The 48 Hour Film Project will return to Detroit this weekend, July 18 through the 21, and right now, teams are gearing up to compete against each other in the 48-hour race against the clock!
“We are excited to welcome Axel Foley and the Beverly Hills Cop franchise back to Michigan.”
A documentary that tells the emotional and heartbreaking journey of two young men in love is screening at the Emagine Theatre in Royal Oak
America leads the world in prison population per capita, yet our violent crime rate is head and shoulders above any other nation.
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.
The festival will screen 45 films in a hundred different screenings at locations across both cities and on the campus of the University of Michigan.
A local high school student has been thrown into the spotlight after a film for a history class project turns into a bigger production than he first thought.
A 17-year-old student from Country Day High School could be the next Steven Spielberg.
The state is willing to give nearly $4 million to reward an upcoming made-in-Michigan movie called “Northern 48.”
A sequel to “Man of Steel,” the Batman-Superman film is set to begin production in Michigan in a few months.