Marian talks to us about how Savannah and Atlanta are different when working in the film industry. She also talks about her upcoming show she worked on called “Living the Dream” and how she used that opportunity to hire locally for stunts.
We are about a week or so away from Disney unveiling the names of top 21st Century Fox executives who would be joining the company following the acquisition of key Fox assets; an announcement of the company’s post-acquisition structure expected may be coming on Oct.1.
AMC Theatres announced that AMC Stubs A-List, the VIP tier of the Company’s AMC Stubs loyalty program, is expanding A-List’s flexibility and convenience by also allowing members to obtain their ticket through AMC’s ticketing partners, Fandango and Atom Tickets.
From ATL Jewish Film Fest: The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival, in partnership with Emory University, is proud to present its second edition of AJFF On Campus, a mini-festival for students, faculty, and staff, as well as the general public.
Warner Brothers studio has been granted state and local approval to film a movie scene on St. Simons Island’s East Beach on Tuesday and Wednesday.
With a full slate of completely free films and food and drink from The National, Ciné hopes to celebrate art film with the community that helped buy its building.
The Cherokee County Adult Detention Center was the site of filming this week for a new Netflix film starring comedian Marlon Wayans.
Gov. Nathan Deal announced that Georgia has been named the No. 1 state for business for the fifth year in a row by Area Development, a leading corporate site selection and facility planning publication.
As Georgia’s booming film industry continues to break records; Georgia Production Partnership announces the South Georgia Regional Meeting, to showcase the opportunity the film industry brings to all of Georgia.
Georgians who watched the 70th Emmy Awards might have been a little disappointed in the outcome.