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.
Sayles’ films include the 1992 Academy Award-nominated “Passion Fish” and 1996’s “Lone Star.”
The “Watch Me Move exhibit and film series takes visitors back to the early days of moving pictures in a glimpse into how the” industry began.
Company 3, a member of the Deluxe Creative Services Group, joins sister companies, Beast and Method, with the opening of an office in Detroit.
Dally in the Alley turned 36 this year – and in our opinion…it’s never looked better. The single-day festival celebrating Detroit’s arts and cultural diversity (that – quite literally – is set in the alleys of Cass Corridor) took place on Saturday, September 7th, and local up-and-coming filmmaker Daniel Berhane was on-site, camera in hand.