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Director Martin Scorsese shot “Shutter Island,’’ which features Mark Ruffalo (left) and Leonardo DiCaprio, in Massachusetts last year. Director Martin Scorsese shot “Shutter Island,’’ which features Mark Ruffalo (left) and Leonardo DiCaprio, in Massachusetts last year. (Andrew Cooper/ Paramount Pictures)
By Johnny Diaz
Globe Staff / August 19, 2009

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CAMBRIDGE - In the second-floor offices of Future Media Concepts , where framed movie posters line the hallway, students hunch over rows of computers and learn the latest in digital and video editing. (Full article: 902 words)

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