Tuesday, February 07, 2012

Introducing Georgia Archer


Welcome Georgia Archer and her film, Barbershop Punk, to the Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers! Georgia's first screening is Wednesday, February, 8th at the Madison-Morgan Cultural Center in Madison, Georgia. The film starts at 7 pm, so be there early and get the best seat in the house!



Barbershop Punk will also be screening in the following communities:
Gainesville, GA
Hapeville, GA
Manteo, NC
Orangeburg, NC

More about Georgia Archer: Georgia Archer is a graduate of the American Film Institute Conservatory, where she was awarded both the Women In Film and George & Barbara Bush Foundation fellowships.  As a music video and still photography producer, Georgia worked alongside iconic visual artists including jazz photographer William Claxton.  She produced videos and album artwork ranging from Mariah Carey to White Zombie, with whom she received an MTV Award for Best Hard Rock Video.  Georgia moved into narrative filmmaking with the Sundance award-winning Peter Rabbit And The Crucifix, and Odd Man, featuring John Doe, with an experimental score from Nels Cline.
In approaching Barbershop Punk, Georgia drew upon her background in film, music, dance and photography – lacing the narrative structure by blending dialogue, motion, and visual elements within classic storytelling themes.
Georgia currently resides in Los Angeles with her husband, filmmaker/producer Anthony Dominici, and their dog, Booker. Barbershop Punk is her feature documentary writing and directorial debut.