A Black woman is now a majority owner of a new multi-million dollar Film/Television studio in Atlanta.
Tammy Williams has over 25 years of experience in the Film/Television industry. She has written and produced a plethora of projects such as films, biographies, documentaries, entertainment, and network news.
Williams owned her first digital production company called Tammy’Dele Film in 2016She’s written and produced biographies on entertainment and corporate figures. Her most inspirational interviews were with Motown’s Berry Gordy and Russell Simmons.
Tammy Williams became the first black woman to own her own studio and post-production facility in the state of Georgia and also the first to launch a Motion Picture Career and Education Expo in the state of Georgia-Cinema South Motion Picture Career & Education Expo-to provide opportunities and educate the community on the film industry. She has now taken it a step higher by becoming the first Black woman to own a $135 million studio and post-production facility space in Atlanta, Georgia.
She launched her job training and workshop academy in 2012, which provides hands-on training in the film/TV industry. Now, Tammy’Dele Films’ educational curriculum includes over 25 workshops – helping to launch production careers all across the U.S.