Atlanta Video, Inc. has been producing broadcast programming since 1976. Producer credits include Apocalypse Then (Emmy Award) on The A&E Network and Stabat Mater, an original symphonic work broadcast on PBS, 2009. Broadcast credits include Being Bobby Brown on the Bravo Network, numerous live trial and story broadcasts for Court TV (now truTV), and HBO's production The Making of Warm Springs. Major corporate credits include providing all production services for IBM during the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta as well as program production for UPS, Coca-Cola, HP, American Cancer Society, High Museum of Art, etc. Look around our website and if you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact us. Thank you for your interest, and we look forward to serving your needs.
|Person||William A. Brown|
|Address||368 MORELAND AVE.|
|Phone Number||(404) 523-9660|
William A. Brown
William A. Brown is an independent filmmaker whose award winning work has been shown at festivals throughout the world. As President of Atlanta Video, Mr. Brown has produced literally thousands of media projects since the company's inception in 1976. His documentaries have aired on PBS and The Arts & Entertainment Network.
Mr. Brown also writes feature films, film articles and teaches filmmaking in the Film Studies Department at Emory University. Mr. Brown has written, produced, and directed projects for IBM, the Coca-Cola Company, and the High Museum of Art. Mr. Brown directed the Olympic documentary project for IBM, one the largest documentary film projects in Atlanta's history. In his spare time Mr. Brown can be found filming architectural oddities and ritual crowd activities anywhere from Las Vegas to Angkor Wat.
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Atlanta Video has been producing broadcast programming since the 1970s. Apocalypse Then won and Emmy and was broadcast internationally on the A&E Network. Our most recent broadcast project was a symphony performance of Richard Prior's Pulitzer Prize-nominated Stabat Mater, which aired on PBS. Broadcast credits include truTV, HBO, Bravo and TBS.
Our theory with commercials revolves around the idea that you don't need to spend $500, 000 to produce an ad when you can attain the same result by being clever. The most cost effective ad ever produced in Atlanta used stock footage of the funeral of an English Royal Family member. The narrator informed the audience that the only difference between the exterminator and a high priced exterminator was the price of the funeral.
We've produced performance and music videos for the famous and unknown. Complete projects include videos for The Kinks, James Brown, Speech, Cartel, etc. One of our more unusual video projects is an MTV-style based on a symphonic work by British Composer Richard Prior.