North Platte native sets sights on Hollywood
The North Platte Telegraph A new movie may be the break a North Platte native needs to make it to the big screen. Thirty-six-year-old Bo Nesslein has always dreamed of becoming a director. This year his dream moved a step closer to reality when he was given the opportunity not only to act in a movie, but also to shoot behind the scenes footage.
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Time to End Connecticut’s Film Tax Credits?
Jim Amann: all for the tax cuts for Hollywood. In Connecticut’s current fiscal thriller, lawmakers could end up sacrificing this state’s sexy, expensive tax breaks for filmmakers as a way to help pacify a hideous beast of a budget deficit.
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