The deal reinforces Hulu’s continued efforts to double down on film programming and will bring new titles to the streaming service later this year.
A portal for casting directors will soon be rolled out, as will an updated version of the popular Production Center. Additionally, White said that online reporting and filing is now available to field staff.
The proposed budget for FY 2017-18 includes a three-year extension, through 2022, of the state’s production incentive program.
“The biggest advantage to making these low-budget films versus the big budget studio films is the creative control I have. I can make these films exactly as I envision them, as long as I stay within the budget and on schedule.”
Savannah attorney talks about the value of the film industry in the state and the creation of the Savannah Film Alliance.
Savannah is the returning champion of our Small Cities and Towns list—not bad for a population of just 145,674!
Georgia Film News sits down with Katherine Albert, Director of the Telluride Mountainfilm on Tour Savannah, to discuss their unique film festival model, and its first tour stop in 2017 in Savannah, Georgia on January 19-21.
SAG-AFTRA and its members worked hard to successfully advocate for the enactment of California’s AB 1687, a law that requires subscription-based entertainment casting databases like IMDbPro and IMDb.com to remove subscribers’ date of birth information upon request.
For years, the jury of public opinion has cast their ballots for the annual AJFF Audience Awards. In addition to the existing Audience Awards for Best Narrative, Best Documentary and Best Short, there will be new Jury Prizes in these same categories.