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Atlanta Film Producer Returns Home Empowering and Challenging Riverwood High School Students With Curriculum-Based Music Video Film Production For International Distribution Choreographed By Laurie-Ann Gibson


Available Light Productions proudly announces the filming of Emily Jackson’s music video “Yeah” Saturday August 26th and Sunday August 27th at Atlanta’s Riverwood High School - motivating students to explore technological and artistic interests.

A major force in the industry, Jacob found himself producing for top musicians Beyoncé, Jamie Foxx, Elton John, Nelly, Lil’ John and Ludacris - nowhere near his planned career when majoring at Emerson College to Direct. “It’s difficult to be creative and no ability to implement it – I’m a Director trapped in a Producer’s body, responsible for hundreds of thousands of dollars in constant jeapordy of anything that halts production. It’s tough, but not living your dream is worse, so I stopped Producing to declare myself the Director I know I am.” An Atlanta Producer for over 10 years, Jacob sought out top industry crew and vendors to support his project that challenges world-renowned Laurie-Ann Gibson to choreograph the largest routine ever filmed in a video comprised of several hundred top Atlanta dancers.

Urban Melodic Entertainment, headed by CBS & BET network Audio Supervisor Charlie Jones, represents 19-year-old Singer Emily Jackson of Montclair, New Jersey. He is currently responsible for mixing several Network shows including “The Late Show with David Letterman”, “Guiding Light”, and “CBS Sports”. His limited funds were no bearing on the magnitude of Jacob’s vision of the video and the success it will be.

Making his own rules as always, the radical and unorthodox Marmer combines forces with Riverwood allowing high school students for the first time to learn film production in an academically rigorous environment, preparing them for a successful future. “Every interest is represented here in some way – accounting, physics of lighting and exposure, set building, fashion, computer technology, translation… everything is needed on a film set eventually.”

Inspired Principal Eddie Echols commits sponsorship with the vast resources of Georgia’s #1 ranked High School, proposing Jacob’s yearly return with expectations of international expansion. Filmmaker Timothy Bembury of the Career and Technology Center serves as Supervising Producer.

Sponsors on any level are urged to join the team and contribute to this momentous educational campaign.

Jacob Marmer


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