2013 Entries

Peter Nauyokas 1954-2013

Funeral Mass Monday @ 10am

It is with deep regret that we inform you that Brother Peter Nauyokas passed away on November 14, 2013 after a long illness. Brother Nauyokas was a member of Local 481 since 1991 in the Set Dressing department. He worked on many productions including "Good Will Hunting", "Spanish Prisoner", "The Ice Storm", and "The Matchmaker". He was also a member of Local 11 since 1997.

IATSE Local 481 members train at New England Studios

Local 481 Grip and Electric department members attended on-site studio training just days after New England Studios (Devens, MA) opened for business.

Remembering Brother Christopher Popoloski

"POP", 45, passed away suddenly Friday September 6, 2013

On Location: A New England Village

New York Times article on Shelburne Falls, MA

In the last year, Hollywood has made Shelburne Falls the cinematic canvas for two movies, Robert Downey Jr's "The Judge" And Kate Winslet's "Labor Day".

U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren speaks at the IATSE 67th Quadrennial Convention

Video of all guest speakers available on IATSE website

Senator Warren fires up the IATSE delegates at the 67th Quadrennial convention.

IATSE Local 481 Online Course Catalog

This is your chance to preview the classes we will be offering during the 2013-2014 training season.

Lights, camera, tourism in Shelburne Falls

With a boom in movies being shot in Massachusetts, the state mulls teaming with filmmakers to draw tourists to set locations

Tourists and day-trippers showed up to catch a glimpse of the stars - and spent money at local restaurants, shops, and other businesses. To extend the economic benefits, the Massachusetts Film Office has proposed creating a tourism package for the village centered around the movie, in collaboration with Warner Bros., the movie's production company.

IA Local 481 gives back

Movie set materials play a starring role in reuse

IA 481 members Mike Krause & Adam McClain spearhead reuse project with Boston Building Resources.

MPAA Study Says That Massachusetts Film Tax Incentives Boosted Spending And Jobs

The MPAA commissioned analysis from HR&A Advisors says that the state's $37.9M in tax credits in 2011 added $375.3M to the Massachusetts economy including 2,220 full time equivalent jobs. <a href="http://www-deadline-com.vimg.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/mpaa__130515192644.jpg"></a>

MPC Spring Meeting This Wednesday Night

Support our Industry Association while "networking"

The Massachusetts Production Coalition's Spring Meeting is 6pm this Wednesday May 22 at the historic Coolidge Corner Theatre in Brookline.

May 14 Blood Drive To Support Boston Marathon Bombing Victims

10am-3pm Tuesday May 14

If you live in Western MA, you can help victims of the Marathon Bombing

MPC Seminar Series

MPC Seminar Series

Our Massachusetts Industry Association continues their seminar series delvng into all aspects of motion picture production and distribution.

Urgent! Maine Incentive Legislation Hearing

Monday April 29 @ 10am

LD 1409, the production incentive bill that freshman State Representative Scott Hamann has been working on since he was elected last fall, is having its first public hearing Joint Committee on Taxation 10am Room 127 Cross Building – State House, Augusta

Hollywood & Washington DC - Non-Political

Movies About the District of Columbia

You know the easy connections between the Movies and Congress, like "Mr Smith Goes To Washington" and "All the President's Men". But...

Donate to the One Fund Boston

An Easy Way To Help Keep Boston Strong

100% of your donation to the One Fund Boston, Inc. goes to help victims of the horrific Marathon Day bombings.

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