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How the Film Tax Credit supports technology & innovation in Massachusetts

There is a unique parallel between Massachusetts and Hollywood. Massachusetts’ technological sector drives how Hollywood makes their films. Most of the press in covering the...

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I came across a quote from an Eastman College student handbook from 1884 that applies to screenwriting too; “You must walk and you must do...

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Descendants of the Past, Ancestors of the Future

Trailer: Year Made: 2014 Description: Golden Globe, Emmy, and Drama Desk nominee Tina Chen (THREE DAYS OF THE CONDOR) and Albert M. Chan (GHOSTS...

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WHAT | 21st Annual Nantucket Film Festival WHEN | June 22 – 27, 2016 MISSION | To promote the cultural awareness and appreciation of the...


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High Output Expands Canton Office with Addition of Two New Hires

CANTON, Mass. (July 15, 2015) – High Output, Inc., New England’s largest supplier of services and equipment for the entertainment industry, announced today the appointment...


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Street Art Deemed Fair Use

In a case that has implications for filmmakers; the Ninth Circuit recently held that the popular band Green Day’s unauthorized use of street artists’ work,...

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APR2016 Last year on the cover of our Production, Resource & Location Guide appeared a very contemporary building located on the campus of MIT created exactly one hundred years after the dedication of an equestrian statue of General Charles Devens, located at the Worcester, MA County Courthouse. Charles Devens was a lawyer, Massachusetts State Senator and General in the Union army. When the war started he was a major in the 3rd Battalion of Massachusetts Rifles. He was appointed colonel of the 15th Massachusetts Infantry in July 1861 and brigadier general of volunteers in April 1862. General Devens fought in the Battles of Ball’s Bluff, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Cold Harbor, and the Siege of Petersburg. He was wounded in battle at Ball’s Bluff and again at Chancellorsville. Later Devens was named Attorney General during the Presidency of Rutherford B. Hayes. The bronze statue of General Devens was created by Edward Clark Potter and Daniel Chester French. It was dedicated on July 4, 1906. Interesting to note that state-of-the art New England Studios is located in Devens, MA on the former Camp Devens that became Devens Army Base and served the nation for 79 years.

Take Two by Carol Patton

This edition of IMAGINE contains our 2016 New England Production, Resource Location Guide. Thank you to everyone who participated. You have done your part to help us create the content and substance of our outreach that we proudly print reflecting the depth and breadth of our New England production industry.

Now IMAGINE posts this 411 online for 24/7/365 searchable viewing. Our special one-of-a-kind effort begins when we take thousands of our beautiful and bold printed copies to both NAB in Las Vegas and to AFCI’s Locations & Global Finance Show in the heart of LA’s media city of Burbank. There it will be distributed to decision making industry professionals from all over the world and executives from the studios, networks, agencies, and to producers and production scouts from the greater LA area and beyond.

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