Alex talks to us about the process they use in working with clients in the film and entertainment space.
Rick Strawn is CEO of Paradigm Security Services. Today, he offers an example of why sites must be secure.
Following up on the report of best large cities where Atlanta ranked 2nd, MovieMaker has released its best small cities to live in. #1 is Savannah.
“The film business as we know it is never going back to Los Angeles. It’s a jump ball in terms of what the next big city that could build the industry is going to be,” director Joe Carnahan
Founded in 2011, this year marks the 8th annual awards program for the critics group. GAFCA is made up of 32 film critics from around the state, representing print, television, radio and online media.
In his role as a professor of practice at the Creative Media Industries Institute, James Martin teaches Georgia State University students how to use the latest hardware and software to create 3-D, real-time animation.
Most parties, especially at the beginning of a relationship, rarely think about potential litigation that could happen down the road. This is especially true in the entertainment industry where agreements are mostly handshake or oral.
We sat down with Chris Escobar recently and he explained that they are as “independent as the films they show.” He walks us through the organization and some of the misperceptions people have of what they do.
Sean Powers is director of podcasting at Georgia Public Broadcasting, the statewide NPR and PBS affiliate. He has developed new podcasts over the last few months, but there is one we want to share with you. It’s called “The Credits.”