AUGUSTA — Maine has a new director of the state Film Office, which markets the state for all forms of production from feature films to catalog shoots.

The Department of Economic and Community Development says Karen Carberry Warhola will assist with projects as the liaison between communities, other state departments and production companies in her new job.

Carberry Warhola has more than 20 years of hands-on production experience in the film and television industry. She started her television career as a camera operator at MPBN-TV and later worked for Buena Vista, a division of The Walt Disney Company. She later returned to the studio lot and managed Touchstone Television’s Prime Time Awards and their Emmy Awards campaign.

Carberry Warhola graduated from the University of Maine and lives in Bangor.


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