Georgia film leaders assemble for Business of Entertainment: Focus on Film event

Over 350 film industry leaders packed out The Fox Theater Dec. 8 for Atlanta Business Chronicle's inaugural Business of Entertainment: Focus on Film event.

The sold-out event's focus was the Peach State's burgeoning film industry, which had an economic impact of $7 billion and a direct spend of $2 billion in fiscal 2015. Georgia is now tied for No. 3 as a filming location worldwide, behind only Los Angeles and New York.

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The 2016 Great American Main Street Award winners have succeeded in making their towns an exciting place to live, work, play and visit through implementing historic preservation-based methodology for downtown revitalization.


May 24, 2016

I had such a great experience filming in Dahlonega. The city and county representatives are extremely helpful and eager to support film productions in any way possible. It’s pretty remarkable to come to a small, quaint mountain town like this to find such a professional, production ready atmosphere. Not only are you dealing with great people, but you’re also in one of the prettiest areas in Georgia!  I hope to be back soon!

Walter Thompson, Locations Manager

May 24, 2016

Downtown Dahlonega is a sparkling example of how careful planning, small business support and historic preservation can combine to create a thriving downtown. Its downtown district, art galleries, restored theater and courthouse stand out in North Georgia, making Dahlonega a viable place to do business. 

Patrice Frey, National Main Street Center

May 23, 2016

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