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Michigan Film Tax Incentives – Best in the Nation

Michigan Film | Ernst & Young Financial Impact Report

Feb-21-2011

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The accountancy firm of Ernst & Young was first engaged by Visit Detroit and counterparts in Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids and Traverse City to create a Michigan film tax incentives study.  The report has just been released and demonstrates in hard financial numbers what the proponents have been saying all along:  the Michigan film incentives work, create jobs and spur economic activity – in a large way.

Read the Ernst & Young Michigan Film Tax Incentive Financial Impact Report

Read the Summary by the Convention & Visitors Bureaus for metro Detroit, Grand Rapids, Ann Arbor and Traverse City whom first commissioned the report.

Read the Detroit Free Press article analysis     Read the  Detroit News article.

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“Up In The Air” – 6 Oscar Nominations!

Dec-04-2009

“Up In The Air” which filmed sequences in Michigan won Best Actor award for George Clooney and tops the National Board of Review’s critics picks.

Additional winners are Clint Eastwood, Best Director for “Invictus” (whom formerly won for “Gran Torino” also filmed in Michigan thanks to the film incentives.)


Michigan Film: Kid Rock / Governor Granholm on Film Tax Incentive

Jul-23-2009

Kid Rock and Governor Jennifer Granholm describe their support for the 42% Michigan film tax incentive. Michigan Film Production applauds their efforts and emphatic backing of one of the great success stories coming out of Michigan.

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Raleigh Michigan Studios

Jun-04-2009

[Editors Note:  Raleigh Michigan Studios is the new name of the studio now according to CEO Linden Nelson]

Motown Motion Pictures Studios (Raleigh Michigan Studios) closed land purchase agreements and welcomed Governor Jennifer Granholm and members of President Obama’s Auto Industry Task Force to tour the facility. In the works is a major Sound Stage film production facility with educational training programs with a goal to employ 3,500 Michigan residents with expansion to 15,000 in coming years. A partnership between Nelson Ventures, The Taubman Group, and William Morris Endeavor’s Ari Emanuel. Ari spoke at the Mackinac Policy Institute recently to discuss Michigan and the importance of the auto industry to entertainment and his plans for the studio:

Ari Emanuel : Entrepreneurial Diversification Session with panel from Alan Languirand on Vimeo.

Michigan Stages Update – Major Film Studios Announced in Detroit and Pontiac

Feb-16-2009

Much awaited Michigan stage and studio facilities have been announced as approved for funding & Michigan film tax incentives which will bring more Michigan films and more jobs.  Raleigh Michigan Studios, (formerly called Motown Motion Picture Studios) in Pontiac & Detroit Center Studios in Downtown Detroit were announced in the Governor’s State of the State speech. Both Michigan and Detroit stages and studios will enable around the year production and are a major infrastructure support development for the Michigan Film industry enabling additional Michigan film production opportunities. With 71 films approved since last April for film incentive this year will be a landmark year in Michigan film production. From script to screen MFP is your source to film Michigan.

MICHIGAN STAGES & STUDIOS UPDATE on Michigan Film Production home page – click for update