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Bo Legs | An Atlanta Story


Adelin Gasana

From the Director

"I was originally brought in to do just archival research on the project. But slowly I was elevated to writer, editor and then director,” Gasana recalls. “I eventually fell in love with the story.” Working with a small team led by Marvin Arrington, Jr. as Executive Producer, the team aimed to cover the long, impactful career of one of Atlanta’s most significant leaders. "

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Tyler Perry Presents - The OVal Season 6 (Trailer)

CAB Castings, LLC. is looking for Secret Service Agents, Male, of All Ethnicities, and Ages 21-50, to be a part of the hit TV Show The Oval Season 6, filming in Atlanta, GA.

The Oval is an American political drama and soap opera created, executive produced, written, and directed by Tyler Perry, that premiered on October 23, 2019, on BET. The series chronicles the lives of a family placed in the White House by people of power, while also highlighting the personal side and everyday lives of the staff who run its inner workings.

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Mama Jan - Breath

Breathe - the latest song written and performed by "Mama Jan" Smith, recorded and produced in Atlanta, GA at Homegirl Ent./Jan Smith Studios. The brilliantly executed lyric video was created by Mil Cannon (Imagemil). Smith and long-time bandmate, Peter Vogl recorded all acoustic guitars at her Atlanta-based studio with colleague Jesse Owen Astin (JOA) engineering. JOA later added a Moog synthesizer and pad, and Smith roughed in a string sketch. Rounding out the production, Christian Howes wrote a brilliant string arrangement and recorded authentic violins, violas, and cellos onto the track. The song was mixed by Shawn Grove with Mama Jan, and was mastered by Rodney Mills Masterhouse in Duluth, GA.

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Black Women Film Network Summit 2022 Recap

Established in 1997 as the Black Women Film Preservation Project, the organization was founded to preserve the voice of Black women in film and increase the numbers of women of all cultures in the entertainment industry. Rebranded as The Black Women Film Network (BWFN), our mission is to empower women of color to “tell the untold stories” through feature films, documentaries, television and digital media. We provide effective programs that develop film entrepreneurs, engage new audiences and bring awareness to the positive portrayal of women of color.

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Support Georgia Filmmakers - Film Impact GA 2023

Moonshine Post gives a glimpse into the incredible independent films being made right here in Georgia. Thanks to Film Impact Georgia for help on this project. Shout out to Moonshine Post's editor Kristina Kromer for her work on this trailer. Props to the Georgia independent creators that sent in their work! We love ATL!

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