UGA, Georgia Film Academy collaborate on new off-campus film production course


If you want to know how popular films like “Black Panther,” “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 2” and “Baby Driver” were made in Georgia and whether you could work on the set of the next blockbuster hit, a new off-campus film production course will be offered to help students get hands-on experience in film production.

“I’ve always had a place in my heart for writing, and I think more recently I’ve realized I really enjoy the idea of writing for film [so I can]flex a different creative muscle [with this class],” said journalism major Alex Perrone, who is considering taking the course.

The Entertainment and Media Studies major within the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication has partnered with the Georgia Film Academy to create an opportunity for University of Georgia students to learn about the “nuts and bolts” of film production.

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