Most recently, Ideas United expanded its infrastructure to develop original content, including five television pilots based on the top concepts submitted from nearly 1,000 of its top emerging creators worldwide.
The Atlanta Jewish Film Festival (AJFF) continues its AJFF Selects screening series with Tel Aviv on Fire, a big-hearted satire where a soap opera writer finds himself caught in the crossfire of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Andrew Greenberg, Executive Director of the Georgia Game Developers Association, discusses the many ways they are developing the gaming workforce, including online live-streamed workshops.
“Living and working in Columbus, it’s easy to see the natural beauty and creative culture of our workforce. The Entertainment 100 event provides an outlet to show productions that Columbus is committed to their success in every way.”
Resurrecting momentous events in her personal history—including the physical spaces where they occurred—deftly-introspective British moviemaker Joanna Hogg created The Souvenir, a semi-autobiographical drama which centers around a film student drowning in a detrimental love affair.
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.
Detective Pikachu came very close to unseating the reigning box office champion, but its $58 million opening was just short of the incumbent film’s $63 million third frame take.
While you won’t find its name featured prominently on movie posters alongside well-known castmates that include Diane Keaton, Pam Grier, Jacki Weaver and Rhea Perlman, Del Webb’s Sun City Peachtree served as an unexpected star of the show in the newly released movie, Poms.