Dr. Kris Sharma is a psychiatrist from India practicing in Savannah, Georgia when he meets Madeline, a local artist with a mysterious past. But as their relationship begins to blossom in ... See full summary »
In the midst of a publishing revolution, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, one of America's most storied institutions of journalism, is experimenting with new tools to tell stories in preparation for the end of print in the digital era.
From multi-award winning director James Kicklighter, Final Acts is the story of a revered actress' return to her roots as seen through the lens of an aspiring filmmaker, exploring the tenuous relationship between life and performance.
I had the recent pleasure of seeing this film at a Macon Film Festival Premiere at the Edge in Macon, Georgia. This film will provoke you to look at your personal responsibilities in society as well as deliver a haunting look at the injustices being done to the disadvantaged. It will not leave you when you leave the theater. It forces one to look into his own soul for the bond that exists between humans near or far. The films brings forth feelings of accountability and brings closer the degree of separation that exists between yourself and the oppressed. Director James Kicklighter let the local media know that once this project was completed, he would bring it back to the town of Macon, Georgia where it was filmed. He delivered on that promise. JamesWorks Entertainment will be an asset to any community that would open their doors to them.
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