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Tyler Perry Studio’s was established in 2006 and moved into its current facilities in the fall of 2008. This 200,000 square foot Studio, located in Southwest Atlanta, consists of 5 sound stages, a post-production facility, a back lot, a 400-seat theater, a private screening room, and designated areas for entertaining and hosting events.

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  • Glenda Collins Shannon, NC

    Mr. Perry, I have watched every one of the movies and shows that has been on DVD or video. I love what you represents to your heritage and culture. You know the old saying, you never forget where you come from you just take a little bit of it with your were ever you go. I get this in your work and you are a inspiration for every human being out there. For the last ten years I have had this burning inside me to get my american indian story out there. I would like to visit you and see your studio and talk with you about this project. Will you give a little indian from shannon, NC that chance. I have got knocked down but I get back on my feet and start running. I've events and nobody show up. I talked to everybody about the vision, but know one cares. Thanks, GC

  • Bobby Northern Fayetteville, GA

    Hi Tyler, Love the work the studio is doing. Do you or your staff conduct in-person studio tours for visiting groups or special events? If so, how would I arrange one. Respectfully, Bobby.

  • Sandra Donaldson Maryland

    08/3/2015 Hello Tyler, I have always admired your body of work, you have put out some great inspiring plays and movies that has help many of us. I want to share an idea with you for a project that I have. Without hesitation, I strongly believed that you can put wings to this project. The end result of the project will be remarkable. I know that you are a very busy person, and your plate is over flowing with other demands. However, please take the time to reach out to me and I can give you details about the project. I know you will make all of us happy, meaning your fans to bring this project to the big screen. Thank you for taking the time to read my email and I hope to hear from you someday soon. Please continue making inspirational movies. Peace and Blessing ~SD~

  • Tommy Brown Prattville, Alabama

    Let me start by saying....I don't want anything from you except for you to tell this very important story. The basic story is from a history book Conquest of labor by Curt Evans. This is a story of the first industrialist of Alabama daniel Pratt. This true story is of the largest manufacturer of Cotton Gins in the world. This background storyline touces many parts of our American History. the American ethic cleaning of the American Indians, the revitalization of the American Slave trade before the Civil War. A story that you could weave in manylives touched by sucess, tragedy and hope. You could write this true story from many angles. A story to rival ANY southern movie ever told like Gone with the Wind, the Color Purple, Roots and 12 Years a Slave. many experts of source material are avilable from the leading Cotton Gin historian located in Auburn, Alabama, the natial parks Service and many historians of the buildings and Cotton Gin Industry You would also have the possibility of using the original 1848 Cotton Gin factory in Prattville, Alabama, An original home built by Daniel Pratt located in Newnan, GA. and also several original period Cotton Gins also located in Georgia. The City of Prattville, AL would be happy to host your studio to tell this very important story of American history. I could even send you a copy of Curt Evan's book. This ture story neds to be told. Thank You for Your Time.

  • russell newport news va 23608

    not going to waste your time I have an idea id like to talk to you about if this is really you give me a call if not you have a bless day.

  • Czaria East Point, GA

    A movie about Whitney & Bobbi's Life

  • Juancheus shaw Oklahoma

    Please contact me Mr perry. I'll love to learn from you and wroke for your acting staff, I'm a young guy from the streets of Dallas texas just trying to make my dreams turn into accomplishments.

  • Shelley Gilbert Laurel, Md.

    Hello Mr. Perry, First let me say, you have my deepest condolences in the passing of Bobbi Kristina, I still remember her appearance on "For Better or Worse", and loved her. She will be missed. We have much in common, I too experienced sexual abuse as a child. I too was homeless, at age 46 for me. My saving graces were being a USCG Veteran, and my unwavering faith. I am in the process of completing my 1st book, and would like to know if I could pique your interest in producing a movie based on my experiences. If you could send me a follow up email, I'd be happy to send you an excerpt from my book. You will not be disappointed. Sincerely, Shelley Gilbert.

  • Teresa Philadelphia

    One min plays happening today in Philadelphia I wish you were here to see. Mostly because my daughter is performing and other great talent.

  • Ericeb Franklin Moore ok

    I have a book I would love you to read and consider filming if you're interested. Not sure how to go about connected you but I provided my email in the field above.

  • Zenobia Wallace Ft. Washington, MD

    Greetings Tyler: I have been a fan of you and your work for over 20 years. You are an inspiration to African americans and others for your creativity and tremendous talent. You are the example of dreaming big, believing in oneself and making it happen with such style and class. .A Black owned studio (e.g., Hollywood), wow!! Not too mention the numerous actors you have helped to developed their careers and give them the opportunity to showcase their talent when Hollywood would not. As well as providing employment opportunities for those who work with and for you. You are a blessing and may God continue to use you for his greater good. Plan to get tickets for "Madea on the Run!!" Peace & blessing and congratulations to you and your new family!

  • greg wilson williamsburg va

    Hello I was just wondering given the many revelations about how many African Americans are shown to be brutalized by law enforcement( nothing new of course known for over 200 years but a from of barbaric infotainment cable news and social media) would this may be a time to consider looking at turning the events in New Orleans of 1972 at Howard Johnson into a file project of some kind? I am referring to what happen with and to Mark Essex. You being from New Orleans have probably heard of it. Just a suggestion.

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