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Spotlight On Film Festivals, Makers, Incentives & More

By Beth Milligan | July 25, 2022

The Traverse City Film Festival makes its comeback this week, returning for its first festival since the pandemic began with parties, panels, and 40+ films Tuesday-Sunday at the State Theatre, Bijou by the Bay, Open Space, and AMC Theatres.

This week's Northern Express, sister publication of The Ticker, has an inside look at TCFF's return, as well as a spotlight on all things film-related in northern Michigan. Meet a roster of film creatives making their mark in the region, learn more about the efforts to resurrect Michigan's film tax incentive program, check out a handy binge guide to film screenings and festivals across northern Michigan, and read a profile on well-known Traverse City filmmaker and Dogman movie series creator Rich Brauer. Plus, get staff recommendations on the best places to eat and things to do around Traverse City in between screenings at TCFF this week.

The Northern Express is available to read online, or pick up a free copy on newsstands at nearly 700 spots in 14 counties across northern Michigan.

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