A local high school student has been thrown into the spotlight after a film for a history class project turns into a bigger production than he first thought.
After two months of renovations, The Redford Theater is back in business — and they’re kicking it all off with a special showing of a childhood Disney classic.
Detroit has a plethora of events for those channeling their “inner nerd.”
It’s a chance to see the classic holiday movie “White Christmas” the way it was meant to be seen — on an old-fashioned film projector at the Redford Theatre.
Larry, Moe and Curly will be the stars at the Redford Theater this weekend for the “Three Stooges Festival.”
The Redford Theatre will show the classic film “To Kill A Mockingbird” January 14 and 15 with special guest appearance by Academy Award nominated actress Mary Badham who played “Scout” in the film.
From the sublime to the silly, this weekend features a Laurel and Hardy festival and an elegant affair at Meadowbrook.
WWJ Newsradio’s Roberta Jasina has the insight on the weekend of August 27-29 2010.