Charles talks to us about the Savannah Film Alliance he started and how he hopes to help and grow the Savannah film industry through it.
Michael talks to us about about some films they are working on including a “Bondesque” film he hopes to start on soon.
Lorielle talks to us about their Pitch It! event they put on back in February and what their goals were for the event. One of their main goals were to bring content creators to Atlanta and they succeeded in that.
Jim talks to us about some exciting projects his company is working on, one of them being a film called God’s Gone Fishing. One of the people co-producing worked on many films including Animal House.
Erica talks to us about how clients are changing and wanting more involvement in their security. She discusses with us how she and her company are meeting those needs and the ways in which they provide the security their clients desire.
Drew talks to us about how the post-production businesses has been going so far in 2018. For some it is boom or bust, but the industry is generally moving in the right direction and growing as the entertainment industry grows.
Carrie talks to us about some special custom and group tours the company provides. These tours can be great tools to help give attention to Georgia’s film industry.
Jennifer talks to us about the services her firm provides and how they help clients. She also goes over some ways you can attract investors,
Kimberlin shares with us her three favorite movies. Two childhood favorites: Parent Trap and Matilda, and one other: The Devil Wears Prada.