Festival Collective Announces February Films

A new month yields new films. The Festival Collective is excited to release its next batch of films presented by XFINITY. The Collective's February expansion includes 9 shorts from 4 different film festivals. Be sure to check out the following films now available to Comcast subscribers across the Southeast: 

See the Dirt by Eric Mauck & Chelsea Hernandez | Indie Grits 

 Documentary about Scott MacMillan, a teen-aged vacuum-cleaner collector from Georgetown, Texas.

Documentary about Scott MacMillan, a teen-aged vacuum-cleaner collector from Georgetown, Texas.

Reporting on the Times: The New York Times and The Holocaust by Emily Harrold | Nashville Film Festival 

 A short documentary that explores why and how The New York Times buried reports of the Holocaust on back pages during WWII.

A short documentary that explores why and how The New York Times buried reports of the Holocaust on back pages during WWII.

Kelly by Nathan Honnold & Alex Zhuravlov | Atlanta Film Festival

 Kelly, a female entrepreneur, gives personal advice and insight into business and beauty.

Kelly, a female entrepreneur, gives personal advice and insight into business and beauty.

The Spectator by Mirco Valenza | Macon Film Festival

 After breaking into an apartment, a thief becomes witness to a series of unsettling events that call for his intervention. 

After breaking into an apartment, a thief becomes witness to a series of unsettling events that call for his intervention. 

LaDonna by Nathan Honnold and Alex Zhuravlov | Atlanta Film Festival

 An elderly couple seeks to make their relationship more adventurous. 

An elderly couple seeks to make their relationship more adventurous. 

Holy God Holy Mighty Holy Immortal Have Mercy Upon Us by Robert Barnett | Macon Film Festival 

 A supernatural thriller about a woman dealing with the void left by her recently deceased father. 

A supernatural thriller about a woman dealing with the void left by her recently deceased father. 

The Girl with the Tuba by Esteban Arguello | Atlanta Film Festival

 A young autistic woman details how playing a tuba in the streets of Atlanta has helped her sharpen her voice as an activist.

A young autistic woman details how playing a tuba in the streets of Atlanta has helped her sharpen her voice as an activist.

Living by Tony Reames | Macon Film Festival

 Leaning on a legacy that gives them unparalleled insight, musical legends Arrested Development challenge the notion that "Hip Hop is Dead" - instead declaring it to be hidden in all of us and giving us the power to keep it alive by simply... LIVING

Leaning on a legacy that gives them unparalleled insight, musical legends Arrested Development challenge the notion that "Hip Hop is Dead" - instead declaring it to be hidden in all of us and giving us the power to keep it alive by simply... LIVING

Ethan and Eli by Katrina Albright | Indie Grits

 Two 17-year old boys break their small town's curfew the night before one of them ships out to Afghanistan. 

Two 17-year old boys break their small town's curfew the night before one of them ships out to Afghanistan.