Amid the confusion, legislators across the country have been bombarded with calls from constituents hoping their state governments would fortify online privacy protections.
The main issues are more pay for TV writers and a rescue of the WGA’s failing Health Plan, which faces projected deficits of $145 million over the next three years.
As part of the Georgia Department of Economic Development, the state’s sales and marketing arm, the Film Office provides a number of services designed to attract new entertainment business investment to the state.
The version of the resolution approved was drafted with input from both the visitors bureau and the Georgia Film, Music and Digital Entertainment office.
Instagram Stories is this year’s “little black dress” of advertising–the hot-yet-versatile new look all brands need to have in the lineup.
Officials from the Georgia Film Office and the Department of Economic Development were in Tampa this week promoting their state as a place to see the settings for your favorite tales from the screen.
What will air travel be like 10 years from now? Leaders at The Hangar, Delta’s Global Innovation Center, thought who better to ask than some of the most creative minds around – students at Savannah College of Art and Design.
Texas legislators last week discussed an amendment to end Texas’ moving image incentive program, which provides tax rebates for up to 20 percent of production costs for films, television shows, and video games made in state.