Michigan as  Location

Michigan’s natural resources offer the film and television industry unique opportunities and value unavailable anywhere else in the United States. Taken as a whole, Michigan offers a superior venue for film and television production that other locales cannot match. In terms of production scheduling you can move your crew from a rural location to an urban one in less than an hour.

  • Over 3,000 miles of coastline, more than the entire eastern seaboard.
  • 119 lighthouses. Hundreds of thousands of acres of forest, including virgin pine.
  • Two peninsulas, with one of the world’s longest suspension bridges joining them.
  • 4 of the 5 Great Lakes surrounding those peninsulas – 40,000 square miles of water that looklike the ocean.
  • 200+ miles of white sand beach running straight from New Buffalo to Traverse City. 19 wineries, 12,500 acres of vineyards. Four distinct seasons. You want snow? Michigan’s Upper Peninsula averages over 300 inches in the winter.
  • Multiple Cities: Detroit, Grand Rapids, Traverse City, Marquette, Kalamazoo, Lansing, and many more.
  • Isle Royale – no people, just wolves and moose. 11,032 Lakes, 36,000 miles of rivers and streams.
  • Hundreds of Historic Homes, Neighborhoods and Museums. Hundreds of thousands of acres of farms.

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