Who know's, one of those images just might make the difference for a location scout searching for that particular something - right here in Michigan!!
Since 2003 the mission of the Michigan Production Alliance has been to provide cohesiveness to the community, through communications, continuing education and political awareness. To BE the Voice of the Production Community! As well as to offer leadership in the development of incentives and a more stable financial environment for Michigan film and video production companies, freelancers and support services.
Hello my friends,
MPA has been collecting lists from crews who have worked in Michigan since 2008. The goal is to compile the names and positions of Michigan based crew members. We want to get a better idea of just who is working in which positions to measure crew strength. Just what is the 'depth' of our crew OR how many films could we staff locally! Thanks go out to all the MPA volunteers who have completed the tedious task of capturing this data. It WILL truly be a valuable resource for filmmakers and particularly those who are MPA members!
We will continue to need crew lists and people to compile info onto spreadsheets listing positions and then add names from our vast collection of crew lists. Please let us know if you would like to take this on! We will provide guidence and direction in the task.
|The Michigan Production Alliance or MPA is a 501c6 industry trade or business enterprise organization.
Our goal is to encourage a more stable financial environment for Michigan film and video production companies, freelancers and support services
Our mission involves providing professional and educational resources to anyone interested in producing media in the state of Michigan. MPA strives to promote and enhance the community of Michigan media professionals, both union and non-union, by providing resources such as crew and equipment contacts, seminars, workshops and various other industry related support.
The Michigan Production Alliance
Building foundations is the first priority, this is not a 'laundry list" but rather a step by step process by which we hope to grow and maintain the strength of our community. Whose job is it to do this? Who should MAKE it their job? Regardless, this is a plan of action, a starting point for discussion.
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