A brand new Columbus-based film distribution company was launched Thursday with a local resident in the management position.

Fall Line Entertainment will focus primarily on faith-based and family films, and “will produce and distribute films for theatrical release,” according to a company statement. Some of these projects will be launched in early 2021.

“Columbus has seen a large number of film and production companies take the lead in the Atlanta area’s bottlenecks,” President and CEO Crystal Trawick, who is also President and CEO Crystal Trawick, said in the statement in the statement. native of Columbus. Trawick recently worked as COO of Fun Academy Studios, also based in Columbus.

The company also plans to help filmmakers navigate Georgia’s tax incentives and help with theatrical production, distribution and marketing, the statement said.

In recent years, Fox’s “Hidden Figures,” Disney’s “Need for Speed,” and Paramount’s “Fighting Temptations” have all been filmed, at least partially, in Columbus. “Survive the Night,” a movie starring Bruce Willis and shot in the Columbus area, was recently released in theaters.

“Some may consider this to be a difficult time to start a new business, but luckily this has given me the availability of highly experienced industry professionals to join us,” Trawick said in the press release.

Tandra Smith is the new Ledger-Enquirer reporter. A Georgia Southern University graduate, she’s covered everything from protests to hurricanes and more. Here in Columbus and the Chattahoochee Valley, she will focus on the latest news and trends.



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