Watching her “child” audition for parts in movies and TV projects shot in Atlanta, Livia Hostetler has developed some do’s and don’t’s.
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How to list your house
Think your house could be a star? Consider listing it in the location library maintained by the Georgia Film Commission. There’s no telling which look will be needed for a TV show, movie or commercial, only that, as the film office says: “Much of our success rests on the diverse and interesting locations that are present here in Georgia.” To get started, go to www.georgia.org, click on “film and TV production” and then “List your property as a film location.” You’ll be asked to fill out a “location submission form” and given instructions on the types of digital photos to include. And they’re not just looking for homes — commercial property can be submitted for inclusion as well.