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Package + Pitch™: FILM

We are pleased to bundle two comprehensive services under one umbrella, and offer you All Access Plan® with Package + Pitch™: FILM. You have the opportunity to create a funding package for one low, flat fee that you can confidently present to your target audience. Our All Access Plan® provides you with unlimited, privileged communications […]
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All Access Plan®

We are pleased to announce a revolutionary way to deliver essential legal services to you. All Access Plan® creates bespoke legal services for clients in arts & entertainment. It may be used alone for career coaching or business counseling, or combined with one of our other branded services, Package + Pitch™: FILM, Production Legal Starter […]
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The Georgia Entertainment Industry Postproduction Investment Act (explained)

Above: my time as a legislative aide while a 3L at Georgia State University College of Law for Senate Minority Leader, Steve Henson, during the 2012 regular session. Many good memories on the Senate floor and great experience being part of the legislative process, including working with luminaries like former Senator Jason Carter, Senators Fort, […]
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Music Supervision & Producer Services

We are proud to present Counterintuitive Consulting, LLC, a firm offering music supervision and producer services to the film, television, and digital entertainment industries! Counterintuitive Consulting, LLC offers qualifying entertainment projects under the Georgia Entertainment Industry Investment Act with music supervision or producer services. Music supervision services include clearing pre-existing works and commissioning new works […]
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Got Consent? Legal Issues in Film, Pt. 3: The Players

If the story lays the foundation, and the script forms a blueprint, then the players build the motion picture. Players are writers, directors, actors, producers, casting directors, composers, and crew. Employment agreements between the production company and creators define the nature of the relationships. They contain key provisions, the most relevant to creators being the […]
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