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Dragon Con Celebrates Y’allywood

As Georgia continues to grow its entertainment industry, the number of Georgia-made productions featured at Dragon Con, Atlanta’s internationally known pop culture, fantasy, science fiction, and gaming convention, grows right along with it.

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Lights. Camera. Atlanta. Take 2

The global ambitions of Georgia’s emerging filmmakers were front and center at the World Affairs Council of Young Leaders event “Reeling Out Georgia Film to the World” held on Aug. 9 in Buckhead.

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Hollywood loves Savannah

Savannah is riding a Hollywood money-making wave. This year the money spent by entertainment crews in the Hostess City has surfed past what was earned all of 2017.

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Film Review: Georgia-filmed ‘Along Came the Devil’

The budget may be low, but the level of scares and imagination are lower still in “Along Came the Devil,” a feeble indie horror film that sometimes seems like a straight retread and other times feels like a movie aimed specifically at Christian audiences.

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World Box Office: Mission Impossible-Fallout on Track to be Most Successful of Tom Cruise’s Career

Mission Impossible – Fallout had a very auspicious drop: in the US, just 42.8% and a second outing that generated $35 million. It’s a lower drop than any other film of the Mission Impossible franchise, in line with the drops of films such as Black Panther and Wonder Woman. That number tells us that the film could end up being bigger than The Fate of the Furious.

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Review: Arizona (3 stars)

What happens in the space between desperation and impulse? Jonathan Watson’s directorial debut “Arizona” teaches us that absolutely nothing good happens in that space. And worse than nothing good, the thing that’s most likely going happen is murder.

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Georgia’s movie boost fiction?

Time Magazine’s Aug. 6 special issue focuses on the American South. One of the articles is about Georgia’s film production incentives, entitled “How Georgia Became the Hollywood of the South.”

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Final Movies At Newtown Park Screening On Aug. 11

The city of Johns Creek will host its final installment for Movies at Newtown Park on Saturday, Aug. 11. Load up the car with your family and head over to the park to check out “Paddington 2,” the final film in the city’s 2018 series.

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In Georgia Governor’s Race, a Defining Moment for a Southern State for Many Things-including Film Industry

Kemp reiterated his support for state legislation that would replicate a federal law providing legal protection to individuals and businesses who tailor business practices to their religious beliefs. Opponents of the laws, which exist in several neighboring states, argue that they allow discrimination against serving or employing homosexuals and transgender people.

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Atlanta Film Society: Intro to Film Business August 4th

Linda Burns is partnering with the Atlanta Film Society to teach this fascinating class on film business. Students will learn the basics of the business – development to sale, terminology, crew positions, definitions, and hierarchy. They will also get an overview of the film and television industry, including commercials, industrials, and music videos.

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Steven Harrison Joins Red Willow Talent

Steven Harrison comes to Red Willow Talent at the peek of its growth. As the new “Administrative Assistant of Talent” he brings with him a wealth of knowledge that he has gained from his studies at SCAD in Savannah along with his on the job experiences.

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AJFF Presents Encore Screening Of ‘Heading Home’

The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival will celebrate the opening of the new Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center with an encore presentation of “Heading Home: The Tale of Team Israel,” a stirring, family-friendly story of sports, patriotism and personal identity.

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