Chad talks to us about American President and Savannah Smiles. Those are Chad’s two favorite movies. Chad loves how you go through almost every emotion in Savannah Smiles.
Georgia high school students will now be able to take dramatic writing for film, television and theater as an English language arts course.
Deadpool 2 opened last weekend with $300 million, a huge release but not quite as successful as the original Deadpool. Deadpool 2 and Avengers: Infinity War will have stiff competition coming up with the new Star Wars and Jurassic World movies coming out.
This year, the Atlanta Jazz Festival is teaming up with one of the fastest-growing new social media apps called SpokeHub, a platform that allows users to connect and chat in real-time around topics and events.
Lynn talks to us about how the company came about and how they started dipping their feet into the film industry. They are licensed in insurance in most states so they can help clients about anywhere in the country.
Valdosta State University Continuing Education has once again partnered with Black Rocket Productions LLC to help area children between the ages of 8 and 14 launch their creativity this summer.
Bryan talks to us about the company’s main facility in Hampton that includes a 13,000 square foot greenhouse. They also have a large farmhouse that is available for filming and will soon host weddings and events there as well.
Reinforcing Hulu’s position as one of the world’s top 10 direct-to-consumer entertainment brands, the company announced that it has surpassed 20 million U.S. subscribers.
Georgia Entertainment News sits down with Head of Communication, Media & Journalism Dr. Jeff Marker to preview the upcoming Georgia Film Festival hosted by the University of North Georgia from May 18-20.