"Girls are on fire at Girls Inc."
Girls Incorporated of Greater Atlanta is a chapter of the national organization, Girls Incorporated. This incredibly motivated organization serves girls between ages 6 and 18 by providing them with research-based programming that helps overcome the effects of gender inequity while inspiring them to be confident, courageous and responsible individuals.
We couldn't have been prouder to be part of this project. Go Girls Inc.!
A Tale From Tifton
We've been working on a still shoot for Challenger tractors for the CSE. Philip Wages was the photographer. The shoot took place at the Flint Riverquarium in Albany and at the Georgia Museum for Agriculture in Tifton. The Riverquarium was an underwater fresh water shoot... a wonderful location. At the Agricultural Museum we shot one of the last four operational steam engines in the state of Georgia, as well as a retrofitted sawmill. Both locations were very film friendly. Wait till you see the final product.
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.
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