Laurence Fishburne Gets Honored by SCAD

For their ninth-annual SCAD aTVfest, which happens virtually Feb. 4-6, Savannah College of Art and Design is giving a Lifetime Achievement Award to the man you know as “Pops” from Black-ish (but strangely not as Morpheus in the upcoming Matrix 4… WTF).

Atlanta Jewish Film Festival

The AJFF is in its 21st year, and runs through Sunday, February 28 with dozens of great movies you can stream from home, along with an expanded suite of virtual events, conversations and Q&As with filmmakers and talent. See the full lineup of films here.

Local Three’s Coming 2 America Family Meal

Local Three Kitchen & Bar 3290 Northside Pkwy NW, Atlanta

Just in time for the premiere of Coming 2 America, Local Three Kitchen + Bar on the west side of Buckhead is serving both dine-in and carryout versions of a family meal inspired by the Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall classic. The dinner, available for two or four people, will be based on the movie’s…

The Women’s Comedy Film Festival

Roll Call Theatre in Ponce City Market 675 Ponce De Leon Ave NE Suite E186, Atlanta

This two-day event of lady-made movie hilarity will feature live short film screenings, live table reads of short screenplays, industry panels, and networking. Include promo code: "Butter" for a 30% discount on tickets.

Artoon Network Art Show

Joystick Gamebar 427 Edgewood Ave SE, Atlanta

Check out digital, anime, cartoon and video game art while drinking craft cocktails and playing free arcade games.

Cateye Creative’s 100th Day Show

Cat Eye Creative 186 Mitchell St SW, Atlanta

"Cat Eye Creative has curated their largest group show featuring over 50 of the hottest visual artists, photographers, and sculptors from unique, diverse backgrounds to celebrate their 100th day in their new location in the heart of Downtown ATL. Reserve your time slot, enjoy the art, and grab a complimentary beverage provided by Wicked Weed…

Disney On Ice presents Dream Big

Infinite Energy Arena 6400 Sugarloaf Parkway, Duluth

The magical ice show is putting on its first two-week run in Atlanta starting Thursday, April 15, and continuing with 16 performances through the 25th. See favorite Disney characters like Mickey, Minnie and more getting their world-class skate on. Masks are required!

At The Crib Fest

Watch virtually as this 3-part digital concert series kicks off with buzzy new artists performing from venues of their choice. Hosted by Paige Sharí Addison, the lineup includes Lucky Dave, Van Jess, Xavier Omar, Baby Rose, Deante Hitchcock, Asiahn, Moses Mosima and Chrystel.

Atlanta Film Festival

The Plaza Theatre 1049 Ponce De Leon Ave NE, Atlanta

On this 45th year of the largest and longest-running cinema festival in the Southeast, you'll have access to see 230 feature films, 150 pilots and 100 short screenplays in a variety of ways. Watch from home, see movies inside The Plaza Theatre, or even watch from your car at the Plaza Drive-in and Plaza @…

Live at the Rialto

Watch the red carpet preshow and gala program of this 105-year anniversary celebration of Atlanta's famed downtown performance hall. The show will include the best of last season’s performances, special interviews and appearances from artists and friends of the Rialto, silent and live auctions, and fan tributes. Tickets to watch the live stream of the…

“Carterland” World Premiere

The Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum 441 John Lewis Freedom Pkwy NE, Atlanta

The Atlanta Film Festival + Creative Conference (ATLFF) is hosting a socially distanced and in-person world premiere of the documentary film “Carterland,” which reexamines the impact of President Jimmy Carter and why he is "a misunderstood president whose work shaped generations to come." The film will screen at the Carter Presidential Center and will also…

Summer Shorts Film Fest

Fernbank Museum of Natural History 767 Clifton Rd NE, Atlanta

Kick off summer with a week's worth of some of Fernbank’s most popular big-screen movies, including migration of monarch butterflies, prehistoric reptiles and more, with a different line-up every day. Each film is 25 minutes long.