January 18, 2018

Atlanta’s own B-movie spoof troop, Cineprov, has assembled a fast-growing fan base employing irony as a laser-guided weapon. 

It’s a dark, quiet evening at the Plaza Theatre. There’s a muted hum of conversation as the audience filters into the venue and finds their way to their seats. The smell of...

September 21, 2017

Setting the scene from stem to stern with these growing Georgia prop houses.

How does one truly “sell” a film to an audience? There are many ways that film industry professionals can create compelling and dynamic works that tell a story, one of the most fundamental being the use of props. Short fo...

January 10, 2017

In late 2016, IATSE Local 479 celebrated its 30-year anniversary with a grand gala at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Midtown.

The event was one for the record books, replete with plenty of delectable food, an open bar, a staggering number of tasty cupcakes, a DJ blasting tunes, and a packed dance floo...

September 22, 2016

An important part of any film is the costume design, and as Atlanta continues to grow into its title as the ‘Hollywood of the South,’ more and more new productions are in need of clothing for their characters. On set, it’s the costume designer and the wardrobe department that dress the actors, an...

September 7, 2016

“More blood! More blood!’”

Mauricia “Mo” Grant, a costume supervisor working on the set of the 2014 film No Good Deed, took a deep breath. She dipped a hand gingerly back into her supply of fake blood, trying to follow the assistant director’s orders while still remai...

July 6, 2016

Quick, list your top ten favorite female filmmakers. Having trouble thinking of that many? Okay, how about five? Still having trouble?

According to a recent study at the University of Southern California, out of 1,565 content creators, women comprised only 7% of directors, 13% of writers, and 20%...

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Stories by Isadora Pennington

Isadora is a photojournalist and multidisciplinary artist. Born in Nashville, TN, she spent her early life moving often between states on the East coast, before settling in Atlanta to attend Georgia State University, where she got her BA in Studio Art. She has worked as a designer and photographer for local print publications, and has also discovered a joy for writing, specifically when it’s about artists and their work. A lover of all things creative, she stays busy with new projects that span a broad spectrum of mediums.

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