Mark Wofford is General Manager of PC&E, an employee owned rental company located in Atlanta. The company serves clients all over the state and works to stay on the cutting edge of technology for their production clients doing TV and movies in the state.
Meghan Bernstein is the Branch Manager of Norcostco, the leading supply house for makeup in the Southeast. She talks about the company and their growth in Georgia. The firm has expanded its product line by 30% and continues to offer more services.
The Georgia film tax credit has worked as intended and built an industry that spends nearly $3 billion per year in the state and employs tens of thousands of Georgians in high-paying jobs, the Georgia Screen Entertainment Coalition said today in response to the state of Georgia’s audit.
“Parasite” was the big winner, taking home four awards including Best Picture, Best Director for Bong Joon-ho, Best Original Screenplay and Best Foreign Language Film. “1917” recieved three awards—Best Cinematography, Best Production Design and Best Original Score.
Peter Stathopoulos is a Partner and leads Bennett Thrasher’s State and Local Tax practice. He has been heavily involved with film and entertainment industry. He talks about Georgia’s lead when it comes to films deciding to shoot here and views from other states.
The Avid Media Composer UserCertification course will equip students with a unique skill set and knowledge of industry standard digital imaging, editorial process and story forging on both motion picture and episodic nonlinear productions.
The Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD) welcomed the interest by the Department of Audits and Accounts (DOAA) in improving administration of the state’s film tax credit program.
Alan Clark is the Chair of Taylor English’s Entertainment Sports & Media Group. The firm serves as an example of professional firms and companies that benefit directly from the film tax incentives in Georgia. Alan talks about doing business in the state and how they work with clients to reduce litigation risks while serving as a translator of sorts for creatives and entertainment companies.
The Georgia Film Critics Association (GAFCA) has announced their slate of nominees for the 2019 GAFCA Awards. Founded in 2011, this year marks the 9th annual awards program for the critics group. GAFCA is made up of 38 film critics from around the state, representing print, television, radio and online media.
With its move to Hall B of the Georgia World Congress Center, MomoCon nearly doubles its available space from 2019. That means more gaming, panels, events, activities, and meeting room seating.