Passes are On-Sale Now

Passes are discounted now through the end of the 2018!


The All Access VIP Pass gives you the follow advantages:

  • First serve access to all screenings during the festival
  • Access to all panels and announced daily events
  • Access to the Festival Green Room with snacks and drinks where you can meet visiting filmmakers
  • Your own South Georgia Film Festival t-shirt
  • A ticket to the Feb. 28 Georgia Production Partnership (GPP) event featuring the Georgia Film Office
  • And more that we’ve not yet announced!

The All Access VIP Pass is currently available for $75 until Dec. 31 at midnight. Those passes will then go up to $100.


The Film Festival Pass offers you the following:

  • First serve access to all screenings during the festival
  • Access to all panels and announced daily events

The Film Festival Pass is currently $35, but will go up to $40 beginning January 1.


During the festival, you can also purchase Day Passes which allow you access to screenings and panels for $15.
You’ll pick up all passes at the festival beginning Feb. 28.

Students with valid high school and college IDs will be eligible for Students Passes, with access to screenings and panels before 5 pm each day.

To purchase passes – go to

For more information on tickets, events or screenings, contact Festival Director Jason Brown at or 229-219-1298.


The 2019 South Georgia Film Festival again looks to celebrate the art and industry of film across the region. Along with three days of films and panels, we are hosting a celebration of the creative spirit here in Valdosta.

We are proud to have continuing sponsor Georgia Power this year to support the hard work and contribution of film to our community. Along with our host institution, Valdosta State University, their contribution allows us to be able to host a series of educational and informative panels during the festival.

This year, Seed & Spark’s Brandi Nicole Payne will present about crowdfunding and how to develop your brand as a filmmaker. Brandi is an actor, writer and artivist, as well as Crowdfunding Specialist at Seed&Spark, who splits her time between Atlanta and Los Angeles.  As one of three filmmakers chosen for the inaugural Emergence Program (a camera and equipment grant for female filmmakers), Brandi recently made her directorial debut with her short film ALOHA, which was crowdfunded on Seed&Spark and supported by a grant from Grant Larson Productions. Most recently she completed the HBO Access Writing Fellowship and was featured on CW’s Dynasty.  She can next be seen in the indie feature The Mentor.

Producer Tara Ansley will be a judge at this year’s festival. Having worked in reality and episodic television around Atlanta, her first feature film, TRAGEDY GIRLS, experienced a successful festival run before airing on HULU is currently available on BluRay at Best Buy. Her film ST. AGATHA recently finished its festival run, while her next film is about to begin.

Receiving submissions from across the Southeast and the World since April, we are celebrating our Official Early Selections of films that have stood out amongst the early submissions. These films represent the four categories we are featuring in the festival. As we approach our submission deadline, we look forward to announcing many more great films and filmmakers a part of this year’s festival.


Young man discovers the woman he’s been sleeping is married to a notorious crime boss. When he confesses, the two form an unlikely, dangerous friendship.Thriller – 1 hr 30 min
Language, violence, sexual situations.Director/Writer: Paul Osborne
Producers: Jonathan Brown, Joe Pezzula, Leslie Osborne, Robert Hornack, Bill Eikost
Cast: Patrick Day, Alev Aydin, Melora Hardin, Eddie Jemison, Bonnie Root, Marion Kerr, Dawn Brodey


During a sleepover, four space obsessed 9-year-old girls embark on a secret mission in their cardboard rocket. ‘Space Girls’ is a film that celebrates the power of the imagination, the importance of STEM education & girl power.

Narrative – 10 min

Director/Writer/Producer: Carys Watford
Cast: Bella Padden, Anika Selvarajah, Helena Albright, Emily Albright, Sophia Capasso, Laurence Pears, Evan Cregan


A shy boy wizard-in-training is forced into a play date with a witch girl who is unpredictable with her magic. From SCAD student Natasha Cánepa.

Animation – 3 1/2 min

Director/Writer/Animator: Nathasha Cánepa (SCAD)


Everything seems to work out perfectly for Peggy, but her social graces are put to the test when she is surrounded by admiring and covetous parents at a birthday party for her eight-year-old son. From Georgia Filmmaker Justin Miller.

Narrative – 12 min

Director/Writer: Justin Miller (Georgia Tech)
Producer: J Christopher Campbell
Cast: Sarah Blackman, Josh Warren, Jason MacDonald, Muretta Moss, Kristen Shawn, Kurt Yue, Mindy Sparks, Stephanie Campbell, Bonny Breuer


In 1944 one woman is forced to face the harsh realities of war and experience the true meaning of solitude.

High School – 7 1/2 min

Director/Writer: Julia Bhansali
Producers: Julia Bhansali, Maddie Gall
Cast: Maddie Gall, Spencer Mercier


A Colonel returns home from a long mission, but faces the same problems he knew from the military. A golf ball hits him in the head, putting him in an even bigger bureaucratic agency, called Heaven.

Narrative – 14 min

Director/Writer/Producer: Jonas Schubach (Florida State)
Cast: Gordon Ginsberg, Meredith Melville, Charisse Norment, Pamela Williams


As a festival supporting our community, we are proud of the community support we receive from such organizations the City of Valdosta, Fusion Marketing, the Turner Center and the Valdosta Daily Times.

For more information, contact Festival Director, Jason Brown, at or call 229-219-1298.