Georgia Film Tax Credit, meet your reward. Tru TV is looking for several Georgia mayors for a new documentary. A British based production company Double Act TV is seeking suggestions of Mayors from small to mid-sized towns that may fit with a series they are producing. We received an email this morning which included the following:
I gather there’s probably hundreds of mayors in Georgia but we’re looking for those who run towns/cities of anything between 500 and 40,000 people; ideally on the smaller side as i’m aware of many of the bigger mayors. The key really though is to find mayors with especially colourful and eccentric personalities who are natural on camera, extremely charismatic, passionate about their jobs and are active in the community. They might not necessarily be the most well known or popular, but they must have quirks and HUGE entertainment value. The mayor might have big ideas and also aren’t afraid to try things differently; they might even be controversial. Every town needs leadership and we want to show the ideas and mayors which form and affect American communities.
Politically engaged, I was wondering if you could kindly spread our search to any organisations, colleagues or members you think might have some good ideas and suggestions.We’ve previously found that people like yourself and the connections you have, come up with some excellent recommendations because your aware of the mayors, the policies and issues affecting your state. If there are any mayors you think would be great for our feature please get in touch; I’m contactable by email or I’m happy to have a conversation if you wish to know more about the project. Much appreciated.