Georgia has become the third-busiest state in the nation (behind California and New York) in terms of film and television production. Since the Clayton State University Digital Film Technician Training Program began a year ago, more productions have come to the state than were even anticipated, and the need for trained workers is now greater than ever.
Georgia Governor Nathan Deal and the director of the Atlanta Film Office continue to be very enthusiastic about the current and future status of the film industry in the state. Georgia and Atlanta are “in it” for the long haul. Many local, county, and state entities are working hard to bring new film-related business and businesses to the state – meaning more jobs.
Digital Film Technician Training Program classes are held in our newly renovated 10,000 square foot studio space – one of the largest teaching studios in the country.
In addition to the Digital Film Technician Training Program, we offer the Post Production Film Editing: Intro to Editing course. If music is in your future, we also offer a Digital Music and Video Production and Entertainment Certificate course.
We look forward to sharing more with you about the exciting career opportunities in the film industry on Saturday, Feb. 7, 10 a.m, at Lucy Huie Hall and Film Studio, 9013 Tara Blvd., Jonesboro.
Information Sessions are free – please join us!
To register online, visit our website www.clayton.edu/Film-and-Digital-Media