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Robert Redford Conspirator Caught in Savannah

by on Nov.24, 2009, under News


Here’s one we missed! Last month Savannah’s local NBC affiliate WSAV Channel 3 reported that the Robert Redford film “The Conspirator” had become an irresistible attraction to tourists and townsfolk alike and that Jay Self, longtime film commissioner for the city, believed the film project would infuse upwards of (continue reading…)

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Ben 10 Alien Swarm Premieres

by on Nov.23, 2009, under News


Earlier this year the downtown streets of Atlanta howled to the sound of motorcycles, race cars and marauding aliens as crews filmed the second live-action movie based on the popular Cartoon Network series Ben 10, the story of a boy who discovers an alien device which allows him to (continue reading…)

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Warner Brothers Shoots Preachers Kid

by on Sep.06, 2008, under News

The Warner Brothers feature film “The Preacher’s Kid” is currently in principal photography in the Atlanta area. Preacher’s Kid follows the story of a prodigal daughter who defies her minister father to pursue her dream of a career as a traveling Gospel singer. Locations are said to include the historic Fox Theater and the Atlanta Civic Center.

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HB 1100 PASSES 48 TO 1!!

by on Mar.31, 2008, under News

Breaking news that the Georgia General Assembly has passed House Bill 1100, providing hope to Georgia’s beleaguered film and video industry! More news as information is gathered.

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Georgia House Bill 1100 Nearing Passage?

by on Mar.28, 2008, under News

House Bill 1100 [click here to download PDF] has passed unanimously out of the Finance Committee and will go before the state senate sometime next week. Georgia’s motion picture industry professionals are waiting to see if the senate will pass this new, more aggressive tax incentive measure (meant to revive the state’s moribund feature film and television industry) before the session runs out. is working to determine how early the state might expect production companies to begin revisiting Georgia, should the bill be approved. We’ll also provide a look into the state of Georgia’s film industry infrastructure more than half a decade since Louisiana fired the first shot in mega-incentives for film production. Stay tuned!

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