Publicist and director Nicole Sage, a Georgia State University Film School graduate, shared her excitement about the screening, stating, “I am thrilled to showcase a small glimpse of Tina DeVore’s dynamic life on-screen after all these years.
Beginning with the curation of impactful film festivals and educational resources, the organization has now embarked on a groundbreaking venture: Cinema Life Projects.
Legendary member of Destiny’s Child, Michelle Williams, packed the house at the Trilith Town Stage for the latest installment of the Trilith Foundation’s Enrichment Series.
The Founder and CEO of leading marketing agency, LIQUID SOUL, brings experience working with major companies like Disney, Warner Bros and AT&T. The innovator plans to use his expertise to elevate the film and launch important conversations surrounding health disorders due to overconsumption of sugar in the African-American community.
“We are thrilled to bring together filmmakers and film lovers for a weekend dedicated to the magic of cinema and the celebration of Latino culture,” said Carla Berkowitz, Chairwoman of the Georgia Latino Film Alliance.
After adding preview numbers into the mix for their win last week, Sony got the more traditional one this week.
“In addition to providing production jobs that range across a variety of skills from accounting to carpentry to engineering and graphic design, productions are using local vendors, eating at Georgia restaurants, and staying in our hotels,” said Gov. Brian Kemp
“Watchmen,” “42,” and even a more recent production filmed in Macon, “The Color Purple” film musical, each spent several days transforming downtown Macon for filming. Aaron Buzza, COO at “Visit Macon,” says lately, it’s been all quiet regarding any sets in downtown Macon.
DuVernay’s Origin will mark a significant landmark for Venice as the first film by an African American woman to play in Competition. Origin is based on Isabel Wilkerson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning nonfiction book, Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents
“Economic development across Georgia is critical if we wish to remain the No. 1 state in which to do business and the best state to live, work, and raise a family,” said Lt. Governor Burt Jones. “The upward momentum over the last few years is part of a larger trend where Georgia has secured its role as an economic and business hub of the Southeast. We look forward to continuing to support cooperation and solutions-oriented initiatives.”