When it comes to entertainment, Atlanta is a central hub for the film industry, in large part due to Georgia’s enticing and well-received tax credits for filmmakers.
WMAZ-TV reports production crews are preparing an area of downtown Macon to serve as a backdrop for “Watchmen,” a show based on the acclaimed DC Comics series from 1986.
The program wasn’t set to expire until 2022, and was essentially left out of the conversation surrounding this year’s budget until a two-year extension was quietly added to the final agreement.
In a year where Netflix has continued to grow at an astounding rate, the streaming platform’s biggest leap was its deal to open a U.S. production hub in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
SSU Indie Film Fest will be holding their 5th annual film festival April 16 – 18 on the campus of Savannah State University (SSU) campus and downtown Savannah’s Beach Institute. All events are free and open to the public including the celebration’s anticipated awards finale.
The little tripod that can help you rig up your camera basically anywhere takes aim at vloggers and other mirrorless shooters with its new upgrades.
Director and sophomore student, Devon Solwold, teamed up with Producer and senior, Shayain Lakhani, to produce the winning script that received funding by Coco-Cola and Regal.
In a statement, Gov. Ralph Northam, D, said 10 episodes of the show will feature two young women coming of age in the wake of the zombie apocalypse depicted in “The Walking Dead,” an AMC ratings blockbuster now in its ninth season.
Muscogee County is now home to not one, not two, but three local school teams recognized for their excellence in filmmaking.
Chris Escobar is the Executive Director of the Atlanta Film Society. Today he talks about how to acquire a career in this industry and all the opportunities available.