This is the first time since 1999 that U.S. music revenues grew materially for two years in a row, while gaps in core rights continue to distort the marketplace and deprive recording artists and songwriters of the royalties they deserve.
For the past several years, video game fans around the world have become increasingly enamored with e-sports, the act of watching and playing video games in a competitive setting.
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Matthew talks to us about why he has chosen to stay in the Atlanta area instead of moving on to somewhere like LA or NYC. He thinks that him, and other composers and artists, staying in Atlanta will show that Atlanta is not just a hub for film, but music as well.
Savannah Music Festival, a leading nonprofit performing arts organization, announces two new additions to its Board of Directors. Joining the now 30-member Board are M. Ann Levett, PhD and David C. Johnson, Jr.
12 Lives of Sissy Carlyle is a Georgia-grown film from director Fran Burst-Terranella and writer George Carlos.
The 4th SSU Indie Film Fest submission period is now open for everyone worldwide until March 31, 2018. Filmmakers can submit films to these 5 categories: Music Video, Horror/Sci-fi, Comedy, Documentary and Drama.
The GPP, along with presenting sponsor, the Georgia Film Office, a division of the Georgia Department of Economic Development, will host the first of four regional meetings to showcase the opportunity the film industry brings to all of Georgia.
With a record 7,600 film submissions received for the 2018 festival, the final lineup includes 58 feature length films and 150 short films from 56 countries – making this year’s film festival the most diverse, by number of countries represented, and the largest, by number of films, in Atlanta history.
Atlanta nonprofit re:imagine/ATL just announced their commitment to the future of talented teens through the creation of the re:imagine/ATL Alliance, a coalition of organizations joining together to build a creative economic pipeline that will support Georgia’s budding film and digital media industry.