We're keeping it out of the landfills and on our sets!

By appointment only. 


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On October 20th 2018, we hope to welcome all walks of Savannah life to Film Biz Recycling's very first signature fundraiser, The HallowGreen Fest. We plan for everyone to have a great time while helping to raise money for this fantastic 501c3 to organize prop shop expansions thereby preventing more unnecessary waste in our landfills. This concert and costume contest will ALSO serve as a costume donation drop off for children in our community who cannot afford to dress up for Halloween. It's incredibly important for all our youngins to know the magic of creative play! Bring a new kid's costume and get TWO drink tickets and a special thank you gift!

"Ashley McBryde: A Girl Going Everywhere And Doing It By Just Being Herself." The Arkansas native has been described by notable music critic Ann Powers "as having one of those voices that might belong to your sister or your best friend if your sister or your best friend could belt like Loretta Lynn and croon like Reba McEntire." She summed up her talent by saying "McBryde was Country musics most exciting new country voice."

So, grab your glue guns and Beadazzlers! And don't forget your tickets for one of the most unique nights of the year!

Doors at 7pm.

Winner of the 2014 Environmental Quality Award For Protecting and Enhancing Environmental Quality.
— U. S. Environmental Protection Agency
The only nonprofit prop house on the East Coast, Radke is making an ambitious—and groundbreaking—effort to tackle one of the entertainment industry’s best-kept secrets: its epic waste problem.
— Zoe Donaldson, Oprah Magazine
Today the charitable and environmental aspects are equally important to the organization.
— Steven McElroy, The New York Times
At Film Biz Recycling in Brooklyn, the detritus of New York’s entertainment industry — from films and TV, music videos, advertisements and stage productions — has a home as it waits to be rented out, bought by the public or given to charity.
— Los Angeles Times
More than 60% of salvaged materials are donated to worthy causes
— Film Journal International