The leaves are changing colors, but the film industry remains the same. Full speed ahead with casting calls, scouting and buzz running rampant in the past few weeks.
Carmike stockholders approved the amended and restated merger agreement with AMC Theatres. David Passman, Carmike Cinemas’ President and Chief Executive Officer, stated, “We are pleased with the outcome of today’s vote.”
“Our organization is privileged to have dedicated members within AFCI that have chosen to share their time, resources and knowledge to help guide the strategic direction of the AFCI,” said Kevin Jennings, AFCI Chairman.
“As far as location diversity, we crush Georgia. Virginia has an amazing palette of locations. It’s America in miniature. It can look like Costa Rica, Vietnam or Paris during the revolution.” Virginia Film Office Director Andy Edmunds
Georgia Film News had the pleasure of going behind the scenes of Georgia’s leading entertainment industry association, Georgia Production Partnership (GPP), and speaking with Atlanta-based Co-Presidents’ Trish Taylor and Clark Cofer.
If you ever wondered how Sean Baker was able to make his film Tangerine look that good on an iPhone 5s, this is the app that did a lot of the leg work.
Cineposium 2016 brought 110 attendees from 22 countries and 25 states to Atlanta, Georgia for the 40th annual conference between September 22-24.
Not only is November’s Eat, Drink, & B-Indie our last #EDBI of 2016—it’s also the day we launch our #30Kin30Days Kickstarter campaign for the 2017 Atlanta Film Festival!
The star of the Savannah Film Festival is the city itself, thanks to stunning historic districts and defining squares, shaded by towering oaks festooned with Spanish moss.
In 2015, five movies were filmed on campus. The most notable, “The Accountant” was released Oct. 14, 2016. Ben Affleck (“Argo”) and Anna Kendrick (“Pitch Perfect”) were filmed at the steps to the Student Center by the Campanile.