In today’s video, Drew Sawyer of Moonshine Post-Production talks about House Bill 199 and how it will impact filming in the state of Georgia.
As President of Visit Savannah, Joe is responsible for the incredible growth in tourism to the historic city. Today he talks about the positive impact that television and movie productions has not only on tourism but the overall economy in the region.
Beth Nelson is head of all things film in Savannah. Today she talks about their work in the region to draw economic activity to the region.
Aprio is one of the largest accounting firms in the Southeast and has a thriving tax business. As a CPA focused on State and Local tax, Jess interacts frequently with executives within the entertainment space exploring strategies related to incentives and credits.
Alan talks about the four areas of focus for his practice as it relates to practicing law in the film and entertainment industry.
Kimberlin discusses how they encourage companies to work with the nonprofit to create opportunities for young up and comers.
Craig Miller talks about how and why it is essential to the state’s entertainment industry to nurture the creation of content right here in Georgia.
Deputy Commissioner of the Georgia Film, Music & Digital Entertainment Office Lee Thomas talks about the growth of the film production workforce, and how through the Governor’s High Demand Career Initiative, the state is working to help provide this important industry with the workers and talent needed for continue growth.
Chad Casey talks about catering his transportation business to Georgia’s entertainment industry.
Matthew owns Matthew Head Productions and does a lot of work right here in Georgia. He is currently the musical producer for Greenleaf – the popular show on the OWN network.