Atlanta Horror Film Festival is held during the annual Atlanta Film Series, a five-part showcase of independent film packed with five unique film festivals designed to spotlight every genre of cinema imaginable.

The scorching summer months bring Atlanta's Summer Film Series. Celebrate a collection of music related films at the Music in Cinema (MIC) Film Festival in June. In July, the best shorts in the world are presented at the Atlanta Shortsfest, and the top independent features and shorts are showcased at the Atlanta Underground Film Festival.

Atlanta's Fall Film Series, held September and October, is a showcase of unforgettable documentary films during the Atlanta Docufest, and a terrifying celebration of the best horror films from across the globe at Atlanta Horror Film Festival.

All 2018 Atlanta Film Series events are held at The Synchronicity Theatre, a 140-seat theater right in the heart of the Midtown/Uptown neighborhood, on Peachtree St. in the Peachtree Pointe building. With a great restaurant next door, hotels nearby and safe, easy parking, Synchronicity Theatre is the new hub for intimate in-town entertainment.


We offer validation tickets for $5 parking in the Peachtree Pointe deck ($12 without validation). The parking deck is behind the building. Parking is $5 per car with validation ticket (available at the box office).

Limited metered street parking is also available (free after 7pm Mon-Sat and all day Sundays & holidays).

Synchronicity Theatre

1545 Peachtree St. NE
#102
Atlanta, Georgia
30309

Atlanta

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Film Festival

July 19 - 21, 2018

The 15th Annual Atlanta Underground Film Festival is held August 19 - 21, 2018 at theSynchronicity Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia as part of the Atlanta Film Series.


Since 2004, the Atlanta Underground Film Festival (AUFF) has served as a forum where independent filmmakers thrive outside the mainstream arena. 

The AUFF exposes and promotes creative artists who work outside the system to create DIY, grass-roots movies that break the boundaries of film and video. Through the festival, these talented independent filmmakers now have a voice in a market typically saturated with commercial entertainment designed to satisfy the audience's expectations.

Much more than the traditional stuffy film festival, Atlanta Underground Film Festival is a non-stop party celebrating short and feature films in a down-to-earth, welcoming setting where filmmakers and fans are encouraged to connect and collaborate. 

After all these years, we are so proud to have showcased thousands and thousands of talented film and video artists of every experience level.


AUFF is celebrating 15 years in 2018, and the festival will celebrate by showcasing an incredible selection of some of the best features and shorts from across the globe. Join us for this incredible celebration of independent artists!​​