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Cineposium offers case study on how Senoia was reborn through “The Walking Dead”

At one time Senoia was a small Southern town, described by some as Mayberry-esque. Yet the town is anything but a quaint little community these days. It’s become a giant in the filmmaking industry and iconic for what it’s been able to do. As part of last weekend’s Atlanta gathering for the Association of Film...
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