Georgia’s film industry breaks state production records

Release: Georgia Film Records Blockbuster Year Atlanta – July 21, 2021 – The Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD) announced recently that the film industry recorded a blockbuster year in Georgia. During fiscal year 2021, the film…

‘Business Facilities’ names GA No. 1 in film…

Release: Georgia Ranked No. 1 in Film Production by Business Facilities Magazine ATLANTA – July 30, 2020 –On the heels of the news that multiple Georgia-lensed productions have received nearly 50 total 2020 Emmy Award nominations,…

Home Depot pledges to end EPS foam in…

Release: THE HOME DEPOT ANNOUNCES RENEWABLE ENERGY GOAL AND PLEDGES TO ELIMINATE EPS FOAM AND PVC FILM FROM PRIVATE BRANDS BY 2023 IN ANNUAL RESPONSIBILITY REPORT Jul 23, 2020- Reduced greenhouse gas emissions by 10…

GA film industry begins to regain its footing

Release: Since our update earlier this year when the COVID-19 pandemic brought film and television to a virtual standstill, the Georgia Film Office and our partners have been hard at work on countless initiatives to keep our…

VLPRA: Free drive in movie Saturday

Release: Hop in the car for a free drive in movie!  The Valdosta-Lowndes County Parks & Recreation Authority will show the original “Men in Black” starring Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones.  The show starts…

Governor Kemp reopens GA’s film industry

Release: Georgia Film, TV, Streaming Production Industry Is Open for Business Atlanta, June 12, 2020 –Governor Brian P. Kemp announced today that the major motion picture, television, and streaming companies plan to bring back and hire…

Kemp announces “Best Practices” guide for TV, film…

Release: Georgia Film, TV COVID-19 Best Practices Available to Industry as Production Planning Continues Atlanta, GA - Governor Brian P. Kemp today announced a filming “best practices” guide for Georgia that offers guidance for Georgia’s…