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.
Georgia Production Partnership’s October meeting is going to feature four Georgia professionals working primarily in the fields of VR and AR. And they are bringing along some examples that audience members will be able to participate with at the end of the panel – including a new soon-to-be-released-Christmas-toy.
U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., this week applauded the Senate passage of legislation to reform music licensing law for the 21st century and create a fairer marketplace for songwriters and other content creators.
Out on Film in association with The Robert Mello Studio will present Moisés Kaufman and Members of the Tectonic Theatre Company’s THE LARAMIE PROJECT as a one-night benefit for The Matthew Shepard Foundation on Sunday, September 30, 2018 at 7:00 PM.
Organizers of the ATLARGE Music Film Festival announced the event’s rich and eclectic initial lineup of films and performers. The festival’s venue is primarily on GSU’s campus and was created with an eco-friendly spirit in mind, requiring little to no use of a car.
The Predator took the top spot at the North American market but it came in below industry estimates. Analysts had predicted a debut in the range of $36 to $40 million. It generated $24 million instead, overseas it was good for just above $30 million.
Drew talks to us about how the post-production businesses has been going so far in 2018. For some it is boom or bust, but the industry is generally moving in the right direction and growing as the entertainment industry grows.