WBUR’s David Boeri takes a look behind the scenes at THE LONELY MAIDEN, one of several movies shooting in Boston because of the new Film Tax Credit law. RADIO BOSTON, …
MFO Variety ad saluting GAME PLAN as the number one movie in America.
The increase in action is causing a surge in business for a range of companies and individuals related to filmmaking.
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.
August 29, 2007 – Fox 25 News Anchor, Maria Stephanos, takes a closer look at the burgeoning film industry in Massachusetts.
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.
MFO Variety ad touting new Massachusetts film tax credit law.
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.
May 17, 2007 — Brief remarks from MFO Executive Director, Nick Paleologos, at State House press conference announcing improvements in the Massachusetts film tax credit law.
YouTube: Speaker Sal DiMasi & Senator Cynthia Creem at State House Film Tax Credit Press Conference – May 07
(May 17, 2007) Brief remarks of House Speaker Sal DiMasi & Senator Cynthia Creem at State House press conference on the Massachusetts Film Tax Credit bill as filed by Governor …
(May 17, 2007) Brief remarks by Governor Deval Patrick on his proposal to lift the cap on the Massachusetts film tax credit.
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.
April 11, 2007 — MFO Executive Director, Nick Paleologos, presents 2007 Coolidge Corner Theater Award to Thelma Schoonmaker.
MFO Variety ad honoring THE DEPARTED as the first Massachusetts movie to win the Academy Award for Best Picture of the Year.