Kimberlin talks to us about the two ways to get involved with re:imagine/ATL. One of these ways is becoming a mentor and changing lives! Donations are also accepted and welcome.
This video reel provided by Crafty Apes shows how amazing and breathtaking the art of visual effects can be. Included are shots from many great productions they have worked on like La La Land, Hidden Figures, and and Doctor Strange. Even though La La Land was mostly filmed in LA, Crafty Apes was able to do most of the work in Georgia.
Jennifer talks to us about her company, Matchkey Consulting. Her clients include production companies, content providers, and vendors. They are looking to help anyone trying to make it in the film industry.
Lyn talks to about what makes the film industry special in regards to insurance. There are not many insurance companies who specialize in production and film coverage.
Aaron, or Cujo, talks to us about how much of a blessing the film tax credits have been for the film industry in Georgia. He credits them to why Georgia has become the premier location to work in the business of film.
Sumptuous Media sent us this amazing video reel about what goes on behind the scenes in a table top food shoot. This one is for Golden Corral. The camera work and motion control were flawless. http://sumptuousmedia.com/
Charles talks about the explosion of growth the film industry is seeing in Savannah. From the number of productions to the rising number of crews available, this is a special time for Savannah.
Brynn tells us about her company and what they do. Crew 22 is a pipeline for film companies seeking crews in Georgia. It is a much better option than bringing in a crew all the way from New York or LA.
Craig tells us how important it is to have Georgia-based content developers. This includes positions like writers, producers, and directors.