The Massachusetts Film Office today announced production on the new Hallmark Hall of Fame presentation, The Makeover will begin filming in Boston this month.
WHEN: Thursday, September 20, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM WHERE: National Boston Studios~115 Dummer Place, Brookline, MA Join us for an expert panel discussion where we examine film …
New England offers a plethora of backdrops for productions looking to shoot in the northeast. And with a tempting bevy of additional perks, like tax credits of up to 25 percent in Massachusetts and Rhode Island and fee-free locations in Maine, New England can accommodate a wide range of productions with budgets running the spectrum.
Selectmen Chairman Laura Burns has been seeking input about the viability of taking steps to attract the movie industry to Hingham.
Editorial Boston Globe July 18, 2012 “Ted,” the hit movie from “Family Guy” creator Seth MacFarlane, is not for the faint of heart — anyone who cringes at foul language …
When Tom Cruise first appears in the film “Knight and Day,” the sunny terminal of Worcester Regional Airport is on full display.
According to the plot of the explosion-filled spy flick, Mr. Cruise and co-star Cameron Diaz are supposed to be in Wichita, Kan., not Worcester. But that doesn’t matter. For filming in Worcester, Boston and other Massachusetts locations, the movie became eligible for hefty state tax credits.
With a backpack slung over his right shoulder and a Diet Snapple in his left hand, Steve Carell was finally spotted and approached by a group of teenagers Wednesday afternoon. Carell, who had a five o’clock shadow not typically worn by his on-screen characters, posed for a few photos and moved along.
Small communities get a financial boost from films By Dan Adams Boston Globe July 7, 2012 When the state started doling out tax breaks to attract big-name films in 2006, …
SouthcoastTODAY.com July 05, 2012 By Jenalina Santiago WAREHAM — For the second time in three years, Water Wizz is playing host to some Hollywood heavy-hitters. Steve Carell of “The Office” …
STEVE CARELL AND TONI COLLETTE HEAD AN OUTSTANDING CAST IN SYCAMORE PICTURES, THE WALSH COMPANY AND ODDLOT ENTERTAINMENT’S PRODUCTION OF “THE WAY, WAY BACK”
Academy Award-winning screenwriters Nat Faxon and Jim Rash (“The Descendants”) direct their original screenplay.
Boston Globe June 11,2012 By Steven A. Rosenberg About 100 people stood silently for several hours, staring at the commuter rail platform in Swampscott. Adam Sandler huddled with a group …
The Patrick-Murray Administration’s Massachusetts Film Office (MFO) today announced the Indian Paintbrush Production film “Labor Day,” starring Kate Winslet and Josh Brolin, will begin filming in Massachusetts this June.
Independent Film Week (September 16-20, 2012) the oldest and largest forum in the U.S. seeks screenplays and documentary WiPs for Independent Film Week. Apply now!
The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists and Screen Actors Guild are pleased to announce that members of both organizations have overwhelmingly voted to approve a merger, creating a new entity, SAG-AFTRA.
Showtime’s Tony Cox Screenplay Competition recognizes an emerging screenplay as the best from the pool of submissions each year.
Women in Film & Video/New England (WIFV/NE) announces a March 1st call for entries for its Tenth Annual Screenwriting Competition, sponsored by Su-City Pictures, InkTip, and Final Draft. The WIFV/NE Screenwriting Competition aims to promote the work of women screenwriters and support the creation of worthy film roles for women
The Patrick-Murray Administration’s Massachusetts Film Office (MFO) today announced that ABC Entertainment’s pilot “Gilded Lillys” will be filmed in Massachusetts in March 2012, bringing another Hollywood production to the Bay State.
The Massachusetts Film Office is thrilled to announce the launch of a new software system for promoting you and/or your business or service to the film industry-at-large.
An independent movie shot entirely in Worcester that deals with the timely and troubling topic of teenage bullying will have its premiere on the Lifetime Network at 8 p.m. Saturday.
NEA Chairman Landesman announces Challenge America Fast-Track grants.