Carlson often finds work in Georgia’s booming film industry as an expert and has more than 200 credits for her dialect and text coaching in theater, television, movies, and audiobook productions.
The three-day event will host speakers, panel discussions, demos, workshops and elite networking experiences with leading financiers from around the country. It will focus on financial topics and trends in the entertainment industry. Industry leaders will address investment, financing and growth strategies.
The event is open to children ages 10 – 14. Students will be introduced to media literacy concepts. Afterwards, students will work together on production teams and produce a Public Service Announcement (PSA) promoting reading and the library.
Drew Sawyer owns Moonshine Post. He is right in the middle of what’s happening with productions in Georgia. Today he talks about trends he sees in the state including a better workforce and relocation to Georgia.
The Atlanta Film Festival is proud to announce the winners of the 2019 Atlanta Film Festival Screenplay Competition. Chosen from over 1,200 submissions, these screenplays represent those who will receive mentorship opportunities to help hone their screenplays and plan the next steps in their careers.
A new production studio, Blackhouse Studios, located in East Point, Georgia is slated to open this summer. The building, which was purchased in November 2018 by the first African-American owned crowdfund, the Tulsa Real Estate Fund (TREF), is currently undergoing renovations.
The panel, “The Film Industry” was held on Thursday, Feb. 28 in Whiting Hall, Room 110A, discussing the experiences and ways to prosper in the film industry.
Theatergoers around the world lined up en masse to see Captain Marvel and propelled the Brie Larson led action extravaganza to a $455 million global debut.
Award-winning screenwriters, development executives, TV showrunners, literary managers and agents will convene for a three-day event covering the craft and business of the foundational art form that powers the entertainment industry: screenwriting.
Georgia Tourism, a division of the Georgia Department of Economic Development(GDEcD), announced that it has awarded more than $64,000 in tourism product development grants to 14 new and expanding projects across the state.