Kelsey Moore is Executive Director of Georgia Screen Entertainment Coalition. She talks about the mission and focus of the coalition.
Since pre-sale loans are secured by fixed payments owed under existing contracts, the lenders tend to be banks and the pricing tends to be relatively modest, typically requiring an up-front fee equal to 2% of the amount of the loan and interest at two points over LIBOR.
Esports is becoming an economic driver for Atlanta, making 2019 a pivotal year for gamers with the growth of even more esports programs.
The Atlanta Film Festival is proud to announce the semifinalists in the 2019 Screenplay Competition. Chosen from over 1,200 submissions, these screenplays represent those moving forward from our feature film, television pilot, and short film categories.
Chairman of the House Rules Committee and State Rep. Jay Powell (R) says that there is an inequality between old and new technologies, and while customers have to pay products on physical goods, they have escaped having to pay any additional taxes on digital purchases and subscriptions.
February is never a big box office month and this Valentine’s Day weekend saw another slow frame with newcomer Alita: Battle Angel taking first place on a modest $27.8 million.
You might not recognize it from the outside looking in, but this home has served as the set for “South Beach” and other film projects.
Rockmart is looking to take a shot at gaining attention on the silver screen as well, and now have a film ordinance they can point to when blockbuster stars or smaller productions want to use the local area as a setting for their next hit.
In 2015, the state instituted a grant program that initially started out with just $10 million in funding. Through multiple revisions, that program is now allotted $30 million annually with no sunset date.
The late concert promoter Alex Cooley organized the first Atlanta International Pop Festival in July 1969, a month before Woodstock, and bits of that concert are seen in the film. However, the documentaries’ main focus is the second festival, held over the Fourth of July weekend in 1970, in burning 100-degree heat.