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After a successful run in New Mexico, Lisa Strout has a new focus: bringing film and TV projects to Massachusetts

By Meredith Goldstein
Globe Staff / January 3, 2012
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The list of movies and television projects on the dry erase board in Lisa Strout’s office would make any local pop culture fan giddy. It’s a secret list with a few familiar titles, some of which could draw big stars. It’s a list that Strout - who became the state’s film commissioner in June - is committed to growing. The titles represent the movies and television shows that might soon film in Massachusetts. Her job is to get them here.

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