What really goes on behind the scenes of a movie set? That’s what award-winning journalist Meredith Jordan set out to answer in “BELOW THE LINE: Anatomy of a Successful Movie” to be released by Citation Press.
Alex talks to us about the process they use in working with clients in the film and entertainment space.
Rick Strawn is CEO of Paradigm Security Services. Today, he offers an example of why sites must be secure.
The screening of a new documentary profiling a Southwest Georgia town infamous for lynching will help mark Black History Month at Georgia Institute of Technology next month.
For Taylor Vickers the journey from the runway to the production site began in earnest when she joined her husband Dodd Vickers as he worked as a location manager for “Sharp Objects,” the popular 2018 mini-series starring Amy Adams filmed in Barnesville.
Kentucky lawmakers said the incentives could be reviewed again. “We do have to make sure that if we’re using taxpayer money we’re truly getting a return on that investment,” Democratic Senator Morgan McGarvey said.
Following up on the report of best large cities where Atlanta ranked 2nd, MovieMaker has released its best small cities to live in. #1 is Savannah.
Georgia House Speaker David Ralston announced Wednesday he’s starting a legislative effort to further boost the state’s booming film, TV and entertainment industry.
State Labor Commissioner Mark Butler said today that 2018 was another banner year for Georgia with increases in jobs, work force and employed residents.
Laurie talks about their partnerships with brands and filmmakers and how they interact with their clients.