The Public Relations Manager for the Michigan Film Office said that 27 projects were approved for incentives in the 2014 fiscal year, being awarded $63,761,132 on $245,498,437 of approved production expenditures for the year.
The bill also would lift a $2 million-per-employee cap on salaries counted as expenditures that can be reimbursed by the state.
Michigan lawmakers have three weeks left in their lame-duck session to enact a potentially wide-ranging assortment of bills.
The Michigan Film Office says it has awarded a $1.5 million film incentive to the “Ask Dr. Nandi” talk show — and $308,869 to American Muscle.
If you spot the Batmobile zipping around Detroit or Superman flying past the Renaissance Center this summer, you will be witnessing the latest example of Michigan’s film incentives program at work.
Michigan’s movie making business may be in its infancy, but there are tons of opportunities for jobs and growth, the commissioner of Michigan’s Film Office said during taping of “Michigan Matters”
The Michigan Film Office announced two feature films, “The Funeral Guest” and “Saugatuck Cures,” have been approved for film incentives from the state.
The Michigan Film Office has announced the movie has been approved for a film incentive from the state.
Michigan’s film industry receives another name on its growing list of approved films for its Film and Digital Media Incentive.
A movie based on a popular racing video game will be filming in Detroit.