When it comes to gaining entry-level knowledge and skills to work in front of or behind the camera, Georgia schools, mentors and coaches offer a wide range of options
Tuesday evening, downtown Atlanta, and the sun is just starting to touch the tops of the trees. The block is filled with students in jeans and yoga pants, business people in suits and dress shoes. The scene is varied, however. It’s clear...
Georgia has all the infrastructure necessary to continue for decades as a production powerhouse. The next and biggest step: Investment in original content creation.
Georgia continues to be a powerhouse for film and television production, rivaling all toher us locations outside of Hollywood and New York City. And we're growing substantially, thanks to tax incentives for projects that shoot and, now, tha...
Life is good for Georgia's lighting and grip companies. From small operators to major players, the gear is moving by the truckload.
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Grip and lighting equipment is moving out by the truckload throughout Georgia as rental houses and production services companies fill orders for commercials, feature films, episodic television and content for emerging streaming platforms.
Never one to settle, Lodge 49’s NJEMA WILLIAMS explains why succumbing to your “niche” is the cousin of death.
OZ:Full disclosure: I’ve only made it through episode three of Lodge 49 so far, but one thing I can say for sure is that it’s extremely trippy and obscure. Can you peel back the layers with regard to the alchemy, the fraternal order, the “seekers” who congregate at the Lodge?
Say what you will about Burton Leon Reynolds, Jr. (February 11, 1986 – September 6, 2018), but if not for the highly ambitious boy from Lansing, Mich., it is entirely plausible that neither the magazine you’re reading, nor the booming Georgia film industry from which many of us make our livings, would exist.
Was he purportedly, at least for a time, emblematic of pre-#MeToo Hollywood’s most dismal behav...