March 7, 2009
Bright Blue Sky Productions won a Gold Addy Award for Durwood Fincher
and a Silver Addy Award for Neva Fickling.
Best of Show Electronic - I Discovered Rock N Roll
Best Videographer - Elliott Dunwody
Best Video Editor - Stephanie Shadden
Best Production Manager - Elliott Dunwody
March 3, 2009
“Please Call Home: The Big House Years”
The NY Theatrical Premiere of Allman Brothers Band Documentary,
Produced by Bright Blue Sky Productions and The Big House Foundation.
Tickets: $25 in advance/$30 at door
Sunday, March 22, 7:30 p.m.
Hamp Swain night at the Georgia Music Fame, September 12, 2008
March 18, 2008 – Macon CVB Orientation Video Wins GOLD!
March 15, 2008 – Museum unveils tribute to Fickling's 1953 Miss America Run. Bright Blue Sky produced the video exhibit on display at the Museum of Arts and Sciences.
March 8, 2008 – The American Advertising Federation: Central Georgia Chapter has announced the winners of the 2007-2008 ADDY® Awards. Bright Blue Sky Productions has won BEST OF SHOW: ELECTRONIC for the Macon Convention and Visitors Bureau Welcome Video. In addition to this award Bright Blue Sky Productions has been awarded ADDY® Awards for:
It's A New Dawn, It's A New Day . . . and the team at Bright Blue Sky Productions are feeling good!
Bright Blue Sky Productions officially opened its doors Thursday, May 24th at 546 Poplar Street. Over 130 people attended the The Grand Opening Party.
Here is the link to the music video displayed at the Grand Opening:
Blue Skies Smiling
Elliott Dunwody isn’t entirely certain about the history of this 1920s era building on Poplar Street in downtown Macon. Once part of the city’s proud retail tradition, it fell on hard times and was replaced by a strip club and other less notable businesses. Now as workers strip away the metal façade to reveal the old brick underneath, Dunwody sees a bright future emerging from Macon’s past.
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Interactive conference draws hundreds of medical professionals to Middle Ga.
A crowded theater of people watched intently as a surgeon cut into a patient's chest Wednesday to perform heart surgery. But this was no movie. The surgery was live and interactive. From an operating room at The Medical Center of Central Georgia, the surgeon was able to describe the procedure in detail.
Medicine and HD Television on Display in Georgia
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Bright Blue Sky Productions provides many different creative shooting opportunities with their newly acquired 25' Cammate with Gator mount. Here are some photos of the crew in action with the Cammate at St. Josephs Catholic Church and The Georgia Sports Hall of Fame in Macon, Georgia.