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Galvanized Films produces feature films, commercials and any other type of visual work imaginable.  We constantly invest and re-invest in the latest gear including cameras, lighting and grip, sound, post production, et cetera.


Please contact us if you are interested in discussing any commercial work.  


We do not accept unsolicited screenplays.

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Heath Franklin, PRINCIPAL

Galvanized Films' principal, Heath Franklin, learned

the film production process through his early

experiences as a set production assistant on shows

such as Dawson's Creek (James Van Der Beek, Katie

Holmes, Michelle Williams) and A Walk to

Remember (Mandy Moore, Shane West, Peter

Coyote, Daryl Hannah).


Heath produced his first feature, Four the Roses, in

2000.  He was instrumental in the theatrical distribution of the indie slasher hit Malevolence.  Since then he produced Port City with Jodie Sweetin (Full House), John Wesley Shipp (Dawson's Creek), Barbara Alyn Wood (One Tree Hill) and Natalie Canerday (Slingblade); IQ Supremacy with Thomas Dekker (Sarah Conner Chronicles), Lance Henrikson (Aliens), Marc Singer (Beastmaster); Oy Vey!  My Son is Gay (co-producer) with Lanie Kazan (My Big Fat Greek Wedding), Saul Rubinek (Unforgiven), Vincent Pastore (Sopranos), Carmen Electra (Scary Movie), Jai Rodriguez (Queer Eye for the Straight Guy) and John Llyod Young (Tony winner for Jersey Boys and star of the theatrical version directed by Clint Eastwood); The Jailhouse with C Thomas Howell (Outsiders); Coming Through the Rye (associate producer) with Academy Award Winner Chris Cooper, Checkpoint, featuring William Forsythe (Raising Arizona, The Rock, Devil's Rejects) and wrestling superstar Bill Goldberg, Swing Low (aka Ravage), stars two-time Academy nominated Bruce Dern, Wicked Games (premiered mid Oat the Chinese Theater in Los Angeles before seeing a wide release), Black Balsam (also writer/director) which premiered at the Malibu Film Festival before release.  Additionally, Psychokiller and Sonny Boy are two features currently in post production.


In addtion to feature film work, Heath has written/directed/produced over 200 broadcast commercials and numerous music videos, long form and corporate videos working with clients such as Lending Tree, JBL, Keurig, Fifth Thirds Bank, Facebook, Tik Tok, Capital One and more.


Heath teaches cinematography at Georgia State University - a film school immersed in the film community in Atlanta as well as serving as an adjunct teaching producing at UCLA.  He has also served as an adjunct at the University of North Carolina Wilmington and the Art Institute of Charlotte.  He holds a Master of Fine Arts - Creative Writing and a Master of Business Administration.  In 2013, Heath was invited to join the prestigious Producers Guild of America as a Producers Council Member.  He is also a member of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (Emmy award granting body).


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