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Incentives, taxes, productions and festivals
LANSING — Oscar-nominated actor Ryan Gosling's directorial debut has been approved for a $1.75 million Michigan tax incentive. Read More
The Emmy-Award winner and co-founder of Fubble Entertainment is happy to be working in Grand Rapids.
You might say that Patrick W. Ziegler began his career in the third grade when he was chosen for a part in the Godfrey-Lee High School production of “Carousel.” Read More
LANSING — Michigan film producers and some lawmakers say they will lobby to maintain the state's $50 million film credits cap, which could be slashed 50 percent under Republican Gov. Rick Snyder's budget proposal. Read More
But promoter expects event could eventually draw 30,000 fans.
Come Oct. 12, Mark Hodges intends to populate a building in Wyoming with Stormtroopers, Spider-Man, Batman, and a host of other superhero and sci-fi characters, at the inaugural Grand Rapids Comic-Con. Read More
Brandella Films' dreams are starting to come true. Read More
A short film about a Grand Rapids rapper is being set, cast, produced and shot in Grand Rapids — and producers want local talent to fill the screen. Read More
The West Michigan premiere of the new film “Promised Land,” starring Matt Damon and directed by Gus Van Sant, will kick off the West Michigan Environmental Action Council’s 2013 film series. Read More