Despite an editing error [did someone cut out the first mention of just who "Riverton" is??] The Harvard Crimson ran a meaty article yesterday about the state of filmmaking in Massachusetts at the moment (i.e., lots of Hollywood activity, but where are the little movies that might actually reflect life in the city?). It's eerie that this is a more comprehensive story than our "professional" media have done on the subject. The "pros" have been more interested in photo ops with the "talent." Yours truly is in the Crimson article, offering background about the stops and starts in Boston moviemaking that have gotten us up to this point. If that whets your appetite for more, there are many excerpts from the book buried in the archives from months past. Try April or May's postings if you're new here.