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Tag Archives: film

Bill would boost film tax credit program

ANNAPOLIS — John Latenser missed his family while working out of state, but the film location manager with 18 years of experience had to make a living. So after Maryland tax credits for film production companies were eliminated in 2008, ...

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Former trailblazer Kodak files for Chapter 11

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Is Kodak’s moment past? The glory days when Eastman Kodak Co. ruled the world of film photography lasted for over a century. Then came a stunning reversal of fortune: cutthroat competition from Japanese firms in the 1980s ...

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Baltimore Development Corp. issues RFP for Parkway Theatre

The Baltimore Development Corp. has issued a request for proposals for three midtown properties that include the vacant Parkway Theatre. Proposals are being sought from qualified developers who wish to redevelop the properties at 1820 N. Charles St., 1 W. ...

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Getaways: The Baltimore Museum of Industry

Embrace your inner 4-year-old and climb up into the padded seat of a big truck cab. Or a police car. This Saturday, the Baltimore Museum of Industry has its big truck day event, which should draw in kids from all ages ...

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Getaways: Film fest, flowers and free comic books

It’s back again! The Maryland Film Festival is here for our viewing pleasure Thursday through Sunday. Tickets are $10 for most screenings, so get them soon after checking out the great schedule. John Waters will be presenting “Domaine,” while Animal ...

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MPT film explores the importance of the Bay Bridge

SALISBURY — It was the largest public works project in the state’s history and, at the time, the world’s longest overwater structure. It allowed Maryland’s eastern and western shores to trade goods and services. Life before the Chesapeake Bay Bridge ...

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