A film studio that has experienced problems in the past is in danger of being evicted from city-owned property in Allen Park due to lease problems, according to The Detroit News.
Unity Studios could be forced to leave by June 7 if the issue is not resolved.
The News cites research by James Hohman, fiscal policy analyst, which shows Michigan film jobs have decreased despite the state handing out millions of dollars in subsidies to movie makers.
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