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.
It’s a bittersweet moment as we prepare for the end of an era with the final installment of the Avengers saga, Avengers: Endgame. To celebrate its release, we are taking a look back at the 12 Marvel Cinematic Universe films that have shot with Pinewood Group.
“This is a very exciting time for us,” states Sheena Wiley, producer and host of Georgia Box Office. “Amazon is great fit for GBO as we continue to grow our audience across different platforms.”
On its second week out, Avengers: Endgame has met and surpassed all expectations, easily sailing past Titanic ($2.187 billion) to become the second-highest worldwide grosser with $2.189 billion global. Only Avatar ($2.8 billion), still the top worldwide, stands in its way.
Celebrating its 15th year, MomoCon is among the fastest-growing “all ages” conventions in the country, with more than 110,000 turnstile visitors expected in 2019.
Simon, also the author of the industry bible, Storyboards: Motion In Art, 3rd Edition, got his storyboarding start while working at HBO with OJ Simpson on the hit series 1st and 10.
Governor Brian P. Kemp. “Not only does our state welcome a record number of visitors each year, but travel and tourism creates jobs for 471,000 Georgians. The industry’s continued growth reaffirms that travel matters to every community in Georgia and makes our state a great place to live, work and do business.”
Friend of the entertainment industry and strong advocate of business in Georgia, Representative Josh Bonner talks about the state’s pending opportunities to improve the business environment in the state of Georgia.
Noel Braham (B.A. ’11) continues to find success in the film and television industry, recently taking home two Daytime Emmy nominations for his original short film, “Watchtower.”