Drew talks about the success and growth Moonshine is experiencing so far this year. The influx of local and senior talent is a big part of that. Another is the addition of more audio, edit, and color suites.
Lorielle talks to us about WIFTA and all the great things they do to empower women in the film and TV industry. They are the 3rd largest Women in Film organization behind LA and New York. They offer content, provide workshops and programs, host mixers, and encourage women to network.
“Chief Movie Buff” Carrie Burns talks about how she started out 6 years ago just giving tours to friends for large events and mostly Walking Dead events. After a while this hobby bloomed into a successful business!
Jeff talks to us about his firm’s involvement in movie set injury cases. One aspect of these cases he has noticed is that most of the time a culture of safety has not be created by those in charge.
Drew talks to us about how the abundance of resources in Georgia makes it an attractive choice for independent film-makers. He is a great example of this, moving his company from LA to Atlanta.
Aaron is old school when it comes to movies. When asked, most of his choices for his favorite movie are John Wayne films. He truly is an old soul in that department!
Chad talks to us about American President and Savannah Smiles. Those are Chad’s two favorite movies. Chad loves how you go through almost every emotion in Savannah Smiles.
Lynn talks to us about how the company came about and how they started dipping their feet into the film industry. They are licensed in insurance in most states so they can help clients about anywhere in the country.
Bryan talks to us about the company’s main facility in Hampton that includes a 13,000 square foot greenhouse. They also have a large farmhouse that is available for filming and will soon host weddings and events there as well.