Ann Arbor Film Festival

The Ann Arbor Film Festival dates back to 1963. It receives more than 3,000 submissions annually from more than 65 countries and serves as one of a handful of Academy Award®-qualifying festivals in the United States. The event screens over 150 films over six days from over 20 countries. In addition to the screenings, there will be

Ann Arbor Film Festival2019-12-16T13:45:35-05:00

America’s Got Talent Season 15 Auditions

Who's going to be the next big act to follow the success of Detroit Youth Choir on NBC's America’s Got Talent? The show is heading back to Detroit in search of the nation’s top acts. The auditions welcome acts of any age and any talent. Visit the event website to create a Performer Profile for a chance

America’s Got Talent Season 15 Auditions2020-01-02T19:26:50-05:00

Chelsea’s Purple Rose Theatre seeking apprentices

Acclaimed actor and playwright, Jeff Daniels returned to his roots and founded the Purple Rose Theatre Company in Chelsea, Michigan in 1991. He created the company to provide a creative home for emerging talent and seasoned professionals to learn more about and to practice their craft, and now that home is looking for some new residents. Applications

Chelsea’s Purple Rose Theatre seeking apprentices2020-03-04T14:17:08-05:00

Big Sean and Emagine Entertainment partner on Detroit project

It may surprise some people to realize that there is no movie theater in the heart of Detroit. There are lovely venues capable of showing a movie, but nowhere to go on a random Sunday afternoon when you just feel like catching a flick. Two seemingly unlikely partners are set to change that—Paul Glantz’s Emagine Entertainment and

Big Sean and Emagine Entertainment partner on Detroit project2020-03-04T14:17:19-05:00

New effort aims to boost Michigan’s theatrical community

Every once in a while an experience comes along that changes the course of your life, and sometimes even introduces you to people who want to take a similar journey. Such is the case with two Michigan girls who met at Rising Stars, a theatrical program in their hometown of Bloomfield Hills. Both went on to pursue

New effort aims to boost Michigan’s theatrical community2020-03-04T14:07:06-05:00

Michigan-made film battles Captain America

Making movies in Michigan is nothing new, but this weekend a film opens that has the potential to positively impact both the local economy and image of the state in a unique and ongoing manner. Jinn is the brainchild of writer/director Ajmal Zaheer Ahmad, and it was filmed in Michigan without financial support from a distributor or

Michigan-made film battles Captain America2020-03-04T13:55:05-05:00