Via The Atlanta Journal-Constitution written by: Rodney Ho
When Georgia passed its very generous tax credits to draw more TV and film projects to the state in 2008, it took time to attract and build a base of crew members but there are now an ample number of hairstylists, camera operators and caterers to handle 50 or more active productions at once.
It has taken more time for actors, directors and producers to move to Georgia but it’s happening gradually. Maurice Marable, an Emmy-nominated director, is one of those transplants. He moved back to Atlanta in 2018 after 20-plus years in Brooklyn. He and his wife had a daughter later in life and wanted her to be around family since both have siblings in Atlanta. But the city was also where Marable was shooting an IFC show at the time, “Brockmire” with Hank Azaria.
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