Friday, April 30, 2010

Major Movie Producers to Meet With Governor Today

An article in today's Portland Press Herald details a meeting today in Augusta where the producers of a major movie about the Wyeth family will discuss the possibility of shooting large portions of the movie in Maine. The producers will meet with Governor John Baldacci and representatives of various state agencies.

Image: Governor Baldacci with Lea Girardin as the Governor signs LD 1449, “An Act to Expand Tax Incentives for Visual Media Productions,” into law.

The meeting will be facilitated by Donna McNeil, Director of the Maine Arts Commission and Lea Girardin of the Maine Film Office. Representatives of the Finance Authority of Maine and the Department of Economic and Community Development will also be present.

Read the entire article, written by Bob Keyes, on the Portland Press Herald website.
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