The Michigan Film & Digital Media Office becomes the first Reel-Scout client to adopt Reel-Scout's newly-released Reel-Tourism module. The Reel-Tourism module built for the Michigan Film & Digital Media Office is a data-rich repository of all the productions shot in Michigan, since 1940.
The module holds location information and images, set information and images, anecdotal information about the production, cast & crew information and the like. These can then be used by the Michigan Film & Digital Media Office or the Michigan Tourism Office (Pure Michigan) to promote Michigan productions as well as Michigan locations used in those productions.
By creating tours, by featuring certain productions, and/or by allowing self-directed searches, Michigan is now well positioned to capture the rising tide of film tourism.
Being the only state that touches four of the five Great Lakes, Michigan has more than 11,000 inland lakes and over 36,000 miles of streams. The state's unique topography results in the variety of filming locations Michigan has to offer filmmakers and productions.
For more information on filming in Michigan, visit the Michigan Film & Digital Media Office's website.
PHOTO CREDIT: Photo of Mackinac Island in Michigan via Michigan Film & Digital Media Office's location gallery.