The creative industries in Georgia represent a combined $37 billion in revenue and employ an estimated 200,000 Georgians statewide, making up five percent of employment in the state.
Clarke shares how his firm was founded and expanded over the years to meet the growing demands of Georgia’s entertainment industry needs in the area of law. Clarke offers valuable insights into the importance of legal representation for individuals and businesses in the arts.
Effective on or after January 1, 2017, interim production expenditures qualify for the film tax credit subject to the following two conditions/limitations: (1) the subsequent season is filmed in Georgia and (2) the expenditures can be claimed only in the taxable year in which the subsequent season begins, even if those expenditures were incurred in the prior taxable year.
Students toured the Inside the NBA set, the social media “den”, and visited an editing suite to see a Cartoon Network premiere go from rough cut to tv-ready. Students also heard from a panel of Turner employees who shared their career path.
If this were the only film that I were to see in this year’s Atlanta Jewish Film Festival lineup (and at this point, it is), I would consider the 2017 AJFF a smashing success.
“We are so excited to launch our Camera Ready initiative,” said Hannah Wilcher, Executive Director for Greene County CVB.
No relationship is safe. According to a new study* released today by Netflix, nearly half (46%) of streaming couples around the world have “cheated” on their significant other, but it’s not what you think.
Tom Holland (Spider-Man), Chris Pratt (Star-Lord) and Downey (Iron Man) lead the set footage, which is from day one of shooting last month, with Downey calling it the start of “a year of fun-filled lensing” at Pinewood Atlanta Studios.
Pinewood is proud to learn that Planet Coaster, which Glen Gathard and his award-winning post production sound team worked on last year, has been nominated in the Best Audio for an Indie Game and Best Sound Design