Film has proven to be a prosperous industry across North Carolina. However, there has been a decline in filming in the state since the release of “Iron Man 3.”
On Wednesday, March 27, Georgia Southern University College of Education (COE) will host a screening of “The School in the Cloud,” a film that explores the potential of self-organized learning.
Major motion pictures like ‘Breakthrough,’ which hits theatres next month, are being shot around Manitoba. That movie in particular, starring Chrissy Metz, Josh Lucas, and Topher Grace, was filmed in Winnipeg, Portage la Prairie, and Selkirk.
The event will also include panels and workshops by GEL and the GGDA, featuring talent and producers from multiple companies and esports organizations in the Atlanta area.
The panel, “The Film Industry” was held on Thursday, Feb. 28 in Whiting Hall, Room 110A, discussing the experiences and ways to prosper in the film industry.
Around three dozen high schools are competing in the state’s inaugural e-sports season that began last month, and more schools may join as athletic officials consider adding a fall season.
Theatergoers around the world lined up en masse to see Captain Marvel and propelled the Brie Larson led action extravaganza to a $455 million global debut.
Award-winning screenwriters, development executives, TV showrunners, literary managers and agents will convene for a three-day event covering the craft and business of the foundational art form that powers the entertainment industry: screenwriting.
“We want to keep our members here so they don’t have to go work in Georgia, but their families are back here. That’s just not working,”
The Warner Bros. remake of ‘The Witches,’ from director Robert Zemeckis, is currently eyeing to begin filming on April 29, in Georgia and Alabama. The United Kingdom will also be a shooting location. The setting of the film is Alabama during the year 1969.