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ProductionNext / Atlanta

A gathering place for ProductionNext members in Atlanta
Atlanta, Georgia

This is a group that is meant to serve as a general gathering place for ProductionNext members in the Atlanta area. We here at ProductionNext are managing it at the moment, but we're very interested in finding someone local to run it. If you're interested, please contact us at groups@productionnext.com.

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The Georgia Film Academy trains thousands of filmmakers right across the street from the biggest movie studio in our state, Now, there is a new program reaching out to high schoolers to teach them how fun filmmaking can be.... Nearly 80 students were specially selected from around 40 high schools across the state by a group called "21st Century Leaders" to learn more about the academy and jobs in the film industry.... http://www.fox5atlanta.com/good-day/georgia-film-academy-welcomes-high-s...
Seen years ago, when Carrie Burns started her company Atlanta Movie Tours, the economic impact of the movie/TV industry on the state of Georgia was $3.1 billion. While that figure was—and still is—impressive, it is less than one-third of what it is today.... https://www.bizjournals.com/atlanta/news/2019/02/11/movie-tourism-still-...
"A railroad owner settled a wrongful death lawsuit by the family of a film worker killed in 2014 when a train slammed into a crew shooting a movie about singer Gregg Allman, ending the company's appeal of a $3.9 million jury verdict...." https://www.wsbradio.com/entertainment/railroad-settles-civil-suit-2014-...

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A 90-minute Webinar about the American Film Market featuring Ben Yennie and Tanya Kersey

If you want to make a living as a filmmaker while making anything except commercials or industrials, you're going to have to attend the American Film Market. But AFM has a culture all it's own, and without some guidance, it's hard to find success. That's why we're happy to bring you this webinar...

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In something of a follow-up to last week’s blog, I’m going to go into exactly why filmmakers need to understand business if they are to have a successful career as a filmmaker.   It’s more than business not being the enemy of art, it’s that business is necessary to enable art happening...
If you spend time at filmmaking events, art schools, or on facebook groups, you’ll quickly find that there are A LOT of filmmakers that are very anti-business.  The fact of the matter is that if you’re to be successful in film, you need to know more than a little bit about business as...
Crowdfunding is an incredibly important tool in the tool belt of any filmmaker.  It’s one of the most versatile and democratic funding sources available, and it does far more than simply raise funds (For details, check out this blog on TheGuerrillaRep.com.) One of the most important decisions...

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