With the Labor Day weekend here, and the unfortunate news about Hurricane Harvey, it was a fairly light week of entertainment this time around. Still, we've got you covered with our Weekly Rewind...
Harvey Relief Efforts
We encourage you to make a donation to your favorite charity. Find a list of worthwhile charities here.
Also, Atlanta Film Community has started a fund to help recovery efforts.
Six Reels: Take One: Our inaugural class of filmmakers share their reels!
DragonCon Parade 2017 - Photo Gallery: See some of the crazy costumes from your pop culture favorites.
Atlanta Film Chat: DragonCon coverage concludes with Matt Green of "Cherry Bomb."
Atlanta Film & TV News
"Night Shots" Premieres in Sept: Directed by CinemATL founder Eric Bomba-Ire, and starring yours truly. [Yep! Films]
How Will Packer Became Hollywood's Billion Dollar Man: An interview with the Atlanta-based producer. [Complex]
How to Get a Great Headshot: Julie Jones Ivey shares some great tips. [Georgia Film Site]
Revival of GM plant is part of stage manager’s future — and past: Learn more about 3rd Rail Studios. [GA Studio Alliance]
"Survivor’s Remorse" Producer Dianne Ashford Shares Her Journey: Finding her way to the top. [Hollywood's Black Renaissance]
"Mark Felt" Trailer Released: Liam Neeson stars in the Georgia-lensed film about "Deep Throat." [EW]
CW's Dynasty Casting in Atlanta: THey are looking for "hip hop violinists" among other roles. [Project Casting]
The Curious Case of Complementary Colors: Why are blue and orange so popular in today's filmmaking? [Film School Rejects]
Hacking Film: Automating Your Assembly Cut with Computational Editing: Or, how computers will be editing sooner than you think. [Film Independent]
Other Cool Stuff
Wicket: A Parody Musical: Dad's Garage goes Star Wars! [Dad's Garage Theater]