The free Roku channel, PeachFlicks, features shorts, documentaries and series all connected to Georgia in some way. Local filmmakers are delighted to have their content featured and excited to have viewers from around the world.
“The cost of living, quality of life, and Georgia Film Tax Credits were a huge draw for us to uproot our family and move to Atlanta to open a production company. We can tap into the tax credits on so many different levels. We are totally excited about that. And, we’re staying positive and optimistic that they will stay in place.”
“This report highlights the processes, methods & procedures, and what focus global film commissions have in place in their respective markets in servicing the production industry,” said AFCI Executive Director, Kevin Clark.
The 100 Hour Film Race is an international competition that challenges filmmakers around the world to create shorts – 8 minutes in length – in 100 Hour time.
With 38 states now offering a wide array of different tax incentive programs for film and television productions, it is prudent to look closely at the programs that are working, and examine the numbers to gage the real economic impact and benefits.
When you’re in the waiting room, don’t take any phone calls. When the assistant offers you a drink, always ask for water. Coffee is more work for them and can end up spilled.
Georgia Film News recently spoke with Partner-in-Charge of State and Local Tax (SALT) Services, Jeff Glickman, J.D., LL.M., and Senior Tax Manager, Tina Chunn, of Atlanta CPAs Habif Arogeti and Wynne LLP (HA&W), one of the largest and most prominent certified public accounting and business advisory firms in the Southeast since 1952.
The man says he needs to use the bathroom. He’s nicely dressed, but there’s something odd about him. Despite her better judgment, the woman lets the man into her house.
The Atlanta Film Society is excited to present the first edition of BRAND CAMP: an afternoon of branding instruction relevant to project presentation and personal pitching. To break down the importance of this two-part workshop, AFS sat down with Christine Walker and Kathy Berardi.
Like each state tax system, each state incentive program varies in structure based on qualifying expenditures within the state that are used directly in a qualified production activity as well as transportation, housing, equipment rentals, lighting, sound scores and even wages for local talent.