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.
Detroit Public Schools Emergency Financial Manager, Robert Bobb speaking out against a two-hour documentary on the district, airing on cable television, entitled “A National Disgrace.”
A new documentary from Detroit Public Television, “Beyond The Light Switch,” aims to provide a balanced perspective to a national energy debate that will eventually become more contentious than anything since health care.
Oneupweb has taken philanthropy to a new level, well beyond a monetary donation. The Traverse City-based digital marketing agency has committed 1,000 hours of staff time, equipment and creativity to the production of the advocacy […]
Over the next two weeks Detroit Public Television will present a documentary series, “Beyond The Light Switch,” which takes a new look at the controversy and urgency surrounding the challenge of developing a new infrastructure […]
For generations, Americans viewed films in stately, single-screen theatres that were pillars of city business districts — an experience that faded with the rise of suburban multiplexes and the decline of downtowns. Michael Moore wants […]