Backpack stars in local film
A globetrotting backpack is the star of an international project launched by two local filmmakers. Marty Shea, 34, and Ian Bonner, 32, who both live in Detroit, are putting together a film that will consist of short works by 25 independent filmmakers from across the globe.
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In orchestra pit, a show like ‘South Pacific’ needs some sonic boom
The Rodgers and Hammerstein Broadway classic South Pacific opens a short run at the Academy of Music on Tuesday, and the word in show circles is that whatever faith you’ve lost in this musical – whether in bad summer stock or in the eccentrically shot film version – will be restored.
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Film Tax Subsidies Cost More Than They Give Back, New Report Says
Get Business Mobile Text Alerts : Text BIZ To 37798 State subsidies for movie and TV production generate hype and bring in stars, but they don’t create permanent jobs or enough tax revenue to offset their cost, a new national report claims.
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