NOTE: Films are selected on a rolling basis. Some titles are so fresh, they won’t be announced until the week of show!
We start our program at 8:00 PM so you have the time to take advantage of Decatur’s pubs, restaurants and eateries.
…AFTER THE FILM:
Engage in a dynamic interactive post-screening discussion with special guests, filmmakers and thought leaders.
Decatur High School
310 N. McDonough St.
Decatur, GA 30030
Ample parking is available in the Decatur Square lot and on McDonough Street.
DecaturDocs takes full advantage of this amazing host venue, showcasing the state-of-the-art performing arts center for live pre-show performances, crystal clear projection and sound, and interactive post-screening discussions.
Subscribe to the entire four-film series at the affordable rate of $10 per show and save 33% off the walk-up price. Or use your four film pass in any combination you like at the door! Four to a single show, two people to two shows, etc.
Walk-ups welcome. Arrive early as seating is limited.
Single show tickets are available for $15 at the door. Cash or credit accepted. Or purchase advance online by clicking on the movie title:
Burn Unit’s Totem at Q&A; Photo: Phuc Dao
A new subscription-based screening series that celebrates the vitality of non-fiction film, DecaturDocs provides a platform for audiences to engage in provocative dialog about meaningful ideas in a creative and interactive film festival atmosphere.
Join the conversation. Photo: Phuc Dao
Saturday, January 22
at 8:00 PM:
An Exclusive Sneak Preview
HEY, BOO: HARPER LEE & TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD
The impact of Harper Lee's novel examined in depth featuring Interviews with (and readings by) luminaries like newsman Tom Brokaw, Ambassador Andrew Young, author James Patterson and media mogul Oprah Winfrey, as well as Mary Badham—the original Scout in the feature film.
In Person: Director and author Mary Murphy who will also be signing copies of her book Atticus and Boo: A Celebration of 50 Years of To Kill A Mockingbird, for sale in the lobby before and after the show. Doors open at 7:00 PM for the book signing.
The screening will be preceded with guests from Decatur High School reading their favorite passages from To Kill a Mockingbird and will be followed by a post-screening Q&A with author and director Mary Murphy.
Visit the film's official Web site here: http://www.marymurphy.net//
“Mary Murphy possesses a passion for Lee...HEY,BOO is required viewing.”
--Jennifer West, Wade On Birmingham