The California Film Commission (CFC) announced that it will welcome three big-budget feature film projects and a diverse roster of 13 independent films to the state’s Film & TV Tax Credit Program 3.0.
Georgia is in the news again and it’s all positive!
Decatur resident Elizabeth Grove, a talented food stylist for film and TV, is proud to present the Horrifying Food of Film & TV art exhibit debuts Friday, October 13th.
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp noted: “Georgia is proud to welcome U.S. Soccer’s new headquarters and looks forward to working alongside them to build a new home for American soccer players and fans. For many decades, sports have been an essential part of Georgia’s history and culture.”
Greta Gerwig’s Barbie crossed the last hurdle on its run to challenge the top 10 all-time domestic list.
Marvel Studios’ Visual Effects (VFX) Workers unanimously voted in favor of unionizing with the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) in an election held by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), the union announced Wednesday.
The Georgia Latino Film Alliance (GALFA) is a 501c3 charity dedicated to offering educational programs to high school students interested in the film and television industry and supporting minority adults pursuing careers in the field.
“The media landscape has changed drastically in the past 75 years, and as we look toward WABE’s next 75 years, we’ll be adding more original, Atlanta-focused content than ever before”
“America’s future leadership – not just in the film and TV industry but in national security – will hinge on our ability to outpace and outcompete rivals who seek supremacy in this critical, emerging field.”