Moonshine’s growth is a testament to the growth of Georgia’s film industry and tax credit – right time, right place, and the right amount of chip on our shoulders to make it happen and prove everyone else wrong.
The 2023 Georgia Film Festival will be held Sept. 15-16 at UNG’s Gainesville Campus. It will highlight filmmakers and films based in Georgia and the Southeast.
The DeKalb Entertainment Commission (DEC), a division of Decide DeKalb Development Authority, is thrilled to announce an exciting program for creative minds to finally turn their idea into a viable business plan with: The Art of the Business Plan for Creatives workshop.
Founded in 2000, Taylor Upholstering is a full-service upholstering shop located in Savannah’s southside. They specialize in commercial upholstering for restaurants, hotels, hospitals, film and tv productions, fitness centers and any other commercial projects.
Craig Miller, Founder and Executive Producer for Craig Miller Productions explains how the film incentive in Georgia, which was created to bring large productions to Georgia, has also benefited independent film makers.
Georgia-based independent filmmakers Gavin Fields (writer/director) and Shelby Grady (producer/actor) will release their debut feature, Brutal Season, with 1091 Pictures.
I had the opportunity this week to appear on the Morning Mix hosted by Cliff Bennett and Nathalia Jacques of WRDW TV Channel 12 in Augusta. The morning lifestyle show reaches thousands of viewers throughout the CSRA each weekday.
Georgia Entertainment was out in force at the Augusta screening of ‘The Hill’ starring Dennis Quaid, Colin Ford, Georgia’s Mila Harris along with other local talented actors. The screening was held on Wendesday night at the Miller Theater with a toned down red carpet reflective of the current strike, but exciting nonetheless.