Friday, September 30, 2011


Lansing's Michigan Film Office shouts out proudly that post-production work on an animated documentary called "Actor?" is now approved for a film incentive from the state. The post-production work will be provided by locals who work at Farmington Hills-based Digital Image Studios.

“Post-production work continues to be an important foundation for utilizing existing infrastructure and talent here in Michigan,” said Carrie Jones, director of the Michigan Film Office. “As an added bonus, this documentary will feature stories and interviews with Michigan actors, among others from across the country.”

"Actor?" was approved an financial gift of $62,520 on $156,000 of projected in-state expenditures. The work will be done by existing employees at Digital Image Studios.The documentary is said to interview actors "across the country to get a glimpse of why actors do what they do and how they work to enhance their careers."

In 2011, 19 projects have been approved with $23,579,819 in incentives being awarded on $56,700,577 of approved production expenditures for the year.

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