Every weekend we are going to be offering Michigan film industry’ s biggest stories for that week. This will be for those presently living in the state of Michigan and those sprung who are now making names for themselves in sunny California.
Grand Rapid’s Urban Institute of Conemporary Arts will present Dan Campbell’s paranormal thriller, “The Incantation” Thursday, November 28, 2018.
Father Francis and Sister Margaret who have been good friends for years, both with passions to serve the Lord. But when the parish begin to suspect that they have more than “friendship feelings” for one another, their Faith, Devotion, and Love becomes a media spotlight.
it is with excitement that Grosse Pointe Park, MI based Jon Tomus Talent, LLC has had Richard Tyson sign on and joined their family of actors.
Actor Corbin Bernsen joins the cast of the Nancy Oeswein/Auburn Moon Agency production of “A Bennett Song Holiday” this weekend, November 15, 2018.
Tickets for the world premiere of “Ring of Silence,’Wednesday, January 16th at The Capitol Theatre in Flint MI go on sale today, November 16, 2018, at the The Whiting box office.
On December 6, 2018, #NORTHBOUND hits Ore Dock Brewing Company for a one-night-only special engagement designed to catch you up on our Michigan-made post-apocalyptic series.
The fan flick prequel “Rise of the Mask” has gone viral. Posted on Youtube on October 31, it showed a respectable 150K last week. That was an average of 15K views a day within the first 10 day period.
So who is Alice Guy-Blaché? She is among the first people anywhere to make a narrative film. From 1896 to 1906, she was probably the only female filmmaker in the world. She worked her way up to leading one of the first studios, Gaumont, and later founded her own production company, Solax.
The prequel to one of the Internet Data Base’s fastest rising viral fan flick trailers is now online. “Rise of the Mask” was posted on youtube October 31.
How do you follow up a short film which explodes across the internet as a viral sensation? This was a question that director Dtonio JoiRida Cheatham had to answer even before he saw his anti-bullying short film “Junior”