Please join us this Thursday, September 7 at 5 p.m. in front of Detroit’s iconic train station at Roosevelt Park, 2405 Vernor Hwy., Detroit, MI 48216.
Advocates of a revived program believe that Michigan has missed opportunities in the film and commercial industry since the original program was gutted in 2015. They argue that bringing media projects back to Michigan can stimulate job creation. However, critics argue it may not best use the state’s tax revenue.
Discover the key steps you need to take to bring your short film project to life. Follow this comprehensive guide
It’s finally coming! My second solo art/film/storytelling event will be on September 1st at Ant Hall. Ticket and event
On behalf of the Detroit Filmmaker Awards (DFA) team, we express our deepest gratitude and appreciation for your unwavering support
Will Phelps Video World/Gina T TV will present the Tubi Detroit Filmmakers Red Carpet Meet and Greet Sunday, August 6
by Harvey Kurek Ovshinsky Happy birthday, Detroit! This month marks the mother planet’s 322nd year around the sun. I remember
Are you curious about what’s really happening at the southern US border? Experience the gripping narrative of ‘Borders,’ a thought-provoking
by Harvey Kurek Ovshinsky Thirty-five years ago, just two years after transforming his beloved but impoverished and refuse-laden neighborhood into
“There is a purpose behind your pain. You must trust the process. The storms will come, but they won’t last