Atlanta

UndergrounD

Film Festival

Sept. 3 - 5, 2020

Babs 
by Celine Held, Logan George / United Kingdom / 12 min.

An estranged son discovers an alarming purchase made by his late father.

Miscreant
by Rocky Ramsey / USA / 11 min

Anderson McCarthy, a young law-school graduate, walks two small town detectives through his life threatening turn of events while visiting his Uncle Billy for the very first time.

So She Might Live
by Patrick Sanchez Smith / USA / 5 min.

A young girl tries to save her mother from a deadly illness.

​​Blue Lines
by Terrell Pinckney  / USA / 10 min.

Twenty first century, Billionaire and owner of the worlds largest high tech security firms, soon finds out that his company is a small part of a Global take over started decades ago.


Empty Chair
by Alison Salazar / USA / 3 min.

A survivor of sex trafficking has a talk with her pimp, her own father, in an empty chair, to help heal from the trauma of years of physical and mental abuse.


Adnyat
by Santosh Sopan Davakhar / India / 15 min.

A touching portrayal of 8 year old boy the protagonist who is unaware of his own religion and god, and he too has set out on a journey to borrow religious customs and traditions to discover himself.





Head Above Water
by Eric Shahinian / USA / 10 min.

A devoted husband is forced to confront his doubts about remaining the caretaker of his wife suffering from Alzheimer's disease.

Buried
by Blake Bynum / USA / 12 min.

Two mob gravediggers, who have completely separate views on morality, enter a forest to bury a body and get paid. Their differences make the task impossible and show just which one of them has the right perspective.