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Sunday
22
APR

LAST LIFE IN THE UNIVERSE | Atlanta Film Festival 2018 - PLAZA

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14:15
Atlanta Film Festival
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LAST LIFE IN THE UNIVERSE
Glimpses beyond the veil of time and space.
Narrative, 110 minutes
Sunday, April 15, 2018, 12:00pm ⎯⎯⎯ Plaza Theatre

Arlo Alone | directed by Nicole Dorsey, Canada, 16:28
A futuristic drama that follows a young woman as she comes to terms with her own loneliness in a world where in-person contact has become a rarity.
#Competition, #NewMavericks

Expire (Exhale) | directed by Magali Magistry, France, 13:12
In a world blanketed by toxic fog, one young woman, alone in the world, tries to connect despite the inherent danger in stepping outside.
#NewMavericks

Low Tide | directed by Joseph Sackett, USA, 10:05
A queer supernatural break-up album about a woman who falls in love with an angel.
#PinkPeach

Paleonaut | directed by Eric McEver, China/Japan/USA/Singapore, 15:51
A scientist studying the first human time traveller falls in love with her subject. But if her research succeeds they will become separated by eons of history…

The Emissary | directed by Bryan Tan, USA, 21:17
Liv Laika embarks on a solitary mission to a distant planet in search of her ancestors who fled the earth nearly a century prior.
#Georgia

After Her | directed by Aly Migliori, USA, 14:39
A wayward teenage girl goes missing and her friend is haunted by her disappearance. An atmospheric sci-fi about first love and the lost girl.

Souls of Totality | directed by Richard Raymond, USA, 18:44
A relationship story about the sacrifices we make, the things we don’t say, and love’s seemingly supernatural ability to conquer all.


Celebrating its 42nd year, the Atlanta Film Festival is the region’s preeminent celebration of cinema. The organization offers entertainment, networking, education & professional development year-round. Pre-sale tickets are available online for $10 until 11:59 pm the night before the screening, while same-day tickets are available to purchase for $12 at any venue’s Box Office (excluding Druid Hills Presbyterian Church). Individual ticket holders are seated approximately 15 minutes prior to start time. If you do not arrive by the time Line B is admitted, your seat may be released to patrons waiting in the Standby Line (Line C), who are seated 5 minutes before the screening begins. It is important to arrive early, particularly for more popular screenings. Please allow plenty of time to park and make your way to the venue. TEXT the Atlanta Film Festival Box Office at (470) 296-0170 or email boxoffice@atlantafilmfestival.com.

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