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.
Jeffrey talks to us about the sad case that led to their introduction to working cases in the film industry. Sadly, he says most of these cases are related to serious injuries on sets that could have been prevented with better safety measures.
Drew talks to us about investing in independent films, the fears investors have, and the right way to invest in independent films so those fears are not realized.
Charles talks to us about how Savannah is killing it in the film industry this year despite Georgia’s overall downward slope. Gemini Man brought in major money and three other movies are currently in production.
Craig talks to us about how the growth in Georgia’s film industry due to the tax credits is affecting the state. The boom in the industry not only has resulted in more jobs but also a growth in infrastructure.
Marian talks to us about her journey as a stunt woman and how it led her from California to Georgia. Georgia reignited her career starting with a role in Hunger Games: Catching Fire, which was filmed in Atlanta.
Eric talks about his experience in LA and Georgia with raising capital and dealing with private check-writers. A tidbit he has learned is to make sure the investor desires strongly to be involved in the film industry and the specific project they are funding.
Jim talks to us about the many advantages and benefits Eatonton offers his company and why they moved to there from Tybee Island. One of the huge reasons is the proximity to Atlanta. Another huge benefit is that compared to Atlanta and Savannah, Eatonton boasts plenty of parking spots.