Kelsey Moore is the Executive Director of the Georgia Screen Entertainment Coalition. Today she talks about the diverse company types that benefit from entertainment in the state.
Chris Escobar talks about how Georgia can keep more money by encouraging intellectual property development in the state. Chris provides examples of what happens currently and how we can adjust.
Rick Strawn is President and CEO of Paradigm Security Services. The firm works with various industry segments including film, music and gaming companies. Today he talks about providing prices to those interested in seeking reliable security services.
Erin Bethea is owner/producer of Argentum Entertainment. Today she talks to us about the process of walking a great idea from a thought to an actual product for millions to enjoy.
The first Savannah Film Alliance Honors Gala will recognize those that have made a difference in the region as it relates to entertainment. Bo discusses ways companies and organizations can get involved and support this important event. SavannahFilmAlliance.org
Michael Hofstein is the owner of EuroPacific Films. His company produces films all over the world, yet he talks about why Atlanta is home.
Erin Bethea is owner/producer of Argentum Entertainment. Erin is highly accomplished in the industry and since moving back to Georgia with her producing partner, she has dedicated her time to networking and advising others.
Drew Sawyer says content creation is how Moonshine got started. Today he tells us how more original content from already talented people in Georgia will set us onto another level of success for the state.
Alex Brownley is the General Manager, Post Dailies and Rentals at SIM International Atlanta. Today he talks about how Georgia’s growth has created numerous opportunities for people to further their careers in the entertainment industry.
Bo Bowen is the founder of The Bowen Law Group based in Savannah and serving clients all over Georgia. Today he speaks about growing the entertainment business in the region and how 2018 was a break out year but opportunities and challenges remain.