U.S. Soccer announced today that the site of the new National Training Center will be located in Fayette County, Georgia, as part of another step in the Federation’s ambitious strategic plan to grow soccer across the country.
CONMEBOL, the South American Football Confederation, announced on Monday that the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, home to Major League Soccer’s Atlanta United, will be the venue for the opening match of the Copa América 2024, to be held in the United States.
In a somber moment for the Georgia film and television community, GPP bids farewell to one of its dedicated leaders, Clark Cofer. As a stalwart advocate for the industry, Cofer’s impact on the Georgia film landscape extended beyond his role as a two-term Co-President of GPP.
Sundance Institute announced the 82 films, eight episodic titles, and a New Frontier interactive experience selected for the 2024 Sundance Film Festival. The Festival will take place January 18–28, 2024, in person in Park City and Salt Lake City, with a selection of titles available online nationwide from January 25–28, 2024.
The submission deadline for the 8th Annual South Georgia Film Festival is December 18. Professional and amateur filmmakers are encouraged to submit their work through FilmFreeway to participate in the Regional film festival, which includes screenings, networking and educational opportunities, and local entertainment.
DreamHack, an ESL FACEIT Group brand, and T-Pain’s Nappy Boy Gaming (NBG) will team up at DreamHack Atlanta to bring another element of activities as the Festival prepares to return to Atlanta for the fifth edition of its immersive, gaming lifestyle experience.
Floyd County Schools’ Rick Williams joined Georgia Entertainment at the Rome International Film Festival to talk about his work in education. In his interview, Williams discusses the Film Arts Media and Entertainment (FAME) pathway.
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Producer Stratton Leopold has been in the film business for more than 40 years, but he’s been in the ice cream business even longer. And now he’s joining those two industries in Columbus as he prepares to release a movie, The Neon Highway, that was partially filmed in the city and brings Leopold’s Ice Cream to the historic Goetchius House.
Georgia Entertainment has announced an annual award to be presented at the company’s final event of the year. The Georgia Creative Champion of 2023 will be honored at the Georgia Entertainment 100 event in Uptown Buckhead. The award will be given to a professional that characterizes the passion, heart and progress of the state’s creative industries.