Shot as a Thesis Film project for the Acting Program graduation, REQUISITION tells the story of four college students who are chased indoors by a mysterious creature. The film features acting students Kira Ellington, Ryan Anthony, Carmen Nixon, and Alexander Schott, who graduated as apart of the 2017 acting class. The film was shot on the sound stage by Motion Picture Institute film students and graduates.
MPI's Annual Auditions: For The Novice and Seasoned Actor Alike Thinking about whether or not it will be worth your time and effort to come out and audition for our students' films this year? Although the roles are unpaid, here are...
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Barry Sanders in Confident spot is quarterbacked by Nate Sherfield
Tomaki Boaz wrote and directed this spec piece for Chevrolet to add to his ever growing directors' reel.
Scarlet's Chop - A detective thriller written, directed and shot by the Motion Picture Institute Film Camp 2017 students.
Announcing the winner of the 2017-18 Motion Picture Production scholarships
Heidi Philipsen's film nominated for awards; Actress Gus Birney interviewed for TV Over Mind.
Q&A interview with Bryan Hopkins who was hired to make a promotion video for Sunrise of Africa School in Kenya.
Motion Picture Actors Program '17 Graduation
One Last Time
Movement Festival Documentary produced by Motion Picture Institute grad Marco Aluia
The Hollywood Reporter and Variety cover the news of Josh's script getting produced
President/CEO Douglas Schulze introduces Audition Attendees to the Motion Picture Actors Program
MPI grad Josh Wagner completes documentary on famed Gong Show winner
Legendary sci-fi horror actor at Motion Picture Institute
Big budget Detroit production, Transformers: The Last Knight set to be released this summer
MPI acquires three RED Scarlet-W Cameras
MPI alumnae meets with Justin Trudeau and Canadian Parliament members about his film