Interested in learning more about shooting motion picture film? Want to learn cinematography techniques and the science behind it? Interested in actually using and filming with 16mm Kodak Motion Picture Film? The KODAK 16mm Cinematography Intensive Workshop hosted by PC&E, is a total immersion course which enables emerging filmmakers to round out their education in cinematography.
Kathy Berardi is offering a special one-day, all-inclusive class in which attendees will receive A to Z guidance on how to successfully write, produce and direct a short film
New or an alumni of the acting community? Come join us for the July EDBI and hear some tips and tricks about surviving as an Actor in the fast growing Industry in Georgia.
As everyone knows, a career n the entertainment industry can be either “feast or famine”. One second you’re on an Avenger’s Movie, or Walking Dead shoot, the next you’re waiting by the phone for another job. Finding your next big gig on a film or TV show can be difficult, but few consider the opportunities in the commercial industry.
Resurging after a decade of hiatus, the preeminent awards ceremony for the moving image in the state of Georgia, the IMAGE Film Awards Gala has recognized people who made outstanding contributions to building the state's film industry and community.
The Atlanta Film Society has received an Art Works grant of $20,000 for Atlanta Film Festival from the National Endowment for the Arts.
The Atlanta Film Society is partnering with local industry members for an event dedicated to Georgia screenwriters. Chosen through submission process, Page to Stage will highlight the best of Georgia's locally written, unproduced screenplays in a live staged reading with professional casts.