The president of the board of directors for the festival, Julie Wilkerson, says they chose to finish with that film as a way to transition into Bragg Jam.
The bill grants sound recordings made prior to 1972 federal copyright law protection to ensure royalty payments for legacy artists.
Deal to Add Full Libraries of Popular Programming Including How I Met Your Mother, M*A*S*H, NYPD Blue, Bones, Glee, Burn Notice and more to Hulu.
After four years taking place in Denton, North Carolina, award-winning bluegrass duo Dailey & Vincent are moving their annual Landfest in the Mountains festival to scenic Hiawassee, Georgia this year.
Productions with a budget higher than $100,000 may be allowed to waive fees for hiring off-duty police officers. Productions with a crew of more than 12 people and a budget of more than $30,000 could receive waivers for reservation fees at city parks, community centers and other public spaces.
Visions of a boundless economic boost have led GCFC to push for an $80 million annual incentive. While the current credit has lured its share of movies and television programs, a larger incentive would attract more productions and allow for creation of soundstages, production offices and additional filmmaking infrastructure.
For artists, this can often stem from miscommunication with clients and team members, an ineffective workflow, burn out and more.
A search of Occupational Safety and Health Administration records from 1972, the first year records are electronically available, to the present shows only five film-industry enforcement reports in Georgia.
Eight studio and independent features were selected from 92 applications for the $68 million handed out in the latest round of tax incentives that are designed to attract more big-budget movie shoots to California.