Melissa Sanders is the CEO of Tadpole Communications and part of the Georgia Entertainment PR Alliance. She talks to us about the integration of entertainment and how gaming, music and film collided in Georgia.
Drew Sawyer is CEO of Moonshine Post, a leading post production company based in Atlanta Georgia. Recently he spoke with us about connecting and collaborating with other professionals at events like the Georgia Entertainment 100 events.
The Atlanta Film Festival is honored to announce the Finalists in the 2020 Screenplay Competition. Chosen from just shy of 1,300 submissions, these screenplays represent those moving forward from our feature film, television pilot, and short film categories.
I spend the time in-between projects building my equipment and services company, The Savannah Location Company, developing content as a writer/producer, and working with students in our local schools as a certified special educator.
California leads among the top international competitors when it comes to attracting US-based narrative feature films, according to a new study published today by FilmLA.
The Elisabeth Moss – led thriller, an update of the horror classic based on the original H.G. Wells novel and its 1933 film adaptation, took first place at home but only managed second abroad with its $20 million debut hampered by virus fears in Europe and now Latin America.
A BILL to be entitled an Act to amend Code Section 48-7-40.26 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to the “Georgia Entertainment Industry Investment Act…
The Georgia General Assembly issued Resolutions praising Georgians working in the state’s film and television industry, an honor that marks the release of a new book #WeAreGaFilm.
On December 5, the Atlanta Business Chronicle hosted their annual business of the entertainment industry event, which focused on the current state of the industry in Georgia and offered insights as to what the business and creative communities can expect in 2020 and beyond.
Georgia Southern University will open the fourth season of the Ogeechee International History Film Festival (OIHFF) on Thursday, Feb. 27 on the Statesboro Campus at the Nessmith-Lane Conference Center. The festival concludes on Feb. 29 at the Ogeechee Theater on the Armstrong Campus.