Michigan-born actor plans to expand film company and open new studio in Royal Oak
By Joseph Szczesny - Journal Register News Service - June 29, 2008
The premiere of a new film in Detroit puts the spotlight on the growing local film industry, including a film company that's ready to expand in Royal Oak.
The film, "Unbeatable Harold," which is based on a script by Gordon Michaels, a Michigan-born actor, opened the inaugural Detroit Windsor International Film Festival. More than 60 films of all types are being shown at five venues in Detroit and one in Windsor during the festival, which continues today. Organizers are billing the event as the "first and only" international film festival in the U.S.