Southern Screen Report is an industry webmagazine for the
southern film and video community, launched on Sept. 19, 2005. It
is published by Front
Runner Communications, Inc. and is heralded by Pamela
The website currently has 8,000-10,000 visitors per month.
Southern Screen Report proclaims the activities of the local
film and video community, and announces opportunities to those who
make their living as film and video creators and crew.
What People are Saying About Us
"The Southern Screen Report is one of
the most industry informative magazines around in Atlanta. It is
easy to read and gives all the important info
fast! It is an
invaluable tool for anyone that wants to get in, learn about, and
be a part of the film industry in Georgia."
-- Sylvia Jackson, Producer/Director, Film Captive Productions
"Southern Screen Report is a great one-stop resource
for Atlanta filmmakers to keep up with the flow. It's a wonderful
potpourri of what's shooting, what's showing, who's doing what,
and even a movie review or two to round it out. SSR has all the
--Milford Thomas, Writer/Director, Claire, Uncloudy Day
"Southern Screen Report and Pamela Cole are an indisputable
resource for the Southeastern filmmaking community. Any great film
or art community has a great publication that helps bring creators
together and showcase their talents. The Southern Screen Report
is that publication for the Southeast."
--Chad Eikhoff, Executive Producer, Wonder Studios, LLC
"SSR is exactly what we need in this community. The presentation
is stunning and the content is informative and timely. Please keep
--Dr. Kay Beck, Georgia Film, Video & Music Advisory Commission
Member, Director of Digital Arts Entertainment Lab (DAEL) at Georgia
"SSR is a great resource for the Southern film community,
and those that want to learn more about it. I read it to keep in
touch with Atlanta filmmakers and find it to be the best written
web-resource on the local film scene. Kudos on a great web-zine."
-- Brian Newman, Executive Director, National video Resources
"Southern Screen Report has been and continues to be
a valuable asset to the Georgia film and video industry. Not only
are the articles and reviews interesting, insightful and well-written,
they promote some of the most talented filmmakers and creative artists
in the SE and help to keep Georgia positioned as the entertainment
hub that it is. We were happy to help distribute copies of Southern
Screen Report when I was director of the Georgia Film, Video &
Music Office. I wish the publication much continued success!"
--Greg Torre, Division Director, Global Commerce, Georgia
Department of Economic Development
"The Southern Screen Report is an invaluable resource
for the Atlanta Film Community. The design is inviting and the articles
are extremely informative. It's become the Variety of the southeast."
--Shandra McDonald, Producer/Writer, The Last Adam
"I'm so proud of Pam and her team of volunteers who've diligently
put out the Southern Screen Report over the last year. It's
a great publication, very thorough and professional. Keep up the
good work you guys!"
-- Nancy B. Howard, Visionary Marketing Group, Georgia Big
Picture Conference (GABPC)
Editor Pam Cole's Southern Screen Report takes on the challenge
and responsibility of connecting our film community by giving us
up-to-date news and views that support and promote filmmaking in
the Southeast. Southern Screen Report commits to the independent
filmmaker, and by doing so, gives us a rich record by which to mark
our efforts to make a difference. Congratulations to Pam Cole and
Southern Screen Report on your first anniversary!
--Kristen McGary, Cine Vita Productions