Summer is here and the Detroit Historical Society is bringing back the most popular films from its monthly film series.
A southeastern Michigan film festival in its early stages is hoping to someday rival Sundance and Toronto.
So you missed the Sundance Film Festival in Utah or the Cannes are just too far away? Don’t fret, Cinetopia International Film Festival has got you covered! Cinetopia International Film Festival, created by the Michigan Theater in Ann Arbor brings the world-class presentations of indie films to our very own backyard.
Calling all local filmmakers! Are you looking for a way to get your work and name recognized around the world, brush up on your creativity, or simply have a fun and challenging weekend filled with only filmmaking? The 48 Hour Film Project will come to Detroit the weekend of July 19–21 and gives you just that – your chance to shine!
Former White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer and Pulitzer Prize-Winning Political Columnist talk about politics, balancing the Federal budget, and the upcoming election.
A young blogger, union leader, bar owner and a pair of scrap metal collectors are the main characters in the buzzed about movie centered on Detroit that opens at the Sundance Film Festival this weekend.
Michael Moore says the year-end fundraiser for the theater that hosts the annual Traverse City Film Festival has topped its $500,000 goal with days to spare.
Michigan native Dave Coulier will be providing a night of fun and hilarity at McMorran Theater on Thursday, Oct. 6 as part of The Blue Water Film Festival.
Starting October 1, The Henry Ford IMAX Theatre will send movie-goers on the ultimate IMAX journey with a special Extreme Adventures Film Festival.
The Detroit Historical Society continues its popular film series every weekend this summer from Saturday, July 9 through Sunday, September 4 with popular films from the past covering a range of Detroit history.