New England Film Offices

Connecticut Office of Film Television & Digital Media

450 Columbus Boulevard

Suite #5

Hartford, CT. 06106

www.cfilm.com

George Norfleet, Director

860-500-2300

George.Norfleet@ct.gov

Ed Ruggiero. Film Tax Credit

Administrator

860-500-2411

Ed.Ruggiero@ct.gov

Massachusetts Film Office

Lisa Straut, Director

lisa.Strout@state.ma.us

Tim Graft, Deputy Director

Tim.Graft@state.ma.us

Catherine Onasanya@state.ma.us

136 Blackstone St. Floor 5

Boston, Ma. 02109

617-973-8400

www.mafilm.org

Rhode Island Film

&Television Office

Steven Feinberg, Executive Director

Carol Conley, assistant to

the Executive Director

One Capital Hill, 3rd Floor

Providence, RI. 02908

401-222-3456 (FILM)

401-222-6666 Hotline

rfilm.info@arts.ri.gov

www.film.ri.gov

Maine Film Office

59 State House Station

Augusta, ME. 04333

207-624-9828

Karen Carberry Warhola

Director

Karen.CarberryWarhola@maine.gov

www.filminmaine.com

State of New Hampshire Film Office

Matt Newton, Director

19 Pilsbury Street

Concord, NH 03301

603-271-2220

http://nh.gov/film

Twitter: @nhfilmoffice

Vermont Agency of

Commerce and Community

Development

Michael Schirling, Secretary

One National Life Drive

Davis Building 6th FL.

Montpelier, VT. 05620

802-828-3080

Michael.schirling@vermont.gov

accd.vermont.gov/economic develpoment 

It's the attractive film tax credit incentives that have enticed studios and major producers

to come to New England and some have made multiple trips. Incentives! Transferable and

refundable tax credits are responsible for bringing them here. What they find when they get

here is what is bringing them back.

It's gratifying to see the number of new film and television productions that are in production

or lined up to begin production in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and Maine.

New Industry related businesses are popping up everywhere. Clearly the region has rolled

up its sleeves to compete for the business and become an important production Mecca in this country.

And now it is fact: this is where Hollywood is spending its money almost 4 billion of it and it this

looks like our best year ever!

Tax credits aside, a director is able to add uniquely distinctive characters to his cast: vibrant and rich

neighborhoods, historic architecture, a sense of mysterious and exquisite coastlines and lake regions, fishing

villages, boats, lobster traps, farms, premiere academic institutions, covered bridges, modern bridges, ski slopes,

beautiful flowers and trees, and perennial fall foliage. And lets not forget perhaps the most important production enhancement of all, those authentic New England accents!  

Producers will find a professional production community in New England; a solid crew base, talented and well trained actors, award winning casting agents, excellent production companies and post production facilities,

substantial highly developed new studios and sound stages, superior camera equipment rental groups, and innovative film offices. 

Find out what all the excitement is about. Experience the exhilaration of shooting in New England.

Take advantage of our tax credit that will allow you to do more for less. Studios, major producers, production

companies and indies who have shot here are returning for their second, third and fourth productions. Thats 

prrof it pays to bring productions to New England!