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If your timing was really good, you might also have caught the illustrious likes of Morgan Freeman or William H. Macy making their way from their dressing-room trailers in the Trinity Lutheran Church parking lot to the Worcester Art Museum, where a Hollywood crew was at work on a one-day shoot for a new movie.

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Rubbing elbows with the stars is nothing new for Sgt. Michael O’Connor, 54, a veteran of 21 years who is now the Boston Police Department’s motion picture liaison.

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MFO Variety ad saluting GAME PLAN as the number one movie in America.

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The increase in action is causing a surge in business for a range of companies and individuals related to filmmaking.

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Local 481 of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, Moving Picture Technicians, Artists and Allied Crafts has seen a 37 percent surge in members since Massachusetts’ new film tax incentives took effect last year. More than 140 new enrollees have signed on, bringing its membership to a record 537.

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For years, Hollywood producers steered clear of the ‘celluloid pariah’ known as Massachusetts. But now they’re all over Boston, thanks to tax breaks and a warm welcome.

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MFO Variety ad touting new Massachusetts film tax credit law.

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Two thumbs-up to state officials who now recognize that they can play more than a cameo role in drawing big-screen blockbusters to film in the Bay State.

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The Massachusetts legislature is ready to move on several bills to correct what are perceived as glitches in its current tax incentives for film production.

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MFO Variety ad honoring THE DEPARTED as the first Massachusetts movie to win the Academy Award for Best Picture of the Year.

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