Tyra Banks is in Atlanta now shooting a sequel to her 2000 film “Life Size” where she plays a Barbie-like doll who comes to life.
The 70th-anniversary celebration of “Murder in Coweta County” began Tuesday night with a screening of the film and short interview with the movie’s producer, Dick Atkins.
Throughout the United States, more and more universities are offering funded varsity esports programs.
Curious about what’s happening in the new Springer Film Institute? Gather at the Springer as we open the doors to the Springer Film Institute’s first soundstage, the newly-constructed Studio 7, and meet the director and producer of SFI.
Valdosta State University students are working with the South Georgia Regional Library System to create a feature film set at the new Willis L. Miller Library, which will hold its grand opening at 10 a.m. on Saturday, July 28, at 2906 Julia Drive.
When New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy on July 3 signed film and TV tax credit legislation that would allocate up to $85 million per year over the next five years to projects in the state, he pledged that the move would allow the state to “regain a competitive footing.”
The Georgia Film Academy program at Savannah Tech provides the perfect pathway to a rewarding career in the film industry. The program was designed to be hands-on so our students can “learn by doing”.
Marian talks to us about her journey as a stunt woman and how it led her from California to Georgia. Georgia reignited her career starting with a role in Hunger Games: Catching Fire, which was filmed in Atlanta.
At the 70th Annual Primetime Emmy Award nominations ceremony, the Television Academy announced that Hulu and its content creators received a total of 27 Emmy Award nominations.