MPA recommends that Michigan film community members take the time to earn a basic COVID19 safety certificate.
Something like it will likely be part of your future production start up paperwork. Takes 30 minutes or less.
The Michigan Production Alliance (MPA) has organized an event to promote the education of entry-level media professionals by offering a half-day seminar.
The seminar Sponsored by the Association of Independent Producers (AICP) will be a lecture and interactive demonstration followed by a panel discussion featuring local professionals.
The lecture component , presented by MPA’s Mark Adler and other film professionals will provide more than just an overview of what is expected of Production Assistants on both film and video sets and what they can expect. A demonstration segment will include set and client etiquette, use of radios and forms and a Q&A session will feature knowledgeable industry speakers discussing career paths, local production companies, organizations and unions and the different resources they have to offer.
This event benefits the Non Profit MPA – cost includes P.A. Handbook and 1 year membership in MPA $75.00
We will program a boot camp for your organization too. We need only 10 participants in order to mount a successful session. Contact us to arrange a boot camp!
CANCELLED DUE TO COVID LOCKDOWN ORDER
Phoenix Theatres Presents the Vic Mignogna Film Forum
December 5th& 6th Film Forum Dedicated to the Actor & Filmmaker - Join us! Link belowNovember 6, 2020 - Phoenix Theatres at Laurel Park Place is proud to announce that actor and filmmaker Vic Mignogna will be in Livonia in person to host a two-day film forum on December 5 & 6 that will feature his popular anime films “Fullmetal Alchemist The Movie: Conqueror of Shamballa, Dragon Ball Z: Broly – The Legendary Super Sailyan, and for the first time on the big screen the award-winning web series “Star Trek Continues.” Mignogna will host a series of question and answer sessions throughout the day on the making of independent film, his experiences with voice-over work for hundreds of Anime films and his work on developing, acting, writing and directing his 11 episodes for the highly popular “Star Trek Continues” series.