Mitch Leff is the co-founder of Georgia Entertainment Public Relations Alliance. He talks about how they work with communities to ‘stand out’ once a production picks the state of Georgia. The key is messaging and branding to the right people.
Mark Wofford is the General Manager of PC&E. The firm recently announced their purchase of the Bolt X, bringing creative possibilities for directors to capture new and unique footage. Mark explains why they made the purchase and other details of the Bolt X.
Charles “Bo” Bowen of The Bowen Law Firm focuses heavily on the entertainment business in Georgia. He discusses the process of starting a new entity and how you can ensure more success by doing things right early.
Jeff Hudson is the owner of The Hudson Financial Group based in Columbus, Georgia. He talks about the amazing film activity in Georgia and how Columbus has benefited from this growth and the film tax credit.
Jill Schaeffer is a Producer at Eclipse Creative. She comes from international TV production companies and now being in Georgia she discusses the amazing growth of their company, local talent and the industry in general.
Shelbia Jackson is the Director of the Dekalb Entertainment Commission. In this video, she speaks about the process they went through to determine a strategy to propel the region forward as it relates to film and entertainment.
Mark Wofford is General Manager of PC&E, an employee owned rental company located in Atlanta. The company serves clients all over the state and works to stay on the cutting edge of technology for their production clients doing TV and movies in the state.
Meghan Bernstein is the Branch Manager of Norcostco, the leading supply house for makeup in the Southeast. She talks about the company and their growth in Georgia. The firm has expanded its product line by 30% and continues to offer more services.
Peter Stathopoulos is a Partner and leads Bennett Thrasher’s State and Local Tax practice. He has been heavily involved with film and entertainment industry. He talks about Georgia’s lead when it comes to films deciding to shoot here and views from other states.
Alan Clark is the Chair of Taylor English’s Entertainment Sports & Media Group. The firm serves as an example of professional firms and companies that benefit directly from the film tax incentives in Georgia. Alan talks about doing business in the state and how they work with clients to reduce litigation risks while serving as a translator of sorts for creatives and entertainment companies.