The new law creates tax credits for Georgia musicians and music producers. It is meant to replicate the success of the similar tax break program that helped make Georgia’s film industry one of the most profitable in the nation.
“We want to teach and support a new generation of Georgians with a practical hands on approach to learn independent filmmaking from beginning to end. “ Beard said.
Like many people, Sara was a fan of the movies. But what she really enjoyed was getting a peak at behind-the-scenes footage of the people who create films. Film production was her dream but opportunities were scarce in her hometown of St. Simons Island so she pursued graphic design instead.
Therefore, coming up with a new concept each year to keep it fresh and current with our goals and with the market trends is an important and somewhat challenging task. We have several brainstorming sessions, but our director Jason Sirotin came up with the winning concept this year.
The re:imagine/COMMUNITY program has been implemented in six Atlanta Public and Dekalb County Schools since 2015. The program recently received the Corporate Volunteerism Council 2017 IMPACT Award for engaging skills-based volunteers from 11Alive and FOCUS Brands at Grady High School.
Nicole Holt is over Zoe’s Kitchen in most of Georgia. She talks about what fresh means to the company and how that difference is unique.
Casey Corporate Transportation (CCT) has found a new niche that takes its fleet of cars beyond the business traveler to wrap parties, celebrity airport runs and other chauffeur services that require discretion.
In Georgia, the award-winning film was shown on the big screen at the AMC Classic Fort Benning 10 in Columbus, AMC Colonial 18 in Lawrenceville and the Mall of Georgia Stadium 20 in Buford.