“Decades of experience in listening to companies and working alongside them to solve challenges that bolster goals for long-term success make Georgia a best bet for business. Proven solutions such as our best-in-class job training program Georgia Quick Start and our GRAD certified sites that support accelerated project timelines speak directly to the most important hurdles many companies face today,” said GDEcD Commissioner Pat Wilson.
Gosier’s upcoming action-thriller Collateral Data will be the first feature film shot on the university’s newest LED volume stage, which launched in September 2022 at SCAD Atlanta’s recently expanded SCAD Digital Media Center.
The credit will be refundable at a discount, so companies will not be able to exchange $1 of credits for $1 in cash. There could also be some limit on the total amount of credits that can be refunded at any one time, though some of the details have yet to be determined.
The Georgia Chamber’s Georgia Screen Entertainment Coalition named its Board of Governors and 2023 officers, which include: Chairman Gannon Murphy, General Manager, Cinelease Studios – Three Ring, Covington — Vice-Chairman Beth Talbert, Vice President, Studio Operations, NBCUniversal at Assembly Studios, Doraville — Treasurer Billy Stoll, Vice President, EUE/Screen Gems Studios Atlanta.
She died 84 years ago when women and people of color weren’t given opportunity and credit as today, but Ma Rainey’s hard work and talent received more recognition.
In summer 2021, when producer Joanna Laurie was planning production of “The Son,” an upcoming drama from Oscar-winning writer and director Florian Zeller, she knew stress levels would be exponentially high for cast and crew.
The sequel scored $1.7 billion worldwide and is smashing records faster than you can say Na’vi. That total so far enabled Avatar 2 to become the biggest international hit in the COVID era and the fifth all-time blockbuster offshore.
In the past decade, Atlanta has earned the moniker Hollywood of the South. The city boasts a population of around 500,000 in Atlanta proper and roughly 6 million in the greater metro area, with a rising number of full-time and part-time residents who are entertainment industry professionals.
The mission of Mountainfilm on Tour Savannah is to educate and inspire local audiences to create a better world through the power of film. Mountainfilm on Tour Savannah is a partner of Telluride-based, Mountainfilm.