ATL Film Watch: August 27th–September 2nd

Here’s what’s happening in Atlanta film this week:

Monday, August 27Sunday, September 2: Cinefest is screening Prometheus (2012) four times daily. Details here.

Tuesday, August 28: As they do every month, the Plaza Theatre once again screens cult sensation, The Room (2003). Details here.

Wednesday, August 29: Emory Cinematheque presents Hugo (2011) as the first film of their fall series, Movie Magic: Special and Visual Effects from 1896 to Now. Details here.

Thursday, August 30: Cinefest kicks off its Italian Film Series with Notte Prima Degli Esami (2006), a film about the trials and tribulations of good-looking Italian high-schoolers in the 1980s. Details here.

Thursday, August 30: A big night for Cinefest, they’re also showing the Lady Terminator (1989) about “the spirit of an ancient evil queen that possesses the body of a young anthropological student, who then goes on a murderous rampage.” Details here.

Friday, August 31Sunday, September 2: The Plaza Theatre begins its month of Stanley Kubrick with The Killing (1956). Details here.

Friday, August 31Monday, September 3: Dragon Con Independent Film Festival will be running all weekend in conjunction with the weekend’s other Dragon Con events. Details here.

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