Premiere and Only Public Show to Attract Atlanta Indie Film, Hip-Hop and Cultural Tastemakers

Online PR News – 20-January-2018 – Atlanta, Georgia – Award-winning filmmaker Will Feagins, Jr. will premier his sixth documentary, The Possibility of Her, on Thursday, January 25, 2018 at the Landmark's Midtown Art Theater. This singularly scheduled public screening begins at 7pm. After the screening a short Q&A will be held where audience members and media will be able to speak with the director and subjects from the movie.
The first feature-length project (runtime: 86 mins) from wfjrFILMS, The Possibility of Her documents the professional and personal lives of 12 women of color actively involved in non-traditional careers or passions. The film explores the calling and drive of each woman having accepted the challenges of her professional role while being viewed as an outcast in gender-biased environments. The documentary also addresses some myths and misconceptions about women thriving in their respective arenas. "The Possibility of Her" has already been accepted as an Official Selection for the 2018 Houston Black Film Festival and 2018 MECCAcon International Film Festival!

About his first feature Feagins adds, “ I view all of my documentaries as vehicles to start and/or continue conversations about the topics covered in the films. Ideally this would lead to an increase in our understanding, acceptance and tolerance for others.”

For more information on this and other wfjrFILMS projects, visit For tickets, visit
WHAT: World Premiere screening of first feature-length film “The Possibility of Her”
WHEN: Thursday, January 25, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.
WHERE: Landmark’s Midtown Art Theater
931 Monroe Drive Northeast, Suite C-212, Atlanta, GA 30308
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About WFJR Films: Although William Feagins Jr. produced, directed, filmed and edited his first documentary in 2006 ("The Art of Life") it wasn't until 2012 after the release of his award-winning film short "Underexposed: Indie Hip-Hop in Atlanta" that he founded wfjrFILMS. Since then the filmmaker has worked outside of the traditional film industry to bring stories of the reigning underdog to the forefront with blunt and humanizing topics such as the ever-changing music industry, families in hip-hop, being a Black Woman in today's society, and dispelling cultural mythos. Filming short films, music videos and web content for thought-leaders or for personal interest, wfjrFILMS has become a one to watch in the independent film scene. See what Indiewire has to say. (