The GA Film Office Needs Our Help

February 4th, 2016

Please help create a photo montage of Georgians working in the film and television industry and holding signs of support. It’s one thing to say it, but another to show the faces of the people whose lives have changed for the better as a result of our tax incentive. Please post single photos or group
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WIFTA Announces Its First Executive Director

January 23rd, 2016

Women in Film & Television Atlanta (WIFTA) announced today that Susan Moss has been named the organization’s first executive director.   Moss has nearly twenty years of experience in a wide variety of creative management roles, including marketing for NASCAR, film and video production, and legal experience with Kilpatrick Townsend. An Atlanta native, Moss is
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How to Win a Regional Emmy

January 9th, 2016

Join us for a special program where SE EMMY Winners share their experience on putting together an award winning EMMY Entry. Opportunity to network with WIFTA and NATAS members. Qualified WIFTA members will get the opportunity to judge categories. Register Today MEMBERS OF WIFTA WILL GET THE OPPORTUNITY TO JUDGE…. Are  you qualified? A peer judge
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ChooseATL Movement

February 2nd, 2016

      Georgia is winning big in the film industry and as a result local businesses, organizations and entrepreneurs across the state are feverishly racing to take advantage of the opportunities that have resulted, especially in metro Atlanta.  One such organization that is poising itself to meet the growing demands of this industry is ChooseATL.
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Fans Celebrate End of Downton Abbey with Live Chats and Galas

January 25th, 2016

  Written by Guest Blogger, Rosemary Jean-Louis, Desperate for Downton The last season of “Downton Abbey” is finally airing in the U.S. and its storylines have already elicited big smiles. (*Spoiler alert: plots to be revealed in this article so if you haven’t watched the season so far, you may want to skip ahead!) Mr.
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Edutainment – Key Wardrobe

January 22nd, 2016

Edutainment – learning about film and television one word at a time. When watching a film, unless it is a film with obvious costuming such as ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel,’ it can seem to an average audience like actors and actresses just show up in their own attire.  However, everything about film is controlled –
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