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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.

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