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.
After a small stumble with Dumbo earlier this month, the empire has struck back, and Disney is once again on top of the charts. Avengers: Endgame put up a record-shattering $1.2 billion global debut, the biggest of all time, and in less than a full frame Marvel’s latest super hit is already the best-selling movie of 2019.
Rakowiecki created an entirely animated video, focused on deterring the demand that fuels human trafficking, that will be used in training sessions for IHTI volunteers and for social media campaigns.
Late last year, we sat down with Ricky Hawkins of the Alida Hotel in Savannah. The property was nearly ready to open and the entertainment industry was already top of mind. Now that the hotel is in full swing, we can say it is certainly ready for primetime.
Kit Vinsick has joined Craig Miller Productions (CMP) as a commercial and film director. Kit hails from New York, and is a proud Georgian by choice. Before moving to Atlanta she was gaining notoriety as a commercial and indie filmmaker.
Host Kalena Boller visited the Savannah College of Art and Design to find out how the university is teaching cultural changes in the film industry. She also visited the set of a student produced sitcom called G.R.I.T.S., which is short for Girls Raised in the South.
Alex Travis, Community Engagement Coordinator with Troy University-Phenix City, talks to us about the university’s support of the Way Down Film Festival and Society and discusses their meet and greets and screenings that occur monthly.
These figures are compiled through the Solid Waste Task Force, a joint program between the MPAA and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers. The Task Force was designed to promote environmentally friendly practices across the film and television industry.
It was the worst Easter box office in 25 years. Out of 16 weekends so far in the current year, this was also the 13th time in which results were below those of 2018. As Hollywood is back in its gloomy mood, Avengers: Endgame, out in a few days, couldn’t come soon enough.
“The Duke Ellington Tribute Concert is a beloved, long-standing tradition for Coastal Jazz Association. It’s our most popular monthly concert with a sold-out crowd year after year” says Howard Paul, board president for Coastal Jazz Association and President of Benedetto Guitars.