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FAA Approved Drone Crew
First of all, we are FAA Part 107 and FAA 333 exempt and insured Drone Crew. As a result, Our dynamically training pilots are certified with years of flying experience. What does FAA mean for drones? This means Atmosphere Cinema is authorized to fly drones for cinematic and in addition, data collection purposes all over the country. We are 100% authorized by the US government to operate our drones for commercial purposes. For more information about drone, laws check out the FAA website.
Our Drone Crew
Atmosphere Aerial drone crew is most of all made up of full-size helicopter pilots, directors, cinematographers, editors, motion graphic artist and finally lighting specialists. Our crew has years of onset experience mastering the gamut of technical skills and knowledge Therefore with this knowledge, we saw a new tool emerge for the cinema space that would open up new opportunities for creative storytelling and raise production value. Since then our team has mastered the art of cinematic camera movement. From feature films, live production, broadcast, and events, in conclusion, there is nothing our drone crew has not done.
About Atmosphere Cinema’s New Orleans Drone Crew
Atmosphere Cinema’s New Orleans Drone Crew has worked with a number of high profile projects for clients like Netflix, Amazon also National Geographic and Red Bull just to name a few of our recent work. First of all New Orleans is an amazing setting for film and TV production. With pilots and drones, available Atmosphere Cinema in New Orleans is ready to fly any project. Atmosphere Cinema, as the drone industry leader for drone cinematography and professional drone services and drone crews for New Orleans Louisiana. Furthermore, Atmosphere Cinema is born from creativity or storytelling that allows us to take one any drone services that your project may need. Atmosphere Cinema uses only the most cutting-edge drone tech that is infused with years of experience in the film industry and dedicated professional FAA drone pilots, camera ops, and crew members to ensure that every drone cinematography project is consequently only the best. From TV shows, extreme sports, also feature films, and commercial production Atmosphere Cinema used years of expertise and cutting-edge drone technology to ensure your project is completed on time and as planned.
Why Filming in Lousiana is Great with our New Orleans Drone Crew
- First of all, Louisiana has a beneficial statewide Tax-Credit for film and TV production.
- Atmosphere Aerial is a Louisiana based as a result would allow productions to receive the Louisiana tax credit if they use our drone Crew.
- All Atmosphere Aerial’s drone crews are FAA approved to fly in all locations, including the most major airport areas.
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Film industry in Georgia and New Orleans Drone Crew
The film industry in Georgia was, in 2015, the third largest among U.S. states eclipsed only by California and New York State. The industry in Georgia was boosted substantially by tax incentives introduced in 2002 and strengthened in 2008. The state government claims $770 million in economic impact to Georgia (2009), while industry sources claim that the tax subsidy costs the state $141 million (2010). Atlanta is the center of the film industry in Georgia with Turner, Tyler Perry and EUE/Screen Gems studios located there. There were 348 productions shot in the state in 2009. Films shot in Georgia include Tyler Perry‘s Meet the Browns (2008), Life as We Know It (2010), and Contagion (2011). Atlanta has been called the “Hollywood of the South”.
Research by Film Works L.A., a campaign to keep movie production in Los Angeles, shows Georgia in the #4 position (or if including Canadian provinces, #5 in North America). Note that California, #1 is not included in the chart:
|State/province||Production spending (USD million)||Feature films||TV shows||Total projects||Cost (USD million)|
|New York State (2013)||1,880||85||30||119||367|
|British Columbia (2013)||778||36||14||94||129|
Incentives New Orleans Drone Crew
The state’s first tax incentive, a point of purchase sales and use tax exemption, was introduced in 2002. The state’s second and most progressive tax incentive, the Georgia Entertainment Industry Investment Act, was signed into law in May 2005 and updated in May 2008. The act granted qualified productions a transferable income tax credit of 20% of all in-state costs for film and television investments of $500,000 or more. An additional 10% tax credit was awarded to approved projects that embed a Georgia Entertainment Promotional logo within the titles or credits of each production. This vanity card, usually seen in closing credits, is rendered as an image of the Georgia Department of Economic Development‘s peach logo, a link to the GDEC’s filming-specific tourism website, and a male voice saying or a woman singing “Made in Georgia”. In 2005 Georgia spent $10.3 million on its film incentive. That amount increased to $140.6 million by 2010. By the fiscal year 2015, the amount spent by Georgia in issued tax credits for the year was just over $504 million.
Impact on economy
The Georgia Film, Music & Digital Entertainment Office states that more than 700 feature films, TV movies, TV series, single episodes, and pilots have been produced in Georgia since 1972, generating $7 billion in economic impact. They estimate the economic impact of entertainment industry projects that they handled in 2009 was $770 million. According to the Georgia Department of Economic Development:
- There are more than 5,000 individual technicians and other workers in Georgia
- The average number of local employees on a medium budget feature film is about 150-175
- On a larger budget production, there are about 200-250 local employees
- The average feature film budget is $41.7 million
- The average amount (below-the-line) of feature film budget spent in a state is 60% – 70%. This is higher for locally produced projects.
Facilities New Orleans Drone Crew
Atlanta has become a center for film and television production and counts the presence of Turner Studios, which produces content for the Turner Broadcasting family of stations; since 2008 the Tyler Perry Studios in Southwest Atlanta; and since 2010 the EUE/Screen Gems soundstages in Lakewood Heights, south Atlanta, and to a limited extent, the facilities of Georgia Public Broadcasting, where the first season of Swift Justice with Nancy Grace was taped using state tax credits. Both films and many popular TV shows such as The Real Housewives of Atlanta, Tyler Perry‘s series, and Family Feud (since Season 13 of the 1999 revival, starting in 2011) are produced in Atlanta, while Floyd County Productions‘s FXX animated series Archer and several Adult Swim animated series are also produced under GEDC tax credits. In 2014, Pinewood Studios opened a large studio in Fayette County, Georgia. Films such as Ant Man and Captain America: Civil War has been shot at the studio.
Productions in Georgia
There were 348 productions shot in the state in 2009. These industry establishments are supported wholly or in part by the production of feature films; television movies, series, pilots and miniseries; commercials, music videos, documentaries and still shoots.
Films shot in Metro Atlanta and New Orleans Drone Crew
Films shot in Atlanta include Little Darlings (1980), Sharky’s Machine (1981), Driving Miss Daisy (1989), Outbreak (1995), Tyler Perry‘s Meet the Browns (2008), Life as We Know It (2010), and Contagion (2011). Covington in Metro Atlanta has been home to dozens of feature and television projects that include the hit TV series The Vampire Diaries and In the Heat of the Night. Although many types of films are shot in Atlanta, the New York Times in 2011 recognized the particular concentration of horror and zombie-themed productions in the city.
Films shot outside Metro Atlanta
- Crawfordville has been host to more than 8 feature films and television movies including Get Low, Sweet Home Alabama, The Neon Bible, Stars and Bars and Coward of the County.
- Savannah has been host to dozens of feature film and television projects that include: The Last Song, The Conspirator, The Legend of Bagger Vance, Forrest Gump, The Gift, Glory, Forces of Nature, and The General’s Daughter.
- Columbus hosted The Fighting Temptations at its RiverCenter for the Performing Arts.
- Rome hosted Sweet Home Alabama, as well as The Mosquito Coast, Remember the Titans, and Class of ’61.
- Americus was host to the TV movie To Dance with the White Dog.
- The small town of Juliette was revitalized when Fried Green Tomatoes was largely shot there.
- Sherwood Pictures produced the Christian theme films Flywheel, Facing the Giants, Fireproof and Courageous, all filmed in and around Albany.
- The American post-apocalyptic zombie comedy Zombieland amusement park scenes were filmed at Wild Adventures theme park in Valdosta.
- The Walking Dead is shot nearly all in Georgia. The first season used many locations in and around Atlanta, and subsequent seasons have moved to a 120 acres (0.49 km2) lot outside of Senoia and additional locations nearby.
- Stranger Things was principally filmed in Jackson as a stand-in for the fictional “Hawkings, Indiana”, with other nearby areas serving as other sets.
- http://www.washingtontimes.com, The Washington Times (29 August 2015). “How Atlanta became the Hollywood of the South”. The Washington Times. Retrieved 25 May 2016.
- Film Works L.A.
- Georgia Department of Economic Development Archived February 13, 2012, at the Wayback Machine.
- Bell, Kandice (February 25, 2017). “Pinewood Studios expanding to accommodate film industry in Ga”. Times Herald.
- Robbie Brown, “Zombie Apocalypse? Atlanta Says Bring It On”, New York Times, October 18, 2011
- Pane, Lisa Marie (October 22, 2017). “‘The Walking Dead’ reaches 100th episode milestone”. The Washington Post. Retrieved October 23, 2017.
- Wigler, Josh (October 23, 2017). “‘Walking Dead’ Turns 100: Taking a Stroll Through the Show’s Apocalyptic Set”. The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved October 23, 2017.
- Gross, Dough (July 19, 2016). “New Netflix Show ‘Stranger Things’ Films in Georgia”. The Wrap. Retrieved September 15, 2016.