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Why FILM Atlanta?

FILM Atlanta, as a part of VoiceoverCity, LLC is the areas largest structured networking organization.  With over 3,000 members in it’s local Meetup group, nearly 10,000 Facebook Fans, and over 3,000 Twitter Followers, FILM Atlanta connects with the Atlanta FILM community while working to expand, equip, and connect people with opportunities.

The Mission of FILM Atlanta is to serve as a central professional resource for those interested in pursuing a career in the greater Atlanta FILM industry.  We believe that through effective networking, education, and a commitment to excellence, the Atlanta market will continue to expand and attract talent and opportunities well into the future.

The culture at FILM Atlanta is one where people are welcomed.  We warmly accept and appreciate talent at all levels and ages.  There no ‘Newbies’ at FILM Atlanta.  There are “Novices” who are working their way to excellence in their chosen areas of study.  We are honest about the amount of work it takes to succeed in any endeavor.  The FILM industry required talented, committed, and prepared people to fill its many roles. and FILM Atlanta is honored to play a rolled in that development.

Recent Blog Post?

Open Call for Production Team October 23rd @FILM Atlanta

PLEASE READ COMPLETELY Coffee with Monica, an acclaimed live morning program out of Arkansas is launching a pilot effort in the Atlanta market. They are seeking people in the following categories to join their team. The initial project does NOT have a budget at this...

7 Ways to Get Work Without Representation

Can actors get work without representation? When I meet young actors at the start of their careers, or actors of any age who are not represented by an agent and/or manager, they ask me this question. I firmly believe that the answer is a resounding “Yes!” As a casting...

Self-tape information….

The self-tape has taken over and I both do and see a lot of them. However, there is one common mistake that all actors or studios make when self-taping: a poor reader. Read the full article...

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