Full-service production facility with 30% tax credit.
The 11-stage, 33-acre Atlanta studio complex with sound stages offers 250,000 sq ft of production space and 50,000 sq ft of furnished office space. Opened in 2010 by the Cooney family, the studios are ten minutes away from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport with hourly flights daily to and from Los Angeles and New York City and five minutes from downtown luxury hotels. Georgia’s film, entertainment, and digital tax credits of up to 30 percent ensure a vibrant, busy professional community.
The studios have hosted more than 30 scripted television shows and feature films since opening in 2010. The complex was the first full-service production studio campus to open in Atlanta.
The production studios are located at 175 Lakewood Way SW, Atlanta, GA 30315. Contact Kris Bagwell at (404) 333-6506.
Georgia’s Entertainment Industry Investment Act provides a 20 percent tax credit for companies that spend $500,000 or more on production and post-production in Georgia, either in a single production or on multiple projects. The state grants an additional 10 percent tax credit if the finished project includes a promotional logo provided by the state. If a company has little or no Georgia tax liability, it can transfer or sell its tax credits.
Georgia functions as one of the top three production destinations in the country. The economic impact of entertainment industry projects handled by the Georgia Film, Music & Digital Entertainment Office in FY 2018 totals $9.5 billion. The 455 feature film and television productions that shot in Georgia represent $2.7 billion in spending during that fiscal period.
The full-service Atlanta studio complex offers 11 sound stages with 250,000 sq ft of production space. Stages 10 and 11 can be combined to provide 30,000 sq ft of column-free production space. Stages 7 and 8 offer a combined column-free space of 37,500 sq ft under one roof. The stats below follow a Length x Width x Height to Grid format.
Contact Kris Bagwell for more information: (404) 333-6506 or email@example.com
EUE/Screen Gems Lighting, Electric and Grip (LEG) is one of the largest suppliers of lighting and grip gear in the Southeast. We collaborate with California-based MBS Equipment Company to service on-site productions and location productions shooting across North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia. A 30,000 sq ft warehouse serves our clients.
Productions shooting on our studio lot in Atlanta are required to use our LEG. Our trained professionals will work seamlessly with your team and your shooting schedule.
Amanda Tarvis serves as our Lighting and Grip contact in Atlanta: (404) 333-6514 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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When you visit our studios, it’s easy to scout surrounding locations, too. EUE/Screen Gems Studios Atlanta is conveniently located just five minutes from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, the busiest airport in the world with hourly flights to and from Los Angeles and New York City. Another bonus of making your production home with us is that we’re five minutes away from downtown, top-tier hotels, and hundreds of unique shooting locations.
To give you a feel for what we’re talking about, we selected a few choice locations and the distance from our studio lot below.
Once you’ve found the location to shoot, you’ll want to find the right location to sleep, eat and play. We’re five to ten minutes away from these fine downtown hotels, James Beard-nominated restaurants, and abundant nightlife and entertainment.
“Black Panther” – Marvel Studios
“Satisfaction” – NBC Universal for USA Network
“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay” – Parts 1 and 2, Lionsgate
“Devious Maids” – ABC for Lifetime
“Divergent” – two films in the series – Lionsgate