When Rob approached me with an opportunity to provide the insurance, I had to find companies that specialized in the entertainment industry. We now offer all types of insurance coverage for the film industry. We understand we are one of the only agents in the area with this focus and offering.
This latest program in Little Mammoth Media’s award-winning BIG Adventure Series® has just completed principal photography in Atlanta and London, with shooting at two of the world’s busiest airports.
This was my first collaboration with director Tim Sutton—we had never met in person before I arrived on set. Rather, we prepared the shoot through emails: I wrote him many, many times, and he would always reply very precisely. Tim knew exactly the kind of story he wanted to tell, and how he wanted to shoot it, right down to budgeting choices.
MAYNARD, the much-anticipated documentary film, which is being made about the life and times of former Atlanta Mayor Maynard H. Jackson, is turning the power on and moving full-steam ahead into post production.
This legislation resembles Georgia’s successful film and video game incentive not only creating new jobs but also providing a significant boost to Georgia’s economy overall.
Jim discusses the advantages of filming in Georgia beyond tax credits. The locations within the state are unmatched – from the city, the country and the coast.
Many entertainment industry professionals often miss the Section 199 deduction for domestic manufacturing deductions. This is over looked because tax preparers think it applies only to traditional manufacturing. It is specifically for film and music production industries and allows an additional deduction of 9% against their taxes.
The 17th annual Atlanta Jewish Film Festival (AJFF) kicked off with a bang on Tuesday, January 24, 2017. While the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre has been the opening night venue for the last several years, this year’s gala and film presentation brought forth a mixture of AJFF tradition and new elements.
While Georgia’s film industry continues to expand in all directions, it is only natural that we see an increase in the presence of Georgia productions on end-of-the-year lists and in award presentations.
“The idea came from weeks of strategy sessions with the City of Savannah, the Savannah Area Film Office, local service providers, and the unions and guilds.” Bo Bowen.