he MPAA applauds Chairman Orrin Hatch (R-UT) and members of the Senate Finance Committee for their passage of legislation that will fundamentally reform America’s tax code.
Moderated by Bruce Cohen (Producer, Silver Linings Playbook, Rebel in the Rye), the panelists explored the synergies that were created while working on each of their films.
On Monday, Nov. 13, Backstage.com put out a casting call for extras to appear in the series, which was expected to shoot Nov. 20, 21, 29, or Dec. 7 in Atlanta, Ga. Extras are being paid $100 for eight hours of work, plus overtime.
Industry professionals helped GFA create the standardized film curriculum for high school students. GFA will provide professional-grade equipment to Riverwood so Futrell can teach students the curriculum.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year!…for holiday movies, we mean. Come November, your television is full of commercials for box office and small screen films set around Christmas and other winter holidays
In its second week of release Thor: Ragnarok took again first place on the US box office chart with $56.6 million, while second place belonged to newly opened Daddy’s Home 2.
Joseph Cross will make his directorial debut on the indie drama “Summer Night.” “The Spectacular Now” helmer James Ponsoldt will produce the film. It just wrapped in Coweta County.
A film starting Ryan Gosling is scheduled to shoot in Central Georgia next week. According to a permit from the City of Perry the movie, “First Man” will film scenes Nov. 20-21 near the Georgia National Fairgrounds.
“The MPAA looks forward to continued work with Rep. Goodlatte to advance American creativity in the 115th Congress, and we wish him luck in his future endeavors.”