The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival reveals an early look at some of the films to be featured at next year’s 19th annual festival, Wednesday, February 6 through Tuesday, February 26, 2019. With a diverse collection of international and independent films from over 20 countries, attracting nearly 40,000 moviegoers, the festival offers an expansive experience that takes audiences on a journey around the world through film.
The Georgia-lensed feature film The Mule, which premieres in theaters on Friday, Dec. 14th, was responsible for more than $9.7 million in direct spend in Georgia.
Laurie talks to us about helping clients temper expectations in regards to their productions. Not all films will make enough profit to pay for themselves.
Mountainfilm on Tour Savannah is scheduled for January 23-26, 2018, and will screen over thirty films throughout the four-day festival. The mission of Mountainfilm on Tour Savannah is to educate and inspire local audiences to create a better world through the power of film.
Distinguished Armstrong Alumni Award recipient, film producer and owner of Savannah’s legendary Leopold’s Ice Cream, Stratton Leopold (‘64) is no stranger to the bright lights of Hollywood.
Georgia Power and the Atlanta Business Chronicle announced the inaugural Business of Film Rising Star Student Scholarship. The $5,000 scholarship, presented during the 2018 Business of Film event at the Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center, will help a Georgia student pursuing a degree in film-related studies further his or her education.
Erin talks to us about the many issues that arise with being an independent producer.
Kris talks to us about Atlanta and if it will stay a hot spot in the film industry. He also talks about if there are too many stages in town.
Georgia Public Broadcasting and the The Bitter Southerner magazine are joining forces to launch The Bitter Southerner Podcast on Monday, December 10.