“AMEND DON’T END” COALTION FILM INDUSTRY RALLY
An informational event to most effectively communicate to Michigan's legislators, governor and voting public why the film incentive program should be preserved.
WHEN: Wednesday, April 20, 7:00pm
WHERE: MASONIC TEMPLE
500 Temple St. (east of Lodge Fwy./M-10)
Livonia, MI 48150
Mitch Albom, Free Press columnist/author
Vicki Barnett, Mich. State Representative, (D - 37th Dist.)
Jim Burnstein, Vice-Chair, MFO Advisory Council
Eddie Rubin, Danny Mooney, Deep Blue Pictures (“AWOL”)
Sam Kadi, Sam K Productions
Nathaniel McClure, CEO Scientifically Proven Entertainment
Ken Droz, Consultant and former MFO Communications Mgr.
hundreds of industry workers under the age of 30, intending to stay in Michigan.
Provided will be an update to the industry on the status of legislative efforts to preserve the Michigan Film Incentives in an existing, but revised form.
Following the 2,000+ attendance of the Livonia-Laurel Manor Town Meeting in February, an equal size or larger turnout is expected Wednesday evening."
Open to the press and general public.
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