Oz Magazine - June / July 2018

Talent

According to the cast of FX's Archer, voiceover work just might be the laziest, most lucrative dream job in all of entertainment

The world is seeing Atlanta more and more onscreen lately, and we’re also hearing its voices. Georgia is home to an increasing number of voice talents, those who perform the characters we love in animation and video games, as well as the artists who speak to us through commer...

June 8, 2018

The Georgia Music Investment Act is helping to extend the state's mythical music legacy by incentivizing artists and post-production houses to stay put

Forget Nashville: Georgia is poised to become the new epicenter of the music business, and the Georgia Music Investment Act is helping it to get there.

For decades, Georgia has been a hotbed of musical talent. From Outkast’s humble beginnings in an East...

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June 8, 2018

Talent Q & A 

Rampage actor and certified Georgia boy, GARY WEEKS, waxes poetic on Dwayne Johnson's unmatched charisma, how not to fanboy while working with Clint Eastwood, and the joys of filming in his home state

OZ: You’re hosting a birthday party tomorrow for one of your young sons. How does fatherhood mesh with one of the most unpredictable professions on the planet?

GW: In our business, in this cra...

June 8, 2018

A Chat with Westworld’s Leonardo Nam at the Season 2 Premiere

At the Atlanta premiere of Westworld Season 2 in late April, the tenor inside the Fernbank Museum of Natural History, with its towering dinosaur exhibits and inborn affinity for all things primitive, feels about as far removed from the HBO drama’s A.I.- spawned dystopia as one can imagine.

In the reflection of a glass-encased exhibit featurin...

June 8, 2018

Breaking type is often a tall order in this business, but sometimes a little nerve can yield major dividends. Just ask Brockmire Season 2 breakout, Sarah Blackman

After receiving her coffee at a suburban Atlanta café, Sarah Blackman casually saunters toward a quiet table in the back-left corner of the shop, removes a small sleeve of Stevia from her handbag, and gently stirs it into her mug. Her blonde...

June 8, 2018

It was a typical late June afternoon in Riverchase, a bustling community in the Birmingham, Ala. suburb of Hoover. With temperatures climbing steadily toward the nineties, traces of future storm clouds began to dot the far horizon.

A group of trucks were parked just outside the Rooms To Go store on Chapel Lane and a steady stream of people had been ferrying equipment in and out of the building all morn...

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Oz Scene

April 12th - 22nd - More Venues. Better Parking. Bellwether Cinema:

This year’s 42nd Annual Atlanta Film Festival (ATLFF), with its newly added venues, yielded a stress-free, logistically sound, successful affair. The introduction of the Hilan Theater into the mix was a brilliant move, among many, and thanks to the multistory garage access along N. Highland Ave., parking was a breeze.

As in years past,...

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