Curious about what’s happening in the new Springer Film Institute? Gather at the Springer as we open the doors to the Springer Film Institute’s first soundstage, the newly-constructed Studio 7, and meet the director and producer of SFI.
The Georgia Film Academy program at Savannah Tech provides the perfect pathway to a rewarding career in the film industry. The program was designed to be hands-on so our students can “learn by doing”.
Marian talks to us about her journey as a stunt woman and how it led her from California to Georgia. Georgia reignited her career starting with a role in Hunger Games: Catching Fire, which was filmed in Atlanta.
While the Rock considers a 2020 Presidential run, his recent film, Skyscraper, was soundly defeated by the animated film Hotel Transylvania 3. The animated vampires took home $100 million while the gritty former WWE star brought in only $28.8 million.
Eric talks about his experience in LA and Georgia with raising capital and dealing with private check-writers. A tidbit he has learned is to make sure the investor desires strongly to be involved in the film industry and the specific project they are funding.
Jim talks to us about the many advantages and benefits Eatonton offers his company and why they moved to there from Tybee Island. One of the huge reasons is the proximity to Atlanta. Another huge benefit is that compared to Atlanta and Savannah, Eatonton boasts plenty of parking spots.
On August 24th, celebrate the future of Atlanta’s entertainment industry with a delicious dinner, auction, and evening of live entertainment with re:imagine/ATL! The gala is critical to raising the funds needed to offer free and reduced programs throughout Metro Atlanta.
The flashback sequence turned Saint Julian Street, The Olde Pink House and Reynolds square into an Argentinian plaza, while Factors Walk became a South American marketplace. A few shots were also filmed in Forsyth Park.