03 March, 2013

Around town for the 2013 Macon Film Festival

The Cox Capitol Theatre marquee.

The 8th annual Macon Film Festival wrapped up a couple of weeks ago and while I have a few more reviews to go before I wrap up my coverage, I did manage to snap a few iPhone pics. As always, I need to state that I am no photographer, but I hope my photos give you a good sense of the festival and the town during the four-day event. A lot of great eateries and hangouts get pretty lively with the extra folks in town. Check out my pictures after the jump!

The view from inside Roasted, a nearby coffee shop and lounge.

The mezzanine at the Cox Capitol Theatre, a good workstation.

Jonathan Hickman and Michael Dunaway at Q&A following a
screening of "The Man Who Ate New Orleans."

Robinne Lee at a Q&A following a screening of "Miss Dial."

Inside the Douglass Theatre.

Filmmakers and stars Jon Lindstrom & Jeff Barry at a Q&A following a
screening of "How We Got Away With It."

Yours truly with filmmakers Jon & Brantly Watts following a screening of
"AKA Blondie."

The Cox Capitol Theatre marquee at night.

Molly Reisman, Dean Tardioli, Marcus Sullivan and Adrian Murray at a Q&A
following a screening of "The Suicide Kid."

Looking across 3rd Street at dusk.

I'm glad Maconites will have a chance to see "Holy Motors" and "Amour" on
the big screen at the Douglass Theatre this spring.

The Rookery, home of Georgia's best burger.

I want to die in the arms of this burger.

View from the Douglass Theatre balcony.

Inside the Douglass Theatre.

Douglass Theatre details.

Cherry Street and MLK Boulevard at dusk.


  1. What I wouldn't give for another rookery burger.

  2. Well there are plenty of burger places in Atlanta that, at least, come close to Rookery.