LANSING, Mich. (AP) -- The Michigan Film Office says two feature films have been approved for nearly $200,000 in state incentives.
"Heartlock" will get a $139,000 incentive. It's expected to shoot scenes in Jackson and at the Standish Correctional Facility.
According to the film office, "Paid in Full" is getting a $48,000 incentive.
The movie hopes to raise awareness about human trafficking around the world and follows the story of an Indian-American girl seeking to avenge the death of her sister.
"Paid in Full" begins production this month in Novi and will do all of its post-production work in Michigan.
The state's Film Office says 11 projects have been awarded $43.5 million in incentives during fiscal year 2014.
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