Third Rail News

The Georgia film tax credit has worked as intended and built an industry that spends nearly $3 billion per year in the state and employs tens of thousands of Georgians in high-paying jobs, the Georgia Screen Entertainment Coalition said today in response to the state of Georgia’s audit. “The film tax credit is a...

Georgia is second only to California in movie production, and Dunwoody continues to have a seat at the table, serving as locations for films including Richard Jewell, Baby Driver, Trouble With The Curve, Mothers Day, Spider-Man Homecoming and more. When Hollywood comes to Dunwoody, City Hall...

Homer Simpson gave the Georgia film and TV production community backhanded props in this season’s premiere of “The Simpsons,” telling prospective producers he had three conditions for permission to turn son Bart’s near-death experience into a movie: input on the script, tickets to the premiere, and, “I’m...