Alan talks to us about the four major areas in entertainment law he is involved in with Taylor English Duma.
Craig talks to us about his company’s drastic move from working with Fortune 500 companies to producing and creating their own films and shows.
Jennifer talks to us about her firm’s “Feet on the Street” services. Basically, her firm will do most of the leg work for those wanting to get in on Georgia’s booming film industry and do not live in the state.
Rick talks to us about how they recruit their officers and the struggle it can be at times. All officers go through training and are subjected to multiple background checks.
Chris talks to us about how his background in film helps him satisfy the needs of clients in that area and set him apart from average insurance agents.
Drew talks to us about an aspect of independent filmmaking that is often misunderstood: the high-risk value.
Charles talks to us about the Savannah Film Alliance he started and how he hopes to help and grow the Savannah film industry through it.
Michael talks to us about about some films they are working on including a “Bondesque” film he hopes to start on soon.
Lorielle talks to us about their Pitch It! event they put on back in February and what their goals were for the event. One of their main goals were to bring content creators to Atlanta and they succeeded in that.