The DeKalb Entertainment Commission will host its third Entertainment Expo. The event is an interactive, up-close and personal Entertainment Expo highlighting the abundant resources and information available within DeKalb County and the State of Georgia for DeKalb companies, organizations, professionals and residents in search of establishing a presence in the film, television, music, and digital entertainment industry.
The 2019 Expo will feature:
• Panel Sessions
• Interactive Master Classes
• Movie Screenings
• One-on-One Meetings with Industry Professionals
• Industry Related Vendors
• Realistic On-Set Location – on the Stage House of Mule, Zombieland 2 and more…
• Take-Home Resources
The Expo will be an entire day of taking a comprehensive look at the current state of Entertainment, evolving new trends, provide an exclusive experience to learn “How To” in the industry of television and film, walk away with tangible resources and connections to enhance your portfolio and entertainment connections, and provide guidance on how to get into the entertainment business in Georgia. Whether you are a seasoned professional, just starting out in the industry or looking to make a career change, all attendees will walk away with a wealth of knowledge.
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Anime Weekend Atlanta is a 4 day convention held annually at the Cobb Galleria, and Renaissance Waverly Hotel. The event is a family-friendly celebration of Japanese anime (animation), manga (comics) and cosplay (costume-play) and is held annually during the last weekend of September.
AWA was first organized in 1994, with the first convention held in 1995. Since then, AWA has been recognized as one of the most popular Japanese Animation conventions in the United States, and one of the top ten attended anime conventions in North America. In 2016, over 28,000 people attended the event.
Why does AWA exist?
AWA has three goals in hosting its events
- Provide a venue for fans of Japanese Animation and Manga to come together in a festive environment
- Educate people about the history and culture surrounding Anime and Manga by hosting guests from the industry
- Learn about Japanese culture through animation and comics
Who are the people behind the curtain?
- We’re all fans, just like you. Every dollar spent by attendees goes back into making the show bigger and better for subsequent years. We do this for the love of anime, caffeine, and the smiles on peoples faces when they’ve met their idol or made a new friend.
What can I do at AWA?
- AWA offers a wide variety of fan panels, guests from all over the world, concerts, activities, video games, table top games and cosplay galleries. Not only that, but we have an expansive dealer’s room, and incredible artist alley, and the cutest maid cafe you ever will see.
- Not only do we offer 24 hour programming, but AWA is a fun place to meet people and make new friends- and not to mention snap a few pictures of some amazing cosplays.
DreamHack Atlanta is a three-day event with everything gaming under one roof! DreamHack Atlanta will feature all core content of a DreamHack festival, such as the BYOC LAN, esports tournaments, cosplay, live music, an expo area and much more. It is a must visit for any fans of the digital and gaming lifestyle.
A world of gamers, a community of friends
Over the past 20 years, DreamHack has been building the world’s largest digital lifestyle festival – a place for gamers and digital natives of all stripes to come together to compete, make new friends and celebrate all of the things that make internet culture great. Every year, they host gaming festivals, manage global esport productions, and broadcast entertaining content to our community around the world. Their goal is to create the most engaging and interactive events for gaming fans possible.
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