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Where Do Georgia Music Festivals Go From Here?

Attorney Matthew Wilson of Arnall Golden Gregory LLP is among those who say the issue of whether promoters can continue to use public property to host live events after the 2019 gun ruling is real and could lead to a significant economic hit for the state.

Film festival rolls out red carpet in Albany

“We had a whole session last night about learning how to love people. Whether you’re just loving your crew, as you’re taking good care of them on a set and loving the audience that is sitting in the seats that you want to bless their lives with the art that you’re producing,” said Kendrick.

Tourism: Georgia’s Share of Domestic Travel in 2021

Presented by Explore Georgia, the tourism division of the Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD), the three-day conference is the premier annual event for the state’s travel and hospitality industry. This year’s conference drew more than 400 tourism industry professionals from across the state.

World Box Office: Bullet Train Top Speed

With $662 million in domestic ticket sales, the Top Gun sequel looks like it will also dethrone Avengers: Infinity War, which earned $678 million, and become the sixth highest grossing movie of all time in the United States and Canada.

Lights, Camera, Action: Workhorse Films Comes to South Georgia

For the past three weeks, production has set up shop in Tifton for filming of “The Holiday Dating Guide,” a film that Fitzgerald actor and producer Alexander Kane describes as the “Hitch” meets “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days” of Christmas films, bringing in the whole “Christmas in July” spirit.

PAM Studios Hires New CFO

Atlanta-based PAM (Playa Azul Media) Studios, LLC and Rome PAM Studios, the first Latina-owned production company in Georgia, is excited to announce PAM Studios has hired Martha Parker as its new CFO.

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