Lisa Ferrell and Patricia Taylor from Georgia Production Partnership: Atlanta Film Chat Episode 143

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Love all the huge productions here in Georgia bringing us tons of money to the state and giving many of us jobs and huge opportunities? A lot of thanks should go to the Georgia Production Partnership who kicked off the whole shebang in many ways.

That was then, but what is now? What's coming down the pipeline for Georgia, and what does the GPP have up its collective sleeve to keep the ball rolling? Co-President Patricia Taylor and Industry and Community Relations Manager Lisa Ferrell (along with special appearances by Marketing and Communications Manager Susan Moss) came on the show to tell us about this as well as why you should consider joining the GPP!

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Film Bar Monday tonight (5/29) is the magical 5th week, so check for all updates! Next week (6/5) we're back at The Independent.

Actors, do you need taping services in Atlanta? Head to Frat Pack Productions! Are you auditioning for a show like The Walking Dead or Stranger Things? Tape with actors from those shows or similar projects instead of just getting shoved into an empty room and left to your own devices. Plus, they're open 7 days a week!

Make sure to check out the great local project "The Red Cape" - a short drama from local producer Brendon Murphy.  A young black boy and his father struggle to survive the 1898 Wilmington Race Riot - the only proven violent overthrow of a government in US History. Follow the project at!


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