Michigan Film Incentive Program Under Scrutiny Once Again"This thing is a total waste of taxpayer money, and I can't wait to get rid of it," said Rep. Jeff Farrington, of Utica.
House Committee Approves Bill To End Michigan Film IncentivesMichigan's film incentives could be coming to an end with a bill moving through the state House.
Michigan Close To Extending Film Incentives After House ApprovalThe bill also would lift a $2 million-per-employee cap on salaries counted as expenditures that can be reimbursed by the state.
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."
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.
Two More Films OKd For State IncentivesThe Michigan Film Office announced today "The Adventures of Mickey Matson & the Pirates Code" has been approved for a film incentive from the state.
Superman-Batman Superhero Epic To Film In MichiganThe Michigan Film Office announced Thursday that the next DC Entertainment superhero movie from Warner Bros. Pictures has been approved for a film incentive from the state.
Will A Major Comic Book Movie Be Filmed In Michigan?There's buzz that production of a major blockbuster movie is coming to Michigan.
Transformers Returning to Michigan, Approved for Film IncentiveFinally, a big-budget movie is coming to Michigan under the state's shrunken film incentive program. The Michigan Film Office announced Wednesday the feature film Transformers 4 has been approved for a film incentive from the state.
Two Small Michigan Films Approved For IncentivesThe Michigan Film Office announced two Michigan films, Landlord and Papou, have been approved for film incentives from the state.