The Michigan Film Office has approved tax incentives for a feature film set in a dystopian future.
So, the 48 Hour Film Project – Detroit has ended and teams walked away with an incredibly intense, entrancing weekend filled with film making, friendship, pitfalls and accomplishments…some even walked away with an award! This year, […]
Marky Mark is pulling for Detroit.
From “The Breakfast Club” to “Mean Girls,” what’s the best school movie? You decide!
Michigan might not have the infamous Hollywood sign, but we have had some impressive Hollywood movies filmed here…and with good reason, too. Firstly, there is Detroit, with a gritty, industrial vibe, Gothic-looking churches, a crystal-clear view of Canada over the river, The Detroit People Mover, and a unique skyline backdrop. Michigan also boasts the history-rich college town of Ann Arbor, white sandy beaches of Lake Michigan along the west side of the state, and a little island right at the tip of the mitten that we like to call Mackinac. With that remarkable list of locations, it’s no wonder why more and more movies are being filmed here.
Summer is here and the Detroit Historical Society is bringing back the most popular films from its monthly film series.
After two months of renovations, The Redford Theater is back in business — and they’re kicking it all off with a special showing of a childhood Disney classic.
All eyes are on construction of some Asian-style buildings that will appear in the upcoming “Transformers” movie.
A film about young women in the city of Detroit has gained national attention since its on-line debut this week.
Storms have dampened plans by the makers of the next installment of the “Transformers” movie franchise to shoot an action sequence along a wheat field-lined stretch of Michigan state highway near Adrian.