Michigan Film Office

Paramount's 'Looking For Alaska' To Film In Michigan This FallMore than 200 cast and crew hires are expected to be Michigan residents. About 1,700 local hires are expected to be extras.
Gov. Snyder Signs Law Ending Michigan Film IncentivesA law ends state incentives that encourage the production of movies and TV shows in Michigan.
"Life Of Crime" Showcases A Jennifer Aniston Not Seen Before On The Big ScreenAniston stars as kidnapped wife Mickey Dawson in "Life of Crime," based on Elmore Leonard's novel, "The Switch."
2 TV Shows Awarded Michigan Film IncentivesThe Michigan Film Office says it has awarded a $1.5 million film incentive to the "Ask Dr. Nandi" talk show — and $308,869 to American Muscle.
Beverly Hills Cop Sequel Being Shot In Detroit; Eddie Murphy Will Star“We are excited to welcome Axel Foley and the Beverly Hills Cop franchise back to Michigan."
Film Incentives Face Uncertain Future In MichiganIf 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.
WATCH: Movie Making Gets Spotlight In MichiganMichigan’s movie making business may be in its infancy, but there are tons of opportunities for jobs and growth, the commissioner of Michigan’s Film Office said during taping of “Michigan Matters”
Indie Movie "Dial-A-Prayer" Filming In Downtown FerndaleA section of 9 Mile Road was closed, Tuesday for production an upcoming movie.
Feature Film 'Northern 48' Approved For $3.9M IncentiveThe state is willing to give nearly $4 million to reward an upcoming made-in-Michigan movie called "Northern 48."
Syfy Television Network Pilot '12 Monkeys' Approved for Film IncentiveThe Michigan Film Office announced that the pilot for a new Syfy Television Network series, 12 Monkeys, from Universal Cable Productions was approved for a film incentive from the state.
Projects Filming in Lansing, Saugatuck Approved for Film IncentivesThe Michigan Film Office announced two feature films, "The Funeral Guest" and "Saugatuck Cures," have been approved for film incentives from the state.
Blue Goji Arcade Game Awarded State Digital Media IncentiveThe Michigan Film Office announced the project, Blue Goji Mobile Arcade Game, has been approved for a digital media incentive from the state. The mobile game is a follow-up to the Blue Goji interactive boxing game developed and produced by Pixo Entertainment in Southfield.