The former LA Deputy City Attorney who prosecuted dozens of casting directors in a sweep of bogus actors’ workshops said tonight that industry professionals who violate an oft-ignored law to protect child actors from registered sex offenders could soon be the subjects of a similar undercover operation and prosecution.
A Georgia native is the youngest woman trader at the New York Stock Exchange, and now her story is being told on the big screen.
A partnership between a UGA professor and the creator of the “Sherman’s Lagoon” comic strip has resulted in a new short film series, “The Adventures of Zack and Molly,” which highlights the Gulf of Mexico and the importance of healthy oceans.
Georgia’s momentum as the next capital for film and television continues to reach new peaks as several popular and new production crews transform neighborhoods into scenes from award-winning projects including “Stranger Things,” “The Walking Dead,” “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” and “Avengers,” just to name a few.
‘Instant Family’ is being called one of the top movies to see this Thanksgiving. And while it’s in theaters Friday, it’s already made an impact on the Georgia economy.
Esports have taken hold of Atlanta, at least for the next two days.
Ryan Graveface might be the hardest working man in Savannah’s music scene. As a musician, he writes, records and plays with The Casket Girls, Dreamend and Marshmallow Ghosts.
Stan Lee’s creations have had a great effect on the state of Georgia in recent years with the large number of Marvel comic properties that have been made into motion pictures here.
The year was 2009 when Atlanta body painter and special effects makeup artist Stephanie Anderson watched her career in real estate implode in the midst of the crash of the U.S. economy. That shattered reality became the catalyst for her to explore her artistic talent for painting and sculpture.
Joining the entertainment workforce in Georgia is becoming more accessible for residents.