During the recent two-week Foundation Camp, 13- and 14-year-old participants got to try their hand at filmmaking under Rome International Film Festival Director Seth Ingram on the Georgia Highlands College campus.
The Suicide Squad should set up shop there sometime in September. It might be a contractual matter, but Gunn is obviously not going the way of his Hollywood compatriots, including ones also with Marvel.
When I see other millennials creating thought-provoking media and harvesting conversations around identity, I think that it could go in so many different ways. One thing I would encourage is to really just pay attention, not only to the creative side, but to the business side as well.
Skillshot Media announced Esports Summit 2019, a business-focused esports conference that will take place at the Georgia World Congress Center November 14 – 15, in the days leading up to the international gaming festival Dreamhack Atlanta 2019.
Crowd estimates at the festival in Byron range from 150,000 to 600,000 people. There were limited bathrooms, no showers, and it was hot. Temperatures surpassed 100 degrees. “My friend came from McRae with a truck full of watermelons and he made a killing,” Russell said.
The filming began Monday morning and will continue through Wednesday. The show will be shooting at 25 Technology Parkway and on Governors Lake Parkway.
Michael Hofstein is the owner of EuroPacific Films. His company produces films all over the world, yet he talks about why Atlanta is home.
In his new role, Bensussen will help enhance member service and organizational efficiency by overseeing key initiatives and helping teams work together for maximum effectiveness, in collaboration with SAG-AFTRA’s executive leadership and senior management teams. He will also serve as senior counsel for specialized matters.
Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that participants in the New York State Film Production and Post-Production Tax Credit Programs will see a “small reduction” in their tax credit, with the extra money going to a fund for job training and workforce development in the entertainment industry.
Stephanie Ryan-Showell, president of Pleasantville-based Weist-Barron-Ryan Casting, hinted at more blockbuster projects coming to Atlantic City, saying at least two other films with $200 million-plus budgets are considering the area.