Melissa Gilbert, former star of “Little House on the Prairie” and president of the Screen Actors Guild, said that she is dropping her bid for a congressional seat in Michigan. Gilbert said that…
Filmmaker Michael Moore, in a letter of protest to Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder’s decision to pause efforts to bring more Syrian refugees to the state, is offering his Traverse City home to those…
Melissa Gilbert, a former Screen Actors Guild president and star of “Little House on the Prairie,” announced that she is running for Congress. Gilbert said that she is running as a Democrat to unseat…
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Michigan's appeal to producers is based on strong incentives and an experienced crew base. In October, legislation passed the state Senate that could change the existing incentive to a flat 25% for…
The Michigan Film office has approved Warner Bros. follow up to the “Man of Steel” to receive $35 million in incentives to film in the state, beginning early next year. The actioner, that will star…
SAG-AFTRA and the Writers Guild of America East have blasted legislation making Michigan a "right to work" state.
SAG-AFTRA is urging its 165,000 members to oppose pending legislation that would make Michigan a "right to work" state.
Chris Winters thought he'd landed a sweet gig when he went to work last November for a startup visual effects and production company in Michigan, Maxsar Digital Studios.
At a time when Michigan's hard-hit industrial economy continues to sputter, the klieg lights are on for the state's new growth engine: entertainment. But while filming in the state has experienced an…
The long list of projects filming in Michigan may be about to grow by one.
Union members reveal a $146 million movie and television studio complex just outside Detroit.