A documentary about Michigan’s key role in the War of 1812 is set to premiere next month at The Henry Ford history attraction in Dearborn.
Think you know Kwame Kilpatrick? In a upcoming documentary, Detroit’s former Mayor will tell what is, according to him, the “real story.”
A lawsuit over an unreleased film featuring a recording of an Aretha Franklin concert will move forward.
The latest industry certifications, awards and prizes earned by Michigan’s technology-focused companies and institutions
The music education documentary “Step & Close” has been recognized with its eighth award — and this time its creator, the Traverse City marketing firm Oneupweb, is celebrating by giving back to Northern Lower Michigan’s only youth shelter, “Pete’s Place.”
Disney, Warner Brothers and Bon Jovi — what makes them so special? All three arevproud Telly Award winners. And Traverse City’s digital marketing team, Oneupweb, is a proud finalist in the 2011 Telly Awards for their marching band documentary, “Step & Close,” which recently won a gold Communitas Award.
“Tony and Janina’s American Wedding” is a documentary about a family torn apart when a mother is deported, and their three-year struggle to be reunited.
A documentary film maker in Boston is making a movie about people in Detroit who’ve turned the experience of being laid off into a moment of great success.
More than 40 movies from around the world will begin screening on Sunday as part of this year’s Film Festival put on by the Jewish Community Center of Metro Detroit.
Traverse City-based Oneupweb donated thousands of hours and lots of funding in filming, editing and premiering Step & Close, their 45 minute philanthropy documentary that emphasizes the life lessons and social aspects that music programs have on our youth. Now, the documentary has won a nifty award.