Lawrence gives us some information on his firm and it’s beginnings. He also goes over why he chose Atlanta to do business in over LA. He explains how the tax incentives played a big part in that.
Matthew talks to us about why he has chosen to stay in the Atlanta area instead of moving on to somewhere like LA or NYC. He thinks that him, and other composers and artists, staying in Atlanta will show that Atlanta is not just a hub for film, but music as well.
This video reel by Craig Miller Productions shows some of the recent projects they have been working on. They are working on things in areas ranging from agriculture to tourism.
David talks to us about an interesting trend he is seeing in the film industry. He has noticed that many still photographers are getting into video work. He also goes into the huge boost in digital media deliverables and how they have become coveted in the industry.
Drew talks to us about his favorite movie! His choice is the the classic horror movie, “The Thing.”
Erin sits down with us and talks about how Argentum gets films created. They have a very specific process that begins with finding the perfect script. All films start with the perfect story. They also always have investors in mind and try to create security for them while creating a movie that will be successful.
Savannah Area Film Office Beth Nelson discusses the importance of developing a workforce for film and how that workforce impacts the ability to recruit films to choose Savannah.
Festival Director of the South Georgia Film Festival Jason Brown discusses the local impact of filming and upcoming South Georgia Film Festival.
Charlotte talks to us about the Black List Happy Hour. The Black List Happy Hour is a social network for…
Jeff informs us on the main purpose of tax incentives. They are used to basically incentivize behavior within the state. …