A documentary about Michigan’s key role in the War of 1812 is set to premiere next month at The Henry Ford history attraction in Dearborn.
A young man has turned the back of his pickup truck into a “movie theatre,” popping up each Friday in Hazel Park so residents can take a break from real life and watch a drive-in movie for free.
After the Roger Clemens trial was over, I thought the baseball steroid scandal would be put to bed. Well it is rearing its ugly head again, but this time I am not surprised.
The $48 billion spending plan for the budget year that starts Oct. 1 is law.
The movie will be about a super tornado that sweeps through a small town. Parts of it will be shot at the Michigan Motion Picture Studios in Pontiac.
Sites in Detroit have been the focus of more than 60 feature films, television series and other productions in the last few years — and now you’ll be able to get a map to those sights from the Michigan Film Office.
Hollywood is coming to Pontiac.
The Detroit Zoo is the setting and downtown Royal Oak gets its share of screen time, too.
The Michigan Film office has put together an app that officials hope will make it easier to scout here.
The Michigan Film Office has approved its first financial incentive for a movie project since ending a program that offered some of the nation’s most generous breaks.