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Perry said he was just about to start production for fall TV when coronavirus changed the world.

"I was all ready to go. It was March 16," Perry said. "I'm watching I'm reading I'm paying attention to all this happening with the numbers and I go okay, we have to shutdow...

August 8, 2020

Eddie Pence's stand-up special, "The (Un)Special," was acquired by Comedy Dynamics and will be released on their network. The special was produced by Atlanta-based company Hooty Hoo Productions. 

"Collaborating with Comedy Dynamics during the release process was a...

August 7, 2020

While the country and nation are forced to continue staying inside as much as possible and social distancing, the Atlanta Film Society continues to offer quality virtual programming for members of the Atlanta film industry. Some programs, including the PA Academy, have...

August 6, 2020

Georgia Council for the Arts (GCA) is accepting applications from arts organizations for two grant separate programs – Vibrant Communities grants and Cultural Facilities grants. The Vibrant Communities grant supports programming for the arts while the Cultural Faciliti...

August 5, 2020

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp has signed a bill that mandates audits for productions claiming the film and TV tax credit, following a state report finding lax controls in the program.

Georgia has by far the largest tax credit for film production in the United States...

Although Georgia remains a hot spot for COVID-19 cases, more production studios are getting back into gear this month including Netflix’s “Ozark,” AMC’s “The Walking Dead” and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s “Red Notice.”

Only a handful of shows — mostly reality programs —...

When a medical crisis disrupts American life, a trio of friendly, upbeat radio show hosts provide lively chatter on coping strategies, personal anecdotes and historical stories on the Atlanta-produced podcast “Mercury: A Broadcast of Hope.”

Delivered in daily five-minut...

August 2, 2020

BronzeLens has announced the acclaimed films nominated for its 2020 film festival. This year's festival, appropriately named "The Virtual Experience," will run from August 11-16 and each winner will be announced during the annual BronzeLens Awards Show. 


Georgia still plays a leading role in the entertainment sector. The state landed in the top spot for film production as ranked by Business Facilities Magazine. It's the first time the publication scored locations for the entertainment business.

“The film industry h...

July 31, 2020

This June and July, Atlanta's premiere sketch comedy company decided to move forward with their summer camp virtually. Sketchworks Comedy held their camps, which offer sketch comedy writing, acting and video production, over Zoom. 

Camp instructors came together in May...

July 30, 2020

Georgia Writer's Museum will host its first virtual Writers Workshop on Saturday, August 22. If you're a writer looking for a bit of inspiration during the pandemic, this program is for you!

"Traditionally, we hosted in-person classes and workshops," said Janet Kelhoffe...

July 29, 2020

"No Ordinary Love," the new film by Chyna Robinson, will be showcased at the 11th annual BronzeLens Film Festival. The film was one of three American Feature Narrative films selected to be in the festival. 

Robinson, the screenwriter and director for the

film, made...

A 45-minute documentary film from two Atlanta-based independent filmmakers at DocuJourney Productions and Lola Kay Productions, "High On Heels" explores the popular accessory. With its social representation and unique style trends, high heels have evolved into an inter...

July 27, 2020

A team of students from the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) won the big prize at Coca-Cola's 2020 Refreshing Films competition, a contest created for student filmmakers. A crew of nearly 100 SCAD students worked on "Let Loose," a film by writer/director Elina...

July 25, 2020

"Flawless," a coming of age film about a trio of teenage girls looking forward to their prom, will be the subject of AJFF: In Conversation this month, followed by a Q&A with lead actress Stav Strashko. Strashko is the first transgender woman to be nominated for Israel'...

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