Before you adults come to see The Witch (in the Serenbe woods on Oct. 30th!!!),...bring the kids on October 28th for Serenbe Film's Daisy Movie Night to see...The Nightmare Before Christmas!
Come (if you dare) to Serenbe Film's Fright Night! See the frightening story about a devout Puritan family in 1630's New England who are haunted by unseen witching "forces" that live in the forest wilderness bordering their home. Learn more.
Join us for our final Daisy Movie Night of 2017 as we show the delightful holiday favorite, "It's A Wonderful Life!" What a great way to start off the Winter Holiday Season!
On Serenbe Film's brand new 40x20-foot outdoor screen, come see StarWars: The Force Awakens. Saturday, July 22nd, 2017 at the Serenbe WildFlower Meadow. Learn more!
Join us Saturday, June 10th at the Blue Eyed Daisy for Film Noir night! Grab dinner anytime after 4 then at 6:30pm watch The Maltese Falcon, described by Variety as "one of the best examples of actionful and suspenseful melodramatic story telling in cinematic form". Learn more.
The Sundance award-winning documentary film is about the tragic experiences of domestic abuse. Tena Clark, curator of the Movies That Matter Series for Serenbe Film, is bringing in the star of the HBO documentary, Private Violence, Kit Gruelle, an advocate who seeks justice for all women, to Serenbe to share how she survived her experiences. This FREE event will be an important evening for anyone who has had these issues in their family or friendships. It will also be a meaningful way to sensitize everyone throughout our Chatt Hills community (and beyond) to the crucial importance of supporting victims of domestic abuse.
Join us Saturday, April 22th at the Blue Eyed Daisy to watch Easter Parade! Come by anytime after 4pm for dinner, then at 6pm, Lee Foster of Serenbe Film will be singing a few Irving Berlin songs (with our Executive Artistic Director Greg "Suds" Sudmeier playing piano) then 6:30pm watch Easter Parade, a quintessential 1948 Great American Songbook musical film!
Join Serenbe Film on Thursday, March 23 at 6:30 pm. Greg Sudmeier, Executive Artistic Director of Serenbe Film will moderate a one-hour panel discussion with the 2017 Atlanta Film Festival Screenplay mentors and winners!
Join us Saturday, March 18th at the Blue Eyed Daisy for dinner at 8, then at 8:30pm for a showing of the beloved Don Knotts' family friendly WW2 tribute, cartoon-live action fantasy movie, The Incredible Mr. Limpet! Learn more.
Come see Charlie Chaplin's seminal Silent Film piece, The Gold Rush! Learn about the film's background, play a movie trivia game (with prize!), and enjoy hotdogs and hamburgers...with SHOESTRING potatoes (in honor of that famous scene where Chaplin eats his shoe) while you end your meal with a cupcake with "gold dust" on top!
Bring your friends and family to kick off the New Year with our new Serenbe Film monthly series, the "Daisy Movie Night"!
At 6pm, come and buy a simple and delicious Daisy dinner, then at 6:30pm we're showing Steven Spielberg's wonderful and heartwarming Sci-Fi fantasy, "ET"!
Come learn a little of the film's background, play a movie trivia game (with prize!), and enjoy some wonderful fellowship and community fun!
The film series is a free-will donation at the door ($5?, $10?, whatever you can...it's all for a great cause!)
Click this link to sign up to make your free-will donation, which will ensure your seats (we only have room for 40-45 people, so sign up early)! Make sure to tell us how many in your party too!
And be sure to brush up on your ET trivia to be ready for the game! Read 20 Fascinating Facts About “E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial”!
Serenbe Film's new Daisy Movie Night monthly film series is loads of fun for all ages! Stay tuned for our complete upcoming 2017 schedule, coming soon to a coffee shop near you!
See you at the movies!
What remains after all is lost?
Kim A. Snyder’s searing Newtown documents a traumatized community fractured by grief and driven toward a sense of purpose.
"I have been privileged to build a coveted trust with many individuals from Newtown, and have been deeply inspired by the strength of their journey from isolation to reconnection and by the mantra that this horrific event not solely define Newtown, but also define a moment for meaningful change in our nation." - Kim A. Snyder
Join us in the Oak Room at the Inn At Serenbe on Wednesday, December 14th for a 7:30pm screening of Newtown.
6:45 - Light Bites and Cash Bar
7:00 - Introduction and Film Screening
8:10 - Panel Discussion
To sign up, click here: http://tinyurl.com/jqdo55b
*OFFICIAL SELECTION – 2016 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL*
*OFFICIAL SELECTION – 2016 SXSW FILM FESTIVAL*
Bring your friends and family to kick off the Holiday Season at the very first of our new Serenbe Film monthly series, the "Daisy Movie Night"!
At 8pm come and buy a simple and delicious Daisy dinner, then at 8:30pm we're showing "A Christmas Story" (You'll shoot your eye out kid!). Come learn a little of the film's background, play a movie trivia game (with prize!), and enjoy some wonderful fellowship and community fun!
Serenbe Film is joining with the Daisy in presenting this new monthly film series that will be loads of fun for all ages.
Sign up HERE to make your free-will donation which will ensure your seats on December 3! Make sure to tell us how many in your party!
Stay tuned for our upcoming 2017 schedule coming soon to a coffee shop near you!
Join us for a celebration of great stories, strong characters, and Japanese culture! We will look behind the scenes of anime, followed by a screening of the anime classic Spirited Away.
Sunday, August 21, 2016
at The Inn at Serenbe
10950 Hutcheson Ferry Road
Chatt Hills, GA 30268
Suggested Donation $10 per Person
Asbury Shorts, New York City’s longest running short film exhibition and touring show, teams once again with Serenbe Film to present “Shorts at Sundown,” an eclectic and entertaining program of award winning short films. The night will consist of classic, world-renowned films with current festival honorees, giving a rare opportunity for audiences to see elite shorts in a theatrical setting.
Budding animators and cartoon lovers came out for a curated program of award-winning cartoon shorts presented by the Atlanta Film Festival. Kids plopped on beanbags and munched popcorn while engaging with a team of professional animators who introduced the basics of animation and answered questions about the medium
Serenbe Film was proud to facilitate a special on-site assembly for 90 students in the fourth and fifth grade with animators from the Atlanta Film Festival to explain animation techniques. During the hands-on demonstration, students were given the chance to draw animation cels themselves, which were compiled into a short cartoon on-site and shown to the class. They also screened a program of curated animated shorts demonstrating different animation styles.
Asbury Shorts, New York City’s longest running short film exhibition and touring show, teamed with Serenbe Film to present “Shorts at Sundown,” an eclectic and entertaining program of award winning short films. The night consisted of classic, world-renowned films with current festival honorees, giving a rare opportunity for audiences to see elite shorts in a theatrical setting.
Serenbe Film partnered with Chatt Hills Music to present this festive event at Cherry Hollow Farm, a charming venue in the Chattahoochee Hills countryside. Participants arrived in the afternoon for mouthwatering barbecue and foot-tapping music by the Shawn Wilcox Band. The event climaxed with a showing of The Winding Stream, an epic documentary about the Carters, the Cashes and the course of country music. Following this screening, audience members dove into a fascinating discussion with director Beth Harrington, an award-winning independent film producer and writer.
This event was sponsored by Twig, a retail shop in Serenbe
To celebrate the Serenbe Playhouse version of Man of LaMancha, Serenbe Film presented the classic documentary LOST IN LAMANCHA, which famously chronicled director Terry Gilliam and Johnny Depp's disastrous attempt to bring Man of LaMancha to the big screen. Serenbe Playhouse performers warmed up the crowd with several songs from the musical prior to the screening.
Serenbe was proud to host the 2015 ATLANTA FILM FESTIVAL with a special outdoor screening of the short film “WINTER LIGHT” directed by Julian Higgins, and the documentary “HOLBROOK/TWAIN” directed by Scott Teems. Both filmmakers along with producers and actors from the films engaged in a Q&A following the screening.
The Serenbe Film's screening of the documentary film Out of Print was followed by a lively discussion with its director, Vivienne Roumani. Out of Print, narrated by Meryl Streep, draws viewers into the revolution now taking place in the publishing world, as more and more books shift from print to digital format. The film answers and asks questions about the publishing industry, public education and American society as we explore the future of ideas and how they are presented to us.
This event was sponsored by Resource and the Serenbe Institute.
Things got downright Spooky as Serenbe Film presented our first-ever Halloween Spook Show featuring the one and only Professor Morte. Kids of all ages experienced the horrible and hilarious history of the Spookshow, including vintage movie clips, magic and fun-filled frights. Professor Morte scared the YELL out of us all!
It was a beautiful night under the stars as hundreds of residents turned out for an old-fashioned drive-in movie screening of The Wizard of Oz. Food trucks, picnicking and pre-show entertainment from The Serenbe Playhouse made it an unforgettable night!