“Our goal is to show both Hollywood and our cousins in Atlanta that Augusta is now beginning to boast the quality of production services and support that will soon rival other thriving filmmaking hubs – we want to be standing shoulder to shoulder with the best.”
With $433.2 million overseas and $100.1 million at home, the Universal Pictures’ official goodbye to their nearly two decade long street racing/action saga clocked the biggest worldwide launch of any film in history.
Poulos and Hoover provide insights into their work as brokers for commercial real estate transactions in the metro Atlanta area and how they are helping film producers and their supporting companies find and lease office space for their Georgia productions.
“There’s something about the south.” At least that’s what Cindy Hogan says. And she should know. She’s one of the principal actors in “The Case for Christ” filmed right here in Georgia.
Cullen provides insights for filmmakers and other artisans who want to produce in Georgia, take advantage of the tax incentives, and learn from the best in Hollywood.
We had done everything we could think of to get the necessary funds together. We had done a crowdfunding campaign, we had asked both of the rich people we knew, we had sold off the rights to our genetic material to various demonic entities.
Over $17.6 million on local rentals and purchases for set decoration, production, and other supplies. Over $2 million on catering, bakery goods and other food items. More than $2.7 million on transportation, including truck and car rentals.
Only five of 30 schools in the University System of Georgia (USG) – and four schools in the Technical College System of Georgia – have partnered with the Georgia Film Academy (GFA) to offer “Introduction to On-Set Film Production.”