This award-winning filmmaker who grew up in Detroit says his story will have a happy ending, even though all his camera and audio equipment was stolen from his car.
Malik Bendjelloul, the acclaimed Swedish film director behind the Oscar-winning music documentary “Searching for Sugar Man” has died.
The film is the brainchild of former accountant Anthony Broughton, a proud graduate of Cass Tech High School.
Imagine this: a horror movie, shot in 45 days, here in Metro Detroit, by the hands of local talented filmmakers…all on a budget of $700. Sounds pretty crazy, right? The film titled “Stranger” was put together by a small group of ambitious, local filmmakers with a love for filmmaking. They combined their passion with a very small budget and transformed it into a film that showcases the talent that Metro Detroit possesses.
Can a crushing grief be the catalyst to change a life for the better?
The most extensive international collection of archives on filmmaker, actor, director and writer Orson Welles is now available to the public and researchers at the Special Collections Library of the University of Michigan.