Horror production comes to Michigan and films in Troy museum.
Plizga graduated from Warren Mott High School in Warren in ’95 and attended the New York Film School in California. “I love the creative side (of the film industry). People don’t realize how much goes into this.”
She was back home working on the “The Rain Chronicles,” a feature horror film starring David Carradine of the “Kung Fu” TV series fame and the “Kill Bill” movies.
The Motion Picture Institute of Michigan, a state licensed film school based in Troy, is producing the film. Students from MPI were at the museum during the shoot as part of a class called “Feature Lab,” in which students learn advanced production skills by working under the direction of experienced industry professionals.
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