Learn about the tax credits in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Maine, and Connecticut that attract in-state filmmaking
In this article, NewEnglandFilm.com takes you through what film tax credits are, how they work, and what specific incentives you can receive, state by state, by filming in New England. And it’s not just for Hollywood filmmakers…
November 2019 New England film industry news including happenings, industry buzz and calls for films.
Boston SuperMeetUp and Mass Media Expo come to Boston, plus industry buzz, upcoming events and festivals, and opportunities for filmmakers.
The Boston SuperMeetUp! will take place on Friday, November 15, 2019 from 5:30pm - 9pm in the Empire Ballroom at the Courtyard Downtown Hotel.
Mysterious family secrets prompt a trip to Ghana that forever changes the life of filmmaker Déwun Owusu
We caught up with filmmaker Déwun Owusu about Kwabena, a short film about his emotional journey to confront family secrets in West Africa.
A young woman confronts her navel obsession in "that belly button movie"
We interviewed filmmaker Will Berry about Omphaloskepsis, his short film inspired by an absurd-sounding word.
A priest grapples with his experiences of faith, the past, and his ride-sharing night job in an attempt to prevent a grieving penitent’s death
We spoke with filmmaker Stephen Bisaccia about the making of his film and his perspectives on creativity and failure.
2019 Online Film Festival Interview:Andrew Raftery: Autobiography of a Garden on Twelve Engraved Plates
Richard Goulis takes his audience on a deep dive into a new form of ceramic art in Andrew Raftery: Autobiography of a a Garden on Twelve Engraved Plates
We caught up with filmmaker Richard Goulis about the inspiration behind Andrew Raftery: Autobiography of a a Garden on Twelve Engraved Plates.
A young hardware store employee is baffled by the strange behavior of a woman seeking to change all the locks on her house
We caught up with filmmaker Jared Jorge about his filmmaking education and the hardware store that inspired The Inner Lock.
Ten-year-old July is forced into an adult world as she copes with her father's recent transition into womanhood
We discussed the polarizing issues covered in the film Somewhere in July with filmmaker Laina Barakat.