Collective Development Inc. Press releases
Feb 01, 2018
American actor/writer/filmmaker DJ Perry's first newspaper exposure came when the semi-shy toddler with a cowboy hat refused an interview at some local Lansing event.
Jan 12, 2018
Life is full of firsts. And for three Michiganders, two of whom are high school students, taking their talents in the performing arts to the big screen for the first time, is certainly a milestone. No matter their future paths.
Jan 04, 2018
Owosso (Michigan's) Curran Jacobs and Fairmont (West Virginia's) Greg Mason share little in common. But the tie that binds the men is strong. They're both gentlemen and solid actors.
Dec 30, 2017
Michigan based Collective Development Inc. has been growing a large audience with their biblical adventure series "The Quest Trilogy," (Forty Nights, Chasing the Star, The Christ Slayer) being released by Bridgestone Multi-Media Group.
Dec 20, 2017
When looking to cast professional actors residing in Michigan for principal roles, it's usually – not always - a matter of reaching out to three regions.
Dec 13, 2017
CDI Publishing releases first book under new banner ahead of new movie with similar themes slated for a 2018 release.
Dec 06, 2017
All three films in Collective Development Incorporated's 'The Quest Trilogy' have a subtle, underlying element seamlessly woven into each layered storyline. 'Innocence,' presented in unique ways.
Nov 10, 2017
The old axiom, 'Art imitates life,' is a prevailing theme throughout 'MBF' (Man's Best Friend), the next feature film to be shot by award-winning Lansing-based production company, Collective Development Incorporated (CDI).
Nov 02, 2017
Michigan's own, Shane Hagedorn and David Gries, seasoned actors with character role and leading man credentials, have far exceeded 'one-trick pony' status.
Oct 26, 2017
Michigan-based Collective Development Incorporated continues to layer an already powerful cast for it's engaging drama and cautionary 'tail' 'MBF' ('Man's Best Friend') with the addition of two seasoned character actors and the introduction of a film...