The Michigan Legislature is close to ending an incentives program used to entice the production of movies, TV shows and video games in the state.
Michigan’s film incentives could be coming to an end with a bill moving through the state House.
Michigan’s film industry receives another name on its growing list of approved films for its Film and Digital Media Incentive.
The Michigan Film Office announced Wednesday the feature film AWOL has been approved for a film incentive from the state.
Advocates of Michigan’s film industry are meeting in Lansing Friday to urge the Governor not to place a $25 million cap on film credits.