About TammyDele Films Workshops
Tammy’Dele Films (TDF), a full service film and television production company,
have launched Tammy’Dele Films Job Training and Workshops, offering careerfocused education training in Georgia’s growing film and television industry.
“We started our first workshop in December 2014 and are pleased with the
response from the students and productions that are hiring them, stated Tammy
Williams, founder and CEO of Tammy’Dele Films. The reason we started this job
training program and workshops, was due to our production needs and the
growing demand of other industry positions. When we started receiving calls from
other production companies searching for good production assistants, we
decided to start a production assistant-training program first and have added
additional workshops since our inception,” continued Williams.
A Production Assistant (P.A.) is the entry-level position for the TV and film
production industry almost everyone starts out as a P.A. After working as a P.A.
for three to four years to gain experience and connections, you can move up into
more skilled positions in specific crew departments. One can expect long hours,
physical labor, outdoor-work in all kinds of weather, while earning $100.00 to
$200.00 per day.
Taking the P.A. certification course, definitely gave me the advantage over the
average person entering into this field without any experience, it basically made
me more marketable, stated Joseph Parker, a recent graduate of the Production
“We are so proud of our graduates, with many having worked on productions
such as, Ant Man, Spider Man, Guardians of the Galaxy, Tyler Perry
Productions, Will Packard Productions, The Walking Dead, Baby Driver and so
many other productions in and around the state of Georgia, stated Williams.
Recent graduate Abigale stated, “My experience with the workshop was
fantastic! I am a visual learner. I knew I needed to know things before I got on
set, I did not want to get on set and not know things. I even learned how to set-up
a resume, which I did not know how. This is a great place to start if you are new
or trying to get back into the industry and need a refresher course. “
Georgia-lensed feature film and television productions generated an economic
impact of $9.5 billion during FY 2017. The 320 feature film and television
productions shot in Georgia represent $2.7 billion in direct spending in the state.
Tammy’Dele has expanded their workshops to include, Set Production
Assistant, Office Production Assistant, Hair and Make-up, How To Play Digital
And Win! Creating A Successful Web-Series with television and digital executive
Alvin V. Williams, Special Effects make-up with the Engineer Guy and Lighting
and Grip boot camp with MBS Equipment, and many more industry driven