Driving anywhere in metro Atlanta, it’s hard to miss the mustard yellow signs with blocky black text affixed to electric poles and street signs. Random words and arrows point toward roads lined with trailers and sets that come down as quickly as they go up.
A new $100 million film and television complex planned in Covington will be an amenity-filled “Google-esque” campus.
Marketers are locking in their plans for Super Bowl LI on Fox from Houston’s NRG Stadium on Feb. 5. Many recent regulars are back, but Doritos is out for the first time in 10 years. Unexpected newcomers are taking slots, and others are planning surprising executions.
IGNITE! fire + ice has been created as a premiere, invitation-only event serving Georgia’s film industry. We believe 2017 is the year that the industry will come together to learn, grow, network and collaborate.
Copy your heroes, get it out of your system. What’s left is what you are the most obsessed with, and becomes part of your own style.
In 1978, Paula Wallace paused her elementary school teaching career to found the Savannah College of Art and Design, selling her Volkswagen Beetle to help cover the costs.
SRQ sat down with Jeanne Corcoran, director of the Sarasota County Film and Entertainment Office, to talk film incentives and why Sarasotans should care.
Full list of nominees for the 89th Academy Awards…
All those key settings in “The Founder” were built or photographed in the state of Georgia, where tax incentives, milder weather and less expensive labor attracted the budget-conscious producers.
The bill would provide a tax break on royalty income paid to musicians – with an eye on keeping Georgia musicians from moving elsewhere to make their music.