The Credits In each episode of The Credits, host Kalena Boller meets someone who works in Georgia's multibillion dollar film industry. Kalena works as a location manager on major film and television projects.. With more than 40 credits to her name, her credits include AMC's The Walking Dead and FOX's Star. This podcast is Kalena's love letter to the people whose names you may see in the credits at the end of a movie or TV show, but don't really understand what they do.
The Credits

The Credits

From Georgia Public Broadcasting

In each episode of The Credits, host Kalena Boller meets someone who works in Georgia's multibillion dollar film industry. Kalena works as a location manager on major film and television projects.. With more than 40 credits to her name, her credits include AMC's The Walking Dead and FOX's Star. This podcast is Kalena's love letter to the people whose names you may see in the credits at the end of a movie or TV show, but don't really understand what they do.

Most Recent Episodes

Bob Carter, Voice Actor

Voice actor Bob Carter has made a name for himself in the video game and anime worlds. His credits include games like Mortal Kombat and Street Fighter. He's also featured in a host of anime projects like Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry, Dragonball Z and Full Metal Alchemist. Bob talks with host Kalena Boller ahead of his appearance at Atlanta's MomoCon.

Chad Darnell, Casting Director

Host Kalena Boller talks with Chad Darnell, a casting director, writer, and actor in Georgia. Chad has played a major role in the growth of the film industry in Savannah. He talks about that and his new podcast, "OMG, I LOVE YOU."

Stephanie Morales, Craft Services

Kalena Boller chats with Stephanie Morales, who runs a food truck on film and television sets. (This interview was originally released November 9, 2018)

SCAD's Approach To Changing The Film Industry

Host Kalena Boller visits the main campus of the Savannah College of Arts and Design to find out how the university is trying to change the culture of the film and television industry.

Cori Graves, SCAD Student

On a recent episode, we visited the the Savannah College of Arts and Design to learn how that school is teaching cultural changes in the film industry. If you heard that show, then you heard from SCAD student Cori Graves. When she's not on campus, you'll often find her working on professional productions in the Savannah area.

Richard Vialet, Cinematographer

As a cinematographer, Richard Vialet plays a central role in the way a movie looks. He told host Kalena Boller that requires understanding not just the set, but the surroundings ... and the full story.

Film Biz Recycling

On this show, we've heard from many different people who work in Georgia's film industry, but that industry has taken a life of its own OFF set. Case in point? Film Biz Recycling. It's a prop house, on Savannah's west side, and this prop house is working to clean up the environment.

Nathaniel Kendrick, Electrician

Nathaniel Kendrick is a longtime electrician who works on film and television sets. He talks about what he does, and recalls some of the unsung heroes who paved the way for other cast and crew members of color.

Bolaji and Irie Bailey, Grips

Bolaji Bailey began working on sets in Georgia in the 1980's in the camera and electric departments. His son, Irie, followed in his dad's footsteps. The two map out how the state's entertainment industry is becoming more racially diverse.

Whit Norris, Sound Mixer

Two technical qualities matter most in a movie: how it looks, and how it sounds. Whit Norris has worked for years as a sound mixer in Georgia's film industry. He's working on the third installment of the Bad Boys franchise starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence, now shooting in Atlanta.

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