It’s movie time at Boston Logan Int’l Airport

Just in time for the Academy Awards… Boston Logan International Airport has installed a new art exhibit with 30 movie posters celebrating many of the major Hollywood studio films shot in Massachusetts over the last 45 years.

 

The exhibit is hung chronologically by year, starting with a poster from “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” which was shot in Northampton and released in 1966. The posters continue through to “The Town,” which was shot in Boston, Cambridge, Melrose and Somerville and released in 2010.

Plaques next to each poster contain the year of the film’s release and many of the Massachusetts locations used in the film.

 When additional films are shot in the state, they will be added to the exhibit.

Look for the Massachusetts movie posters in the walkway between Terminal C and Terminal B.

Here are the films featured:

The Town

The Social Network

The Fighter

Bride Wars

Knight and Day

21

The Proposal

The Women

Gone Baby Gone

Good Will Hunting

Shutter Island

The Perfect Storm

Ghosts of Girlfriends Past

Mall Cop

The Verdict

A Civil Action

The Departed

Mystic River

Malice

The Crucible

Glory

The Cider House Rules

The Witches of Eastwick

The Firm

School Ties

The Boondock Saints

The Brink’s Job

Jaws

The Thomas Crown Affair

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?