Written and directed by award-winning filmmaker Deborah Riley Draper, the film stars Jasmine Guy (“A Different World,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “The Vampire Diaries”) and introduces newcomer Lucca Rodriguez-Pedraza.
“SCAD AnimationFest celebrates the oldest genre of filmmaking. From special screenings to in-depth panels with industry professionals, this year’s programming is sure to delight fans of this celebrated medium. And AnimationFest is much more than a good time.” Paula Wallace
Pinewood will provide sales and marketing support for the Studios in Atlanta for a period of up to 18 months. The Studios will remain branded and operated as a Pinewood facility during this time.
With support of the City of Savannah, Savannah Jazz will continue to be internationally known for producing the Savannah Jazz Festival going on 38 years, bringing acclaimed jazz performances to its highly diverse audiences.
It borrows much of its tone from 2007’s Superbad, whose writers Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg also served as producers through their company Point Grey pictures. It also opened in 13 minor markets, and in the UK, making $2.1 million in these for worldwide earnings of $23.1 million.
What began as a marketing photoshoot quickly transformed into a passionate social commentary highly relevant in the current social climate.
Rise Against Hunger is driven by the vision of a world without hunger. It’s mission is to end hunger in our lifetime by providing food and life-changing aid to the world’s most vulnerable and creating a global commitment to mobilize the necessary resources.
The film industry in Georgia has shallow roots, and recent legislation has Hollywood running back for the hills. Film Impact Georgia and its filmmaker activists have taken up metaphorical arms via film grants and education to keep the burgeoning industry alive, even if Hollywood leaves.
I am very tied to my life’s work and higher calling, so I had to take a moment and realize that this work was a part of my purpose. When I realized that this was bigger than me, that’s when I was ready to do it because there was work to be done.
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has cited Garden Films Productions LLC – based in Culver City, California – for failing to protect employees from hazards while filming a movie. Proposed penalties total $9,472.