This has been a very busy year for Cinema Greens, and 2018 looks to be even busier.
The plant and decorative rental company expanded into the Metropolitan Warehouse & Arts District in July 2017, but quickly outgrew their new space in just a few short months. The company is pleased to announce they are joining forces with CAPS, owned by Bob Lucas, and moving into the Historic East Point Archive Building in March 2018.
According to Jeff Brown, former HOD of Universal Studios Greens Department (Los Angeles), “We are aiming to have the doors open on our new 15,000 square-foot warehouse by April 1, 2018. It will be filled with huge silk trees, topiaries, Christmas décor, pottery, vine, boxwood walls, and tons of other decorative elements for your greens and set decorating departments.”
Cinema Greens has also recent ly announced their partnership with Autograph Foliages, based out of Cleveland, Oh, to become their vendor in Georgia for the film and television industries. “We will carry a full showroom exclusively filled with Autograph products, offer custom fabrication options, and pass along our wholesale relationships to help stretch your budget,” says the company’s art director, Bryan A. McBrien. “It will be a shop like no one has ever seen on the East Coast. Ever.”
Wedding and event planners should take note as well, since Cinema Greens will travel anywhere at any time—much like their former careers as greens coordinators for the biggest budget films in the world. “We have covered about 75 percent of the country at some point or another, on such films as Fate of the Furious, Ant Man, Jumanji, War Dogs, Iron Man 2 and 3, and hundreds more. Our training and skills have been passed down over generations of Hollywood filmmakers, and we are very excited to offer them to private industry for the first time ever,” says McBrien. “Nothing is out of the question. If you have a concept, we will find a way to bring it to life.”