Georgians who work in the film/TV industry at home during the pandemic.
“We are launching an online film festival for our students. We were in the process of filming multiple short films, and we’re finishing those the best we can. We want to share what this current situation is like for them. I’m also trying to figure out how to direct films virtually, so I can continue my own work on feature films.
“At home, I’ve planted a garden bed and painted a wall so my daughter Ziona has a self-tape space to use for auditions. We’ve brought the studio home.”
— Mike Morris, visual storytelling teacher at Utopian Academy for the Arts in Clayton County.