Five major Georgia film and television studios have partnered to form a formal association called “The Georgia Studio and Infrastructure Alliance.” The Georgia Studio and Infrastructure Alliance (GSIA) will serve as a legislative and educational advocacy group for studio and production support businesses in Georgia’s film and television industry.
THE GEORGIA STUDIO & INFRASTRUCTURE ALLIANCE will align interests for legislative advocacy and industry education. Atlanta (March 18, 2015) Today, the Georgia Studio & Infrastructure Alliance (GSIA) announced the members of a new film and television studio and infrastructure association for Georgia: Eagle Rock Studios Atlanta, EUE/Screen Gems Studios Atlanta, Mailing Avenue Stageworks, Tyler Perry Studios and Triple Horse Studios.
Five of the state’s biggest film studios have banded together to form the Georgia Studio and Infrastructure Alliance. The alliance describes itself as a “legislative and educational advocacy group” for the studios and production support companies here in Georgia.
Tyler Perry Studios Forms Film, TV & Infrastructure Alliance w/ 4 Other Major Atlanta Studios It’s not called Hollywood of the South for nothing, as more and more filmmakers I know continue to move to the state – specifically, Atlanta.
Five studios in the US state of Georgia have come together to focus on training the regional film crew pool. The Georgia Studio & Infrastructure Alliance will also act as an advocacy group for local production. Georgia’s recent productions have included Selma and Ant-Man.
ATLANTA – Five major movie and television studios in Georgia have come together to create the Georgia Studio & Infrastructure Alliance (GSIA), a 501 C-6 group designed to serve as a legislative and educational advocacy effort. Eagle Rock Studios Atlanta, EUE/Screen Gems Studios Atlanta, Mailing Avenue Stageworks, Tyler Perry Studios and Triple Horse Studios are the founding members of the GSIA.
It’s often been said that when you add a billion here to a billion there, you start talking about real money. Gov. Nathan Deal had that option today, Aug. 2, when he announced that feature film and television productions produced in Georgia generated an economic impact of more than $7 billion during fiscal year 2016, …