Well the numbers are in and things are looking pretty good for the Georgia film industry. According to the AJC, the film industry spent $933 million in Georgia for the year ending in July. That’s up from $880 million the previous year. This is good news for state that had pretty high unemployment since the downturn.
The film and television industry is expected to grow in Georgia over the next few years and as long as the state legislature continues to support the production industry the future looks bright. Expect to see growth in below the line jobs including electricians, camera assistants, carpenters and drivers.