Northern Michigan Celebrates The Civil Rights Movement in Honor of Martin Luther King Jr.
In Honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s contribution to our history and to civil rights today, organizations across Northern Michigan have developed programs to inspire discussion, […]The State Theatre and Bijou Theatre in Traverse City
In 2004, documentary filmmaker Michael Moore joined with author Doug Stanton and photographer John Robert Williams to renovate Traverse City’s State Theatre, and in so doing, set […]Dennos Museum Center Presents the Created Equal Film Festival in Traverse City
The Dennos Museum Center at Northwestern Michigan College presents the Created Equal Film Festival in Traverse City, January 23-26. This series of four films is part of […]The Bay Film Series in Suttons Bay Presents: The Rocket
The Bay Film Series in Suttons Bay presents The Rocket, February 9-11, 2014. The Australian/Laos film is rated PG-13, directed by Kim Mordaunt and is part of […]Community Cinema Series at Dennos Museum Shows Las Marthas
The Community Cinema Series at Dennos Museum Center in Traverse City shows Las Marthas on February 6, 2014 at 7:00 pm. Las Marthas is a documentary about an […]Christopher Wright’s “Bestseller” Shot in Northern Michigan
The film adaptation of Northern Michigan author Christopher Wright’s “Bestseller,” shot in Northern Michigan, is currently in post-production and due out in 2014. Filmed on location in Petoskey […]Film Production Assistant Boot Camp In Traverse City
The Michigan film industry offers opportunities for jobs as film production assistants and Northwestern Michigan College in Traverse City has a way to help you get started. […]Michael Moore Helps Manistee Vogue Theatre Reopen For Film
Michael Moore helps Manistee Vogue Theatre reopen its doors after three years of restoring the 75 year-old building. Michigan’s economic development CEO Mike Finney will debut the official reopening […]Traverse City Film Festival: Thomas Morgan "Waiting for Mamu"
Director of Waiting for Mamu, Thomas Morgan, discusses his documentary film Waiting for Mamu, which debuted at the 2013 Traverse City Film Festival.Traverse City Film Festival: Chiemi Karasawa Discusses Elaine Stritch
Chiemi Karasawa, director of the Elaine Stritch documentary Just Shoot Me, talks with Rebecca Reynolds about insight and friendship gained while working on the film, shown at the 2013 Traverse City Film Festival.Traverse City Film Festival: Trailblazing in Traverse City
Reflections on being an African American at the Traverse City Film Festival.Traverse City Film Festival's "Waiting For Mamu" picked for Sedona
Thomas Morgan’s documentary short about CNN Hero Pushpa Basnet (Mamu) is first pick for Sedona Film FestivalNorthern Michigan's Vogue Theatre on the Rise in Manistee
Thanks to big-screen names including Michael Moore and John C. Reilly, the renovation of Manistee’s historic Vogue Theatre is set to be completed this year.Elmore Leonard, Gritty Detroit Crime Novelist & Screenwriter Passes Away
Northern Michigan National Writers’ Series Guest, Elmore Leonard passes away at his Detroit home, leaving a vast library of crime mediaHighlights of Traverse City Film Festival 2013
Traverse City Film Festival: You laughed, you cried, you ate a lot of popcorn. Here’s a recap of our favorite moments in this last week’s festivities.Pandora's Promise: The Pro-Nuclear Energy Documentary at Film Fest
We sit down with director Robert Stone and discuss his controversial documentary Pandora’s Promise and the subject of nuclear energy.Q&A with Film Festival Director Craig Zisk of "The English Teacher"
Traverse City Film Festival: We catch up with first-time film director Craig Zisk on his film The English Teacher, now playing at the 2013 Traverse City Film Festival.Exclusive Interview with Traverse City Film Festival Directors of Lovelace
We sit down with co-directors Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman to discuss the controversial film at the 2013 Traverse City Film Festival, Lovelace.Traverse City Film Festival: Interview With Orenthal Filmmakers
Producer Rebecca Reynolds (The Girl on the Train) interviews the filmmakers behind Orenthal, a quirky musical about the O.J. Simpson murder case.U of M Students Show Short Films at TCFF
Students from the University of Michigan premiere their short films, Fender Bender and Open House, at TCFF 9.