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Film Columbus

Lights. Camera. Action! Columbus is quickly becoming a film hub in the state. As a Georgia Camera Ready Community, Columbus can provide local, one-on-one assistance in every aspect of production, from location scouting and film permits, music production at Loft Recording Studio, to catering and lodging. Locals schools like Shaw High SchoolRainey McCullars School of the Arts and Columbus State University are preparing the filmmakers of tomorrow and helping support our homegrown film festivals: Pop Up Video Film Festival, WayDown Film Festival and Wild & Scenic Film Festival.

Springer Film

The Springer Film Institute is passionate about helping our community tell its stories through the power of film. They encourage filmmakers, screen writers, actors, directors (and everyone in between) to contribute to a growing indigenous film culture by offering workshops in acting, directing, screenwriting, post-production, animation, motion graphics and more.

Flat Rock Studio

Flat Rock Studio is a state-of-the-art production facility with 140,000 sq. ft. of stage and workshop space, with stages ranging from 30,000 to 70,000 sq. ft. 40,000 sq. ft. of fully equipped and furnished office space are located in four suites within the main facility housing 40 offices and 5 meeting rooms. Adjacent to the studio is 80 acres of backlot featuring a 2-acre lake and approximately a mile of paved and gravel lots.

Georgia Film Academy Certification

Columbus State University’s College of the Arts offers the Georgia Film Academy’s on-set film production certificate program. These film training courses were designed by Hollywood professionals, and prepare students to enter Georgia’s multi-billion-dollar film industry after just two semesters.

The On-Set Film Production Certificate is offered through the College’s Department of Communication and consists of two courses totaling 18 hours of academic credit. The first is a 6-hour prerequisite course which is an introduction to necessary skills for the film/TV industry. A second course is 12 hours of highly specialized training and hands-on experience which provides students with a basic level of on-set film production skills, knowledge of the film industry’s standard organizational structure, professional equipment, and on-set procedures.