Have we got some fun news for you!! But first: Have you ever seen the 1985 comedy Teen Wolf? It’s the story of Scott Howard (played by
Marty McFly… we mean, Michael J. Fox), a bland high school spud who discovers that he is descended from a long line of Werewolves and suddenly gets all the fame and adoration of his classmates due to his astonishing lycanthropic
In today’s online issue of the LA Times writer Rachel Abramowitz documents the events leading to the production of the Georgia-lensed production “The Blind Side” in her article “The making of ‘Blind Side’ a real-life drama“. Inspirational on many levels, be sure to give it a read!
Today we’re featuring a YouTube video by Craig Miller, co-President of the Georgia Production Partnership, owner of Craig Miller Productions, and Executive Producer of C Pictures. Craig’s video “Film Tourism in GA” neatly sums up what professionals in the motion picture industry have long known: the unsung “ripple” effect of the movie business is that it can (and does) help drive tourism to filming locations. In the tourism business this is known as “Film Tourism”; a type of tourism directly driven by a desire to visit real life filming locations seen in movies and television shows. For 70 years the film
Congratulations to the Writers, Producers, Cast & Crew of the Georgia-produced television series “The Vampire Diaries” after their win for “Favorite New TV Drama” at tonight’s 36th Annual People Choice Awards, held at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles, California. It’s well known in Atlanta’s motion picture community that the cast and crew of Vampire Diaries work long, late hours due to the show’s “vampire” theme and while this award won’t change their shooting schedule it is…
We’ve been aware since late November that the Farrelly brothers (pictured above), famous for comedies like “Dumb & Dumber” and “There’s Something About Mary”, were likely to be bringing a new project to Georgia and yesterday Variety took the news public that “Hall Pass” would begin production in late February (consult the Variety link for details on the
The Georgia Department of Economic Development has given public notice that it plans to officially adopt a new chapter (159-1-1), under the Georgia Entertainment Industry Investment Act, entitled “Film Tax Credit”, which shall provide guidance, definition and general clarification and refinement to the code section concerning the motion picture industry in Georgia. The proposed additions are up for public review and comment until January 29th and may be made in