When it comes to the talent and the locations that draw filmmakers, we’ve got everything it takes to be competitive. But other states, like Georgia, are eating our lunch when it comes to the financial incentives that make a state attractive to the film industry.
Author Randy Davidson
The BigPictureCon is a film and technology conference + Short Film Festival designed for emerging content creators and filmmakers and will be held at the Student Activity Center on Clayton State’s campus Sunday and Monday, April 8-9.
Rick sits down with us to give some background on Paradigm Security. He also discusses how his history in law enforcement helped him. He strives to give his clients great, quality security and to leave them feeling safe and secure.
Coastal Georgians should keep a lookout for Will Smith and acclaimed filmmaker Ang Lee, who have teamed up to film a project called “Gemini Man” in the area. According to Savannah Now, Smith plays a hit-man named Henry who is being hunted by a younger clone of himself. Reportedly, the film has been in development for 20 years. It has requested to film around the Isle of Hope Marina and in Glennville, Ga., next month. It also stars Clive Owen and Mary Elizabeth Winstead. See more at the Atlanta Business Chronicle
Golden Globe winners and prominent nominees saw an immediate boost from their well-deserved prizes, while the last blockbusters of 2017 had a surprising reversal of fortune with their second forays into the new year.
The songs biting lyrics landed Najafi a death sentence (fatwa) from Ayatollah Safi Golpayegani, a Shia cleric in the Iranian city of Qom. In addition, a $100,000 reward was offered to anyone who kills Najafi.
Beth Nelson is head of all things film in Savannah. Today she talks about their work in the region to draw economic activity to the region.
Eight studio and independent features were selected from 92 applications for the $68 million handed out in the latest round of tax incentives that are designed to attract more big-budget movie shoots to California.
The Commissioner met with companies that have made significant investments in the state including the Pinewood Studios Group. Pinewood Studios Group represents Georgia’s rise to the top as a film destination. 320 film and television productions shot in Georgia in the past year.
Barring a last-minute settlement, a jury will decide if the railroad, which operated the train and owned the bridge, should have taken precautions to avert the deadly crash.