ATLANTA'S RICH FILM HISTORY
The film industry is booming in Georgia, with over 1,500 movies and television shows filmed here since 1972. Atlanta has been fortunate to play a key role in many, including Ant-Man, Driving Miss Daisy, Captain America: Civil War, The Vampire Diaries, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Sully, Ride Along, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay parts 1 & 2, and The Walking Dead.
Since 2012, Atlanta Movie Tours has been providing a whole new way to see the city for visitors and locals alike. Our tour guides share behind-the-scenes details and stories from movie and TV sets they’ve actually worked on! These professional actors are the perfect guides to give you an unforgettable tour you won’t experience anywhere else. Book a tour today and see for yourself! Get to know the awesome Atlanta Movie Tours team below, and book your tour today!
Cindy Sumner has been with Atlanta Movie Tours since the beginning of 2013. From working with the army, to corrections officer, to an assassin and EVP Specialist at Ghost Rider Investigations, Cindy has done it all! One of those may not be true, but you will have to meet her to find out.
Logan Lucky and Diary of a Wimpy Kid helped her to break into the acting world, but even before that, she was brought in as a paranormal consultant for The Conjuring.
Cindy enjoys naps, Netflix, and long walks away from everyone. A lot of the fun stuff in our shop is thanks to Cindy’s creative-ness!
Carrie usually works behind the scenes of Atlanta Movie Tours as our office manager. There is not a task she can’t do! Handling most things regarding our retail shop, Carrie also helps make sure our tours run smoothly and safely.
Her pet peeves include, people going barefoot in public restrooms, the phrase “the wow factor”, and negative comments about Harry Styles; stop in the shop and ask her about them!
Anna has a background in cinema, costuming, and all things scary (or geeky). You can find Anna’s influence at work in movie tours around Atlanta or at play on the sci-fi conference circuit.
The mother of a teenage fashion designer and the wife of a learning strategist, creativity is never lacking in the Caraballo household.
Carrie has been engaged in the Atlanta film industry for years. As a natural connector, Carrie often serves as a liaison between film and television crews working in “Atlanta’s backlot,” Castleberry Hill, which sparked her initial interest in the filming boom in Georgia.
She is dedicated to closing the gap between crews, neighbors and local businesses in order to create a symbiotic relationship for all involved during filming and keep the fun (and incentives) rolling in!
Moving to Atlanta from Miami many moons ago, she holds a Masters from Mercer University, worked in web development for years and is a huge Atlanta United supporter!