MALC got a shout out in the Bay State Banner for our work to establish the Greater Boston Creative Economy Network with the City of Boston.
MALC is the co-lead with the City of Boston on the CEN application. The Creative Economy is...Read more →
On Tuesday, May 12, the public enjoyed an opportunity to see the faces of many who work on film and television productions in Massachusetts, thanks to the benefit of our state’s Film Tax Credit. These are the people behind the scenes, the ones who work long, odd...Read more →
Last fall, via ballot initiative, the citizens of our Commonwealth approved an Earned Sick Time law. This law impacts all employers in the Commonwealth from large to small and goes into effect July 1st, 2015.
You can read the original ballot question here: http://www.sec.state.ma.us/ele/ele14/pip144.htm
Read a good explanation of the law here:
The Attorney General just released...Read more →
MALC has always been a strong supporter of our state’s film tax credit and of the Mass Production Coalition (MPC).
The Governor’s proposal to end this program has been getting a lot of press and needed pushback. It appears that the desire to end this program is connected to a larger national agenda to attack this...Read more →
Having an impact on local, state, and federal politics doesn’t require millions of dollars. Ok, sure, millions of dollars is helpful, but never discount the power of citizens working together. Elected officials want to know what those they represent want and/or need for their communities. They also need their constituents to re-elect them to office....Read more →
One of MALC’s priorities is protecting the State’s Film Tax Credit program which has helped our State’s arts, culture and creative economy grow.
Please read the Mass Production Coalition’s statement about the Governor’s call to end the program and stay tuned for what you can do to help protect this important needed program for our Commonwealth.
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