Local firms try to cash in on state’s film tax credit

MICHAEL DAWSON, director of post production at Tango Pix, demonstrates the 'Action Blast' movie the company produced for Hasbro Inc. /
MICHAEL DAWSON, director of post production at Tango Pix, demonstrates the 'Action Blast' movie the company produced for Hasbro Inc. /
Amid mixed reviews of the state's motion picture production tax credit, a few Rhode Island-based companies are reaping the benefits and using them to create new permanent jobs. Tango Pix, a Providence company specializing in high-definition TV production and digital media, has an application pending for about $175,000 in tax credits, subject to approval by…

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