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- Written by Mark Adler
Michigan Production Alliance presents IN FRAME, Michigan's film and video podcast. On this week's show, hosts Barton Bund and Mark Adler talk to Carrie Jones, former Michigan Film Commissioner and moomie.co.za former director of Studio Center in Farmington Hills.
New feature films have been added to our film grid. The grid has become smaller as a result of indian generic cialis good choice changes to the program. New additions are marked in RED.
Visit MPA's Film Grid - ONLY for MPA members!
MPA has created a stamp to show support for film incentives. The idea is to stamp it right onto checks, envelopes, (cash). It says
THIS TRANSACTION WAS MADE POSSIBLE BY MICHIGAN'S FILM INCENTIVES
Its a $36 dollar BIG RED Self inking stamper through MAX Printing in Novi.
Find them at www.maxprintingandcopy.com reference MPA and customer number 2600 XL2-12S
This way everyone will be using the same wording and word will get around!
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|Wednesday, 2010 Feb 10
|The Association of Independent Commercial Producers (AICP) continues to sponsor MPA events such as our signature Production Algebra P.A. Bootcamps which are typically offered bi monthly at various locations.|
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Michigan has an abundance of locations. Shorelines, rural, urban etc. MPA had the idea to try and highlight the main streets of our State. What if we had shots of every main street in Michigan, just as a reference to provide to filmmakers within and outside of the State?!
Who know's, one of those images just might make the generic soft tab viagra remedies difference for a location scout searching for that particular something - right here in Michigan!!
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Thursday, 17 January 2008
U.S. Department of Commerce
"Film production is a 'locomotive' industry, similar to housing construction and automobiles, in that the number of production workers in the industry belies the true impact of the industry on the economy because so many upstream, downstream, and peripheral industries depend on the primary production plant."