The Opening Night Party (sponsored by Moonshine Post-Production) will be held from 9 PM – 12 AM at Paris on Ponce—open to all Opening Night ticket-holders, as well as FILMMAKER, PRODUCER and ALL-ACCESS badge-holders.
Kong: Skull Island spent 42 days on location in Hawaii, with a significant portion of the production spending benefiting a wide array of in-state businesses and industries. Key expenditures included…
California instated its current tax incentive program in 2015. Beyond awarding $300 million a year in funding to filmmakers, the state offers an extra incentive for films shot outside of Los Angeles County. San Diego—traditionally the tousle-haired stepchild of filming hubs L.A. and San Francisco—has been quietly expanding its appeal to filmmakers.
Governor Nathan Deal, Speaker David Ralston and GDEcD Commissioner Pat Wilson recognized the record-breaking impact that the motion picture and television industry have in Georgia.
As you may know, Film Day at the Capitol is Wednesday, March 15th. Georgia Film News, GPP and others are encouraging attendance. Here is an additional way to show your support of the industry even if you can not attend the event in Atlanta.
The featured screenings and events include Opening and Closing Night Presentations, 18 Marquee and World Premiere screenings, 40 Creative Conference events and 12 unique Special Presentations.