One of the nation’s largest film and television unions voted Monday to authorize a strike, which could have a huge impact on Georgia’s film industry.
A street in downtown Macon is being transformed for the production of a Tyler Perry film that was written by Perry 26 years ago. A Jazzman’s Blues, a story that follows an investigation into an unsolved murder that unveils a story of forbidden love, will be filming in Macon on Friday and Saturday.
Movies and TV productions filmed in Georgia generated $101 million in wages for members of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees during the first quarter of this year, Lee Thomas, the state Department of Economic Development’s deputy commissioner for film, music and digital entertainment, told members of the agency’s board Wednesday.
Director Antoine Fuqua and actor Will Smith's new film Emancipation will not be shot in Georgia — further fallout from Georgia's controversial new elections law. Local industry workers react.
As some film celebrities, including Star Wars' Mark Hamill, call for a boycott of Georgia's film industry in response to the newly passed elections law, some industry workers say the effort is misdirected.
Growing up playing sports in Dublin, Bradford Haynes could hardly imagine the life he now leads. At a moment’s notice, he could be kissing his wife and daughters goodbye in Macon and heading to a movie set in a far-off land. Yet, he never set out to be an actor.
The film industry is booming again in Georgia with 50 productions currently working in the state, according to the Georgia Department of Economic Development.
Georgia’s film industry has recovered from the coronavirus pandemic and then some. Film and TV producers currently are working on 37 projects in the Peach State, up from 23 at this time last year.
No Time to Die, the 25th film in the James Bond saga, is scheduled to premiere in theaters Oct. 8, a year and a half past its original debut date, MGM said Friday.
For many of Georgia’s film workers like Bishop, jobs dried up overnight when COVID-19 cases publicly appeared in the state, prompting business shutdowns and stay-home orders.
Growing up, Mahalia Latortue says she had three career options — doctor, lawyer or engineer. But despite starting her undergraduate studies at Oakwood...
Since the early days of cinema, action-adventure movies have transported and invigorated audiences around the globe. While the movies have evolved,...
The University of Georgia has created a new Master of Fine Arts program in film.
Hollywood's Golden Age and the rise of fascism in Europe were happening at the same time, a world apart. Those worlds collided when Hollywood decided to...
On The Credits , we’ve talked to many people who dedicate their lives to Georgia's film and television industry, but what about the next generation of...