Local Organizations – ATL

The Atlanta entertainment industry is like many other industries, but in many ways the labor issues are unique to the various types of workers in this business: actors, directors, writers, crew members, musicians, and more. There are a number of trade organizations that provide resources, networking opportunities, and job boards that you should spend time checking out.

Local Media & Entertainment Organizations

C4 Atlanta
C4 Atlanta connects arts entrepreneurs to the people, skills and tools they need to build a successful artistic career in metro Atlanta.

Women in Film and Television Atlanta
With a focus on driving the advancement of women in the TV / Film industry, WIFTA provides a dynamic network for facilitating the exchange of ideas.

Alliance of Women Directors - Atlanta
Atlanta Film Society
The  ATLFS aims to unite the Atlanta community by serving artists in creative growth and inspiring audiences through the power of the moving image. Enriching the community through screenings, classes, workshops and other events year-round, the chief operation of ATLFS is the Atlanta Film Festival.

Film Bar Mondays
Bringing the film community together every week to connect, relax, and welcome folks new to the local film scene. It's FREE. Open to everyone. And we never skip a Monday.  Just no headshots or business cards please!
CinemATL
CinemATL Magazine is an online publication dedicated to shining a light on the Atlanta film scene, supporting its filmmakers and creating an outlet for the Atlanta and southeastern film community to get some exposure.

Georgia Film Site
Georgia Film Site is a resource for anyone who wants to get involved in the Georgia film industry with access to networking, training and jobs for TV and movie productions.

Christian Women in Media - Atlanta