Atlanta Cancer Care Biennial Benefit Video
Here is the video we got to create for Atlanta Cancer Care Foundation Biennial Benefit. It is a privilege to tell these stories.
On a Shoot for Atlanta Cancer Care Foundation
Here is a picture from this morning's shoot for the Atlanta Cancer Care Foundation featuring hearing-impaired breast cancer survivor Kelly and her interpreter Leah.
The shoot was for an image video that will be screened at a gala planned at the World of Coca-Cola on April 25. Tom Rittenhouse directed the shoot and Philip Wages was the director of photography.
A non-profit organization supported by donations, Atlanta Cancer Care Foundation provides financial assistance to those economically affected by cancer and funds cancer research. If you would like to make a donation, please visit Atlanta Cancer Care Foundation.
Film Day at the Capitol: March 26, Atlanta, GA
"Other states have tax credits like ours. But it is because of our tireless work in the communities and at the state level, and partners such as Screen Gems and the others… why they keep coming back. They can choose other places but they keep coming back to Georgia."
In this short clip from Film Day at the Capitol, March 26, in Atlanta, Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD) Commissioner Chris Cummiskey praises the Georgia Film Office for its tireless efforts in bringing film productions to the state.
A Conversation with Tim Bourne, Independent Producer - Part 3
"Without the incentive programs, you cannot compete because it is the way it is. It is unrealistic and there is very good data to prove this. We have graphs and charts that can clearly point out... you don't have to know when the incentives started because all you got to do is look at the charts to see when the jobs started rolling in. Right now, Atlanta… the state of Georgia has a wonderful incentive program and as a result, you guys have a ton of work."
In Part 3 of the series, Tim Bourne talks about the role of tax incentives and a vibrant film community in growing Georgia's economy.
A Conversation with Tim Bourne, Independent Producer - Part 2
"I have shot in a bunch of different states and this is probably the best... I cannot think of one that is a better, off the top of my head, film commission in the United States, one that I have dealt with personally. The whole office is fantastic, to be honest."
In Part 2 of the series, Tim Bourne commends the Georgia Film Office for its continuous efforts in keeping the state user-friendly for film makers and production companies.
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