PAM Studios
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PAM Studios was created to inspire people from all over the world to dream big and make a difference. As a woman owned studio and media company with Latin America Heritage, the studio provides opportunities for females and other minority groups to succeed in the film and television industry that get their stories told. 
Breakdown stereotypes by promoting dignified roles for underserved cultures.


By providing opportunites to tell great storiesthrough their perspectives.


Georgia: The Right State for the Right Studio

With the favorable entertainment tax incentives, Georgia ranks as the top producer of film, television and commercial production in the United States and the world. Film and TV production professionals know that Georgia is a ‘Camera-Ready’ state with highly desirable financial incentives, diverse locations, production resources and professional support to make any size production a success. Qualifying productions receive a 20% tax credit and an additional 10% credit for embedding a Georgia promotional logo in the film title or credits.

According to the Georgia Department of Economic Development, between July 1, 2016, and June 30, 3017, the industry had an economic impact of $9.5 billion in Georgia. It also generated 92,100 jobs, directly employing 28,700 Georgians, and workers took home $4.6 billion in wages.

Market Evaluation

Global box office revenue is forecasted to increase from about 38 billion U.S. dollars in 2016 to nearly 50 billion U.S. dollars in 2020. The U.S. is the third largest film market in the world. According to a recent survey, 13 percent of Americans go to the movies about once a month,
seven percent go see movies in the movie theater several times a month.

This is a considerable share taking into account the 52 percent of American adults who prefer watching movies at home. 

An important consideration when evaluating our target audience demographic for several reasons:
  • Hispanics in the United States are more likely than any other ethnic group to purchase movie tickets (25%) relative to their share of the population and share of moviegoers (17%). Commanding roughly $1 trillion in spending power. Via the MPAA and University of Georgia study entitled The Multicultural Economy
  • Latinos only made up 4.9% of movie characters across the top 100 grossing films. Via the Media, Diversity and Social Change Initiative Report
  • The growth of alternative media provides new and lower cost options for the younger viewer seeking targeted and innovative content viewed through digital broadcast, streaming, VOD and DVD channels.