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ECG Productions is a Video Production and Post Production Company in Atlanta, Georgia

Since 2007 Entertainment Creative Group Productions, Inc. (ECG Productions) has been offering script-to-screen video production, post-production and animation services for commercials, music videos, feature films, television shows, commercials, corporate, and training projects.

We offer video pre-production, production, post-production and animation services in Atlanta, Georgia and around the world.

Our service offerings include; pre-production, scriptwriting, location and studio production, video editing, 2D and 3D animation, compositing, audio post-production, sound design, original music composition, Blu-ray/DVD mastering, drone aerial photography, 360 Video, Color Correction and Color Grading, and video marketing services.

Our state-of-the-art facility located in north Atlanta can be toured virtually by clicking HERE.

If you are looking for a creative partner that is sharp, passionate, reliable and dedicated to their craft then please contact us now. 

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Video Contracts Part 2: What Types Of Contracts Do You Need For Video Production?

Posted By Jason Marraccini | September 18, 2017

Last month we tackled a general overview of why you need contracts in video production. That included what sorts of protections they afford you, your clients and you vendors (both crew and talent). As you might imagine, contracts are only useful when they are drafted, signed and executed BEFORE the..
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Fantastic Feedback and How To Give It

Posted By Jason Marraccini | September 14, 2017

Post-production is, by definition, a collaborative process. Teamwork is not only crucial internally among the post team, but also externally, between the producer and the client. Its this latter line of communication that I’d like to focus on this month, as this process is something that can make ..
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Piecing Together Georgia’s Post-Production Tax Break

Posted By Jordan Nowlin | September 12, 2017

When you think of the center of the movie-making world, what images come to mind? Do you envision sandy beaches, temperate climes, and So-Cal sensibilities? Do you conjure thoughts of big picture studio lots, droves of famous actors, and avocados with literally every fucking meal? If so, I can’t b..
  1. September 13, 2017

    Brandaniel

    Great read! I don’t think you’re talking out of your as at all, but I would love some clarification on how the selling of these credits on the open market works.

    Say I have $100k in tax credits to sell on the open market, who buys them and are they guaranteed to sell or is it up to me to find a buyer? Say they sell, do I get to keep the $100 and use it for whatever I want or do I have to do something special with it?

    This article would be 10/10 for me if it answered these questions, but right now I have to give it 9/10 for leaving me hanging on the finer points.

    • September 13, 2017

      Jason Sirotin

      Great question Brandaniel! There are two ways this can play out.

      1. If you have $100,000 in Georgia tax credits and you have a large tax liability you can use these credits dollar for dollar and as needed. So let’s say you have $20,000 of tax liability in 2018. In this situation, you can pull from your $100,000 worth of tax credits to cover that liability. Now you have $80,000 in Georgia film and video tax credits remaining in your tax credit stockpile. Pretty sweet deal.

      2. The second scenario is more complicated. Let’s say you don’t have a large tax liability and therefore having a tax credit is worthless to you, that’s when you can opt to sell your tax credits for cold hard cash! The only problem is you can’t sell them dollar for dollar because there is no benefit to the person buying them. In this situation, buyers will pay anywhere from $0.65 to $0.92 on the dollar. So if you only could negotiate $0.65 on the dollar you would get a payout of $65,000 for $100,000 worth of tax credits. Both business and individuals can buy these tax credits and the amount paid for purchase is very dependent on timing. Selling tax credits in February, for example, is a great time to sell because corporations and high net-worth individuals are starting to work on their taxes and their looking for any way to save money.

      I hope this clarification gets this article to a 10. I give your question a 9.5. 🙂

  2. September 14, 2017

    Zach

    Great write up! Thanks for breaking this down so it’s easily digestible. Hopefully this will be another big job creator for the film sector.

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