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R.I. issued $13.8M in film tax credits in fiscal 2022

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island issued more than $13 million in motion picture tax credits in fiscal 2022, a significant jump from the previous year. The...

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

NEWPORT – At a press conference Tuesday at the Marble House mansion, Julian Fellowes, creator of "The Gilded Age," discussed filming the period drama...

House to consider another $10M expansion of R.I.’s film tax credit...

PROVIDENCE – The House this week will consider another $10 million increase in the annual motion picture tax credit cap, as part of a...
LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION: Steven Feinberg, executive director of the R.I. Film & Television Office, will be the guest speaker at the Greater Newport Chamber of Commerce’s annual meeting on Jan. 27 at Oceancliff in Newport.  / COURTESY R.I. FILM & 
TELEVISION OFFICE

Editor’s Choice: R.I. Film & Television Office director to speak at...

EDITOR’S CHOICE R.I. Film & Television Office director to speak to Chamber STEVEN FEINBERG, executive director of the R.I. Film & Television Office, will...
RANDALL ROSENBAUM will retire at the end of this year after serving 27 years as the executive director of the R.I. State Council on the Arts. / COURTESY R.I. STATE COUNCIL ON THE ARTS

RISCA leader Rosenbaum to retire at year’s end

PROVIDENCE – Randall Rosenbaum has been in charge of the R.I. State Council on the Arts for nearly three decades and has helped build...

R.I. Office of Revenue Analysis: Film tax credit program rife with...

PROVIDENCE – Not only is the state losing money on its motion picture tax credit program, but a majority of the companies that get...
FILMING FOR "VAULT," a movie about the 1975 Bonded Vault heist, took place in downtown Providence in 2018. The film was released the following year. / PBN FILE PHOTO/JAMES BESSETTE

Is expanding the R.I. film tax credit program worth it?

Rhode Island lawmakers are hoping that increased funding for the state’s motion picture tax credit program will be the lure needed to reel in...

‘Space Oddity’ seeks $1.5M in state tax credits

PROVIDENCE - Kyra Sedgwick’s sci-fi film, which began production in Rhode Island this week, has asked for $1.5 million in tax credits from the...
EAST GREENWICH-BASED Verdi Productions recently completed location filming in downtown Providence for "Valut," a movie that recounts the $30 million robbery of the Patriarca crime family in the 1970s. / PBN PHOTO/ELI SHERMAN

‘Vault’ filming uses Superman Building, downtown

PROVIDENCE – For two weeks that ended over the weekend, the state’s tallest building was transformed into the set and production offices for the upcoming...

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