“In a stalled economy, this business has absolutely been thriving,” said local talent agent Mystie Buice. Before the the tax credits her clients mostly worked in commercials and corporate videos. Now she’s helping them land more sizable gigs and is working with people moving here from elsewhere.
“Even people who have gone to L.A. in the past are seeing more opportunities here,” she said.
Pick up this Sunday’s Atlanta Journal-Constitution or head to myajc.com to get more on this story, including:
- An inside look at the films being shot recently at Screen Gems, Georgia's busiest movie studio complex
- A quiz on Georgia movie trivia
- An analysis of how the movie business is changing the jobs in Georgia