Urban Mediamakers Film Festival
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Norcross Cultural Arts and Community CenterNorcross, GA, United States

New directed by Kim Robinson - Sunbury, OH - Feature Film

Sunday, October 13, 2013, 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Norcross Cultural Arts and Community Center, 10 College Street, Norcross, GA 30071
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Where: Norcross Cultural Arts and Community Center - 10 College Street, Norcross, GA 30071

Located at College and Britt Streets in the College Street Playhouse Building -- in the Ballroom -- across the street from the Lillian Web Park. The building actually looks like a church. Free parking is available in the back of the building. Look for UMFF 2013 signs.


New directed by Kim Robinson - Sunbury, OH

'New' is the prodigal son story of Isaiah as told by Penny who along with her best friends, Nattie, Emmie, and Jess spend their summer working at a Creative Arts Center. Together, they participate in an event called the 'Art in Park' festival, created so children could experience the joy of the arts.

The summer is not without it's challenges though. The girls are attempting to win an internet based regional dance contest. Isaiah, who is Emmie's adopted brother, is being tempted by a top entertainment talent scout to compromise his beliefs and leave his family and the kids who look up to him, for a life of fame and fortune. Thomas is having a hard time convincing his older brother, Jefferson, to help him and his best friend, Jacey, with a secret junk art project. When Nattie's brother, Thad, hears about cheating in the little league, he's faced with the decision to make a stand or do what is best for the kids he coaches.

And we can't forget about Judah! He's Penny's dog and is a big Goldendoodle full of energy... with a very mischievous side.

'New' is full of dancing, art, music, drama, comedy, and more! It is meant to encourage kids and families to go after their God given creativity and to revolutionize the world around them by being all that God has created them to be.

'Every generation needs a revolution' Thomas Jefferson


We use a rating system on all of our films. Children under the age of 13 are not allowed in films rate PG-13 or R. Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Children under 16 are not allowed in workshops. The Youth Screening Series on Saturday is open to all youth.

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