On Wednesday night, a capacity crowd gathered at Moonshine Post-Production for the Georgia Entertainment 102 event. It was an evening of networking, but also a time to celebrate Georgia’s dynamic entertainment industry.
The Mall of Georgia is inviting residents to help it celebrate the 10th anniversary of its “Movies Under The Stars” series this summer.
If Matt Hullum, CEO of Austin-based entertainment network Rooster Teeth, and Gray G. Haddock, the head of the company’s animation studio, spend much time battling insecurity about their place in the wider media landscape, they don’t show it.
Georgia high school students will now be able to take dramatic writing for film, television and theater as an English language arts course.
The break room was buzzing at Skillshot Media. The new eSports production company, a subsidiary of video game developer Hi-Rez Studios, is already hosting its second tournament since opening in early May.
For five years now, Southern-Fried Gaming Expo (SFGE) has provided the southeast with an amazing event filled with arcade games and pinball, but as the event has grown, so has the list of things you can do while attending.
Deadpool 2 opened last weekend with $300 million, a huge release but not quite as successful as the original Deadpool. Deadpool 2 and Avengers: Infinity War will have stiff competition coming up with the new Star Wars and Jurassic World movies coming out.
This year, the Atlanta Jazz Festival is teaming up with one of the fastest-growing new social media apps called SpokeHub, a platform that allows users to connect and chat in real-time around topics and events.
Lynn talks to us about how the company came about and how they started dipping their feet into the film industry. They are licensed in insurance in most states so they can help clients about anywhere in the country.
Season 2 of IFC’s “Brockmire” premieres tonight, with the show shifting ballpark locales for ’18. Season 1 saw Luther Williams Field in Macon, Ga., serve as the home for the fictional Morristown (Pa.) Frackers.