Jeffrey Stepakoff from the Georgia Film Academy to speak, Update on the Columbus Film Fund, recent activity and upcoming opportunities in the region.
Atlanta’s competitive gaming scene has grown significantly with the city already playing host to long-running esports events. Because of the city’s thriving game development and tech industries, Atlanta is becoming a major destination for game creators and players alike.
On Wednesday, November 13, 2019, Governor Brian P. Kemp conducted swearing-in ceremonies for eighteen (18) appointees to serve on the Georgia Film, Music, and Digital Entertainment Commission.
The Veterans Day box office roundup in the US saw Roland Emmerich’s Midway lose its opening battle with a meager $17.5 million take in its domestic launch. Lionsgate has distribution rights and reportedly spent $40 million promoting the film but didn’t have a stake in its $100 million budget.
Get a comprehensive overview of the esports ecosystem at the Esports Summit. General attendee tickets include a tour of Skillshot, access to the B2B Mixer, an all-access badge to Esports Summit panels and presentations, and an escorted tour of Hi-Rez Expo at DreamHack Atlanta.
On Saturday, join SCAD for the Writing for Fighting screenwriting workshop as you practice polishing the perfect physical action scene. Then learn how to take the scene from page to screen at the fight choreography demonstration featuring performers from Black Panther, Jurassic Park, and The Avengers.
Start At The Top is a book of inspirational success stories on how Simon quick rose to the top of any career he chose, from skateboards to construction, from training, advertising, and writing to the entertainment industry. Stories include landing his dream job with Spielberg in just 15 minutes, along with the lessons he learned from each one.
Governor Kemp made the historic announcement at the Georgia Cyber Center in Augusta, Georgia. “I am incredibly proud that Georgia has received the No. 1 ranking from Site Selection for the seventh year in a row,” said Governor Kemp. “From day one of my administration, we have been laser-focused on creating opportunities for hardworking Georgians in every corner of the state.”
“This show is like no other in that we never know who is going to show up – and the surprise guests always add to the improvisational quality of jazz music we offer,” said Teddy Adams, world-class jazz trombonist and a founder of Savannah Jazz.
The Rome International Film Festival announces programming details for its 16th season, promising a vast array of independent films that will entertain and inspire filmmakers and film lovers across a broad spectrum of genres.