101 Studios was founded in 2018 by industry titans David Glasser, David Hutkin, and Marvin Peart. While the pre production plot unfolds for this production, 101 Studios has boots on the ground in Georgia and a full slate of projects looking for homes.
With an estimated 2,252 crew, 598 cast, and 16,800 background performers poised to work across a combined 579 filming days, these projects will provide a substantial boost to local employment and economic activity.
The second annual Women in Entertainment Event will be held on International Women’s Day at Hotel Tybee. RSVP is now open.
The event marked the intersection of Georgia’s entertainment renaissance and inclusive philanthropy, with meaningful conversations through the convergence of state legislators, industry leaders and influencers.
“Being told that it can do all of these things is one thing, but actually seeing the capabilities, it was mind-blowing,” he said in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter on Thursday, noting that his productions might not have to travel to locations or build sets with the assistance of the technology.
“Within the first 30 minutes of the first day, we were humming. It was amazing,” said Barbara Zagrodnik, first assistant director.
Since its founding in 2015, the GFA has bolstered the state’s creative economy by training Georgians for work in production, game development, digital entertainment, and more.
The 2024 South & Appalachia Creative Placemaking Summit will be held in Atlanta, GA March 5-8, 2024. Space is limited. Registration is now open.
To kickoff Georgia Entertainment’s Thought Leadership Series, Blackman sat down with Founder and CEO Randy Davidson to share moments that have been impactful to his career and detail Georgia’s relationship to Diversity in entertainment.
Georgia Entertainment announced today that Ty Walker, Senior Vice President and Head of Physical Production for Kevin Hart’s Hartbeat, will…