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Posted: Wednesday, February 5, 2014 2:15 pm | Updated: 2:38 pm, Wed Feb 5, 2014.

According to MovieMaker Magazine, Asheville, North Carolina is the best town to live and work in moviemaker. This year's list is split into separate categories of big cities, small cities and towns. But even with the list divided, Albuquerque failed to make the top ten.

In previous years, the magazine's list was one giant pool, not taking into account population. Last year the Duke City came in at No. 8, and in 2010 ABQ took the top spot. You can check out the list here: http://sfnm.co/1auoolP or subscribe to MovieMaker Magazine for a more complete rundown.

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