Don't Be Nice is an Official Selection playing in competition at the 21st Annual SCAD Savannah Film Festival in Savannah, GA. Don’t Be Nice will have its first of two screenings at 9am Tuesday, October 30th, at the Trustees Theater, 216 E Broughton St., Savannah, GA.
The Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) will celebrate the 21st SCAD Savannah Film Festival, an annual acclamation of cinematic excellence, Oct. 27 – Nov. 3. As the largest university-run film festival in the country, it honors both professional and emerging student filmmakers during an eight-day film celebration that welcomes more than 55,000 attendees from around the world each year, including major industry luminaries – directors, writers, filmmakers and actors from the big screen.
A key stop on the Oscar festival circuit, SCAD Savannah Film Festival will screen a total of 164 films, including 33 narrative films, 16 documentary films and 115 shorts, more than any year before. The festival will kick off on Saturday, Oct. 27, with the Opening Night Gala Screening of Roma, directed by Alfonso Cuarón. The actresses from the film Yalitza Aparicio and Marina de Tavira, along with producer Gabriela Rodriguez will be in attendance. The Centerpiece Gala will be If Beale Street Could Talk, written and directed by Barry Jenkins and starring festival honorees Stephan James and KiKi Layne. All three will be in attendance. The festival will close on Saturday, Nov. 3 with the Closing Gala Screening of Green Book, directed by Peter Farrelly and starring Viggo Mortensen and 2016 festival honoree Mahershala Ali.
#DONTBENICE was made possible by the generous vision and support of the Radio Drama Network.