Now that it’s after Labor Day, most students and teachers have found themselves in their various school routines and habits, which is why we figured that there’d be no better time to chat with University of North Georgia’s Communication, Media and Journalism Department Chair, Jeff Marker.
By Cameron McAllister I first encountered Brantly Jackson Watts at the sold out encore screening of her debut feature, “AKA…
By Cameron McAllister To celebrate its 20th anniversary, the SCAD Savannah Film Festival has decided to pull out all the…
Our story continues to be one of great promise, but our footing is fragile, and a sustained, durable recovery is jeopardized by a fundamentally uneven playing field.
Trish Taylor of the Georgia Production Partnership talks about the Camera Ready program in Georgia and how it has been key not only to Atlanta’s success but all of Georgia.
It’s a competitive environment for businesses to recruit and retain employees. Nowhere is that more true than in the entertainment industry. Buzz talks about how they work with employers to offer a planning perk to key employees, providing valuable advice on all types of personal financial issues.
“One thing we do that is different, is that we really consult with each client and ask questions to identify what their real needs are. Our focus encompasses the whole picture. As security experts, our goal is to supply our client with what they actually need, not what they think they need.”
Matthew Head is a well known film composer, music producer and arranger. Today he talks about how we need to strive to retain musicians, composers and producers in the state.
“We are indeed very fortunate to have teamed up with Liquid,” said EUE/Sokolow Creative Director Jeff Cooney. “It will be a true privilege to collaborate with such energized creative black belts.”