There is a lot of excitement brewing in Atlanta, Georgia and this may primarily be due to our state’s consistently high rank when it comes to business entrepreneurship and an overall great business climate. There are many organizations stirring the winds of business change here in Georgia but the recently created ‘ChooseATL‘ has taken center … More ChooseATL-anta
Who said that the ATL can’t bring it? Well, we have brought it and we have even more to bring, especially as it relates to the film industry. I was cordially invited to an event this past Thursday evening, January 14 put on by Spitfire Studios and ChooseATL both of which are committed to film, … More Atlanta’s Film Takeover
I belong to a film group here in Atlanta called Georgia Production Partnership and let me tell you, it’s never a dull moment with them. For those who are new to film or even those who are not, they provide great networking and great learning opportunities within the greater Atlanta film community. One such learning opportunity … More Understanding Audio Production for Film With The Atlanta Cutters
I am a Georgia Film enthusiast as you may be able to tell from my blogs posts. I get to see all the fun and developments taking place all the time but for those that are not in Georgia or are not familiar with the growth taking place in the industry, “Do you think that … More Will Georgia Become Number 1 for Film?
The Atlanta Film Festival is underway in Atlanta. Reel Focus teams up with Cameron McAllister, Marketing Director of the film festival to tell us more about it at http://wifta.org/atlanta-film-festival-2015/. Follow Women in Film and Television Atlanta on Twitter @wiftAtlanta. Logo courtesy of Atlanta Film Festival
Journey with me this week on my Reel Focus blog as I interview the Executive Director of the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival, Kenny Blank. Visit http://wifta.org/atlanta-jewish-film-festival-2015/ for more details and follow @wiftAtlanta. Logo courtesy of the Atlanta Jewish Festival.
In the words of the famous American colonialist, Paul Revere, “The British are coming – the British are coming!” Well, this is not the eighteenth century, nor is it Boston, nor are we preparing for a war of independence. In fact, we are in the 21st century and this is Atlanta and we are … More BritLanta