Second installment of our film series welcomes the release of feature film «Your Ride Is Here» by ATL filmmaker Fraser Jones. Accompanied by Fraser's short doc «Serotiny», the screening is an hour long followed by a Q&A with Fraser. Donation admission, proceeds go to the artist.
Indoor if rain.
On the 50th anniversary of MLK's assassination, the organization Lead to Life gathered in Atlanta to transform guns into shovels used to plant trees alongside victims of gun violence.
«Your Ride Is Here»
A jaded Uber driver and his starry-eyed apprentice spend their night chauffeuring strangers around Nashville.
Official selection of Atlanta Film Festival, Nashville Film Festival, Indie Grits Festival, and BendFilm Festival.
Winner of the Big Grit Award for Best Feature Film at Indie Grits Festival.
Fraser Jones is an independent filmmaker hailing from Atlanta. After receiving a B.F.A. in Film from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts in 2016, Fraser soon moved to Sydney, Australia to write a children’s television series for Nickelodeon and continues to direct numerous short documentaries for Capitol Records and various non-profit organizations across America and Europe. Whether creating social justice documentaries or improvised comedic narratives, Fraser uses his strong interest and background in poetry, theater, analog photography, and clowning to create honest, personal films, which aim to deliver light to audiences while still maintaining a strong sense of realism and empathy.