An unprecedented coalition of 213 musical artists, supported by eight leading music organizations, called upon the U.S. Congress to pass the CLASSICS Act, bipartisan legislation pending in both the House and Senate to address one of copyright law’s most glaring loopholes.
The Phoenix Leadership Foundation and the DeKalb Entertainment Commission are bringing Wakanda to Atlanta with a special screening of the new Black Panther movie for local high school students.
Lyn talks to about what makes the film industry special in regards to insurance. There are not many insurance companies who specialize in production and film coverage.
Valdosta State University will host the South Georgia Film Festival Friday, March 2, through Sunday, March 4. The event will showcase the beauty of the South Georgia region and its people with film screenings, panels, and networking events.
Savannah Music Festival recently received a $75,000 Grant from The William Randolph Hearst Foundation in support of its Musical Explorers program.
Aaron, or Cujo, talks to us about how much of a blessing the film tax credits have been for the film industry in Georgia. He credits them to why Georgia has become the premier location to work in the business of film.
We travel to Atlanta for an hour with Andrew Lackey, Award Winning Audio Director, Sound Designer and Owner of Atlanta-based Wabi Sabi Sound Inc., whose music and sounds accompany the hottest video games in the now estimated $18.4 billion interactive entertainment market.
MPAA Chairman and CEO Charles Rivkin highlighted the contributions of the Marvel Studios production made to Georgia as it generated $83.9 Million to the state’s economy.
Senators John Kennedy, Chris Coons, Thom Tillis, Bob Corker and Cory Booker introduced the bipartisan CLASSICS Act, taking a step closer to closing a flawed loophole that leaves some of our most cherished artists out of the federal copyright system.