Film

Incentives, taxes, productions and festivals

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Students turn lens on manufacturing

April 17, 2014
An annual high school student video competition aims to promote interest in the manufacturing industry. Read More

Grand Rapids Film Festival raises curtain this week

April 7, 2014
The “when” and “where” to watch 32 hours of independent films in Grand Rapids has been answered. Read More

'The End of the Tour' picks up $495K for filming

March 12, 2014
In case anyone is wondering whether Michigan’s film incentives are still keeping Hollywood’s attention focused here, just look at what’s happening in Grand Rapids. Read More

Local film premieres in West Michigan before hitting the road

March 7, 2014
Joseph Scott Anthony is convinced 2014 will be a breakthrough year for Grand Rapids-made independent films. Read More

Movie theater demolition creates 28th Street vacancy

March 5, 2014
Say goodbye to what was once hailed as the “largest” theater in the world, and say hello to 20 acres of property on 28th Street. Read More

'The Middle Distance' films in region

March 4, 2014
| By AP
A film shot in three communities in the region is getting some help from the state. Read More

'The End of the Tour' films in Grand Rapids

February 28, 2014
The man who will be Hollywood’s next “Lex Luthor” has returned to Grand Rapids. Read More

'Breaking Bad' star enters 'Holland, Michigan'

February 26, 2014
The actor who played “Walter White” on AMC’s hit series “Breaking Bad” will soon star in a film named after a lakeshore city. Read More

Film-rating nonprofit names CMO

February 6, 2014
A family friendly film-rating nonprofit has named the marketer who will promote its mission and seal of approval. Read More

Video: Indie film 'The Fly' premieres downtown

January 2, 2014
Set, cast, produced and filmed in Grand Rapids, the indie film “The Fly” will premiere downtown on Friday. Read More