Take Two: A Step-by-step guide to applying for MA Tax Credits

Microsoft's New England and Development Center 1 Memorial Drive Cambridge MA | September 19, 2017 | 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Cost: $FREE but registration is required

A Partner Event Sponsored by:

FILMMAKERS COLLABORATIVE along with
LEF FOUNDATION and THE CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT DOCUMENTARY

If you were able to join us on June 14, 2017 for the “Demystifying Tax Credits” Seminar, you were given an overview of exactly what these credits are, how they are used and how to qualify.

We know that:

If you were left thinking “Yes, but how do I apply?”, this workshop is for you!

Please join us on Tuesday, Sept. 19, as we take you step-by-step through the entire process – from how to register with the State, through filing for the appropriate tax credit, to ways to finance your film through the tax credits.

It’s free of charge, but space is limited.   Sign up now !

On hand again will be Wendy Riseborough, a Producer and Project Manager for Independent filmmakers who has applied for and received tax credits over 20 times in her career. Wendy has seen it all and lucky for us is willing to share her stories of success and challenges along the way.

Wendy Riseborough | Producer & Project Manager

Wendy Riseborough is a producer and project manager of award winning documentaries, feature films, and cable series. For the last 11 years she has held producing titles at Vital Pictures in Boston, where she develops new public broadcasting documentaries, oversees productions, and day-to-day operations. She has worked to successfully secure tax credits for numerous independent documentaries for broadcast, episodic, and digital media projects. Her newest production, ‘Coming of Age in Aging America’, will air on the PBS World Channel in late June 2017.

If you have specific questions regarding your project that you would like answered at the workshop, please feel free to share them ahead of time with laura@filmmakerscollab.org and we will try to address everyone’s needs.

 

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