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In 2020, Moonshine mixed, colored, or edited over 75 Episodes and Feature Films—including Netflix’s The Liberator (GA’s first posted Dolby Atmos, Dolby Vision, HDR original series) and Oscar-shortlisted / MTV
LEADING THE WAY WITH TEAM, TECH AND TALENT The release of THE LIBERATOR marks the very first show to complete creative post for Netflix in Georgia—let alone with Dolby Atmos, Dolby Vision, and the latest cutting edge
Creep Calm and Carry On Screams came true last year when Moonshine Post successfully completed Creepshow Season 1, a completely MADE IN GA show, from Production to Post. The Walking
NATIONAL ATTENTION, MATTER OF FACT Our long time friend, director Angela Barnes, reached out to collaborate on a bold Voter PSA along with Atlanta-based producer Paul Fox, and a group
Although we never envisioned slinging hand sanitizer, masking, and homeschooling as a part of our feature-color-finishing or TV-series-mixing process, we welcomed this new level of collaboration and fully immersed ourselves
Like many of our post-production peers, we’ve been working from home for more than a month now. In addition to daily stand-up and close-down calls, Asana Project Management, and remote
“We live here, we work here, our families are growing up here…” These were the powerful words shared by Beth Talbert, head of The Georgia Studio & Infrastructure Alliance (GSIA)
We Sundanced. We Slamdanced. But mostly, we Ski-danced. Call it two-stepping through the trees, blue-running between bar-hops, down-hilling on a down-comforter of fresh, fluffy powder–call it what you want, it
Moonshine Post-Production mixed, colored, or edited over 100 episodes and features while working with AMC, Shudder, BET, HBO, OWN, Netflix and BBCKids.
Here’s a glimpse into the incredible independent films being made right here in Georgia. Thank you to Film Impact Georgia for the work you do and for having us on this project. Shout out to our editor Kristina Kromer for her work on this trailer. Most of all, props to the Georgia independent creators that sent in their work! We ❌❌❌ATL!
Will Packer’s surprise on-stage visit at the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s Business of Entertainment Breakfast summed it up for us at Moonshine – the GA entertainment industry is booming, but we
Mad props to Moonshine Post and Blair Bathory along with many strong Georgia natives who have done and continue to do great work. This series is altogether frightening, thrilling, and will surely leave you on the edge of your seat. Stay tuned!