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.
Another blockbuster movie has been approved to film in Michigan.