New Echota was the capitol of the Cherokee Nation from 1825 until the forced removal of the Cherokees in the 1830s. Abandoned for over 100 years, New Echota now serves as an important landmark and testimony to the rich history of the Cherokee people, including their persecution.
Andrew Greenberg has been executive director of the GGDA since 2012, but he has been a game designer since 1990. Join us for a wide-ranging interview on the state of the industry, his own career, game education, and his upcoming games.
In today’s video, Buzz Law discusses how to give financially to nonprofits and charitable causes. There are smart ways to do this including using appreciated assets.
Erin talks about being back in Georgia and working with independent films like the ones made by Sherwood Baptist Church.
Bo Bowen has his finger on the pulse of Georgia’s film industry and especially in Savannah. He talks about the growth 2017 has seen and the excitement it has created in the region.
Savannah Area Film Office Executive Director Beth Nelson talks about the impact of film locally and on the region as a whole.
Nicole Holt is over Zoe’s Kitchen in most of Georgia. She talks about what fresh means to the company and how that difference is unique.
Decide DeKalb Development Authority President Ray Gilley talks about the economic impact of the film industry in DeKalb.
Bryan is one of the owners of Cinema Greens. They recently launched a retail location in Atlanta to serve decorators that may not be able to physically visit their full spread in Hampton.