Alan talks to us about the four major areas in entertainment law he is involved in with Taylor English Duma.
U.S. Senator David Perdue spoke at a special screening of Instant Family, which was filmed entirely in Georgia and stars Actors Mark Wahlberg and Rose Byrne, at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. Viacom and Paramount Pictures invested over $52 million in Georgia while filming Instant Family.
Long connected by their ties to the entertainment and production industries, Atlanta and the LA Basin will have more connections than ever when Delta launches twice-daily service from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport to Hollywood Burbank Airport on July 8, 2019.
Savannah Technical College honors veterans throughout the year with services, scholarships, workshops and grants. One in four STC students is a veteran, active duty service member or a military dependent/spouse.
Craig talks to us about his company’s drastic move from working with Fortune 500 companies to producing and creating their own films and shows.
Kennesaw State will host the 2018 FutureX Live conference, the largest augmented reality, virtual reality and mixed reality conference in the Southeast, on Nov. 16 at the University’s Marietta Campus. KSU is the first university to host the conference.
RJR Props now has the largest Television Studio Camera Collection of it’s type available for Television, Film, Commercials and Still…
More than 300 people attended the DeKalb Entertainment Commission’s second Entertainment Expo on November 3. The event featured resources and information for residents, companies, and professionals seeking to build their presence in the entertainment industry.
Crafty Apes, a full-service visual effects powerhouse, was tapped to produce shots for this year’s most anticipated films. Crafty Apes’ Emmy-nominated work ranges from creating the demonic possession scenes in the second season of “Stranger Things,” to digital matte painting using 2D and 3D techniques to replicate Red Rocks Amphitheatre in “The Front Runner.”
The Atlanta Film Society is pleased to announce the fourth annual ¡CineMás! Film Series taking place this November at the Plaza Theatre. The ¡CineMás! program aims to spotlight cultural and cinematic diversity within the Latin American community. As in previous years, the series includes a film each from Central America, South America and the Caribbean.