Benefits of state’s film tax credit touted during ‘Gilded Age’ event

Updated at 6:31 p.m.

STEVEN FEINBERG, left, executive director of the R.I. Film and Television Office, Julian Fellowes, creator of "Downton Abbey" and "The Gilded Age," and Trudy Coxe, CEO and executive director of The Preservation Society of Newport County, discuss the state's film tax credit Tuesday at the Marble House mansion in Newport. PBN PHOTO/AMANDA GRAY
NEWPORT – At a press conference Tuesday at the Marble House mansion, Julian Fellowes, creator of "The Gilded Age," discussed filming the period drama in Rhode Island and his love for the City by the Sea. "The Gilded Age," a top 10 series on HBO, has confirmed that it will be filming its second season…

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