BIRMINGHAM (WWJ/AP) – A film that was shot in Michigan and stars Matthew Modine and Kristin Chenoweth will screen this weekend at a theater in Birmingham.

The film will be showing at the Birmingham 8 Theatre Friday through April 4. On Saturday, however, movie-goers can meet the film’s director Benjamin Epps for a question-and-answer session, followed by an after-party, at Dick O’Dow’s starting at 9:30 p.m.

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Much of “Family Weekend” was filmed at a home in Macomb County’s Harrison Township. The movie also features Olesya Rulin, Joey King and Shirley Jones. According to the film’s website, “Family Weekend” is about 16-year-old girl who takes her parents hostage after they miss her big jump-roping competition.

The film’s tagline is: “If a family doesn’t stick together, sometimes you have to use a little tape.”

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Some suburban Detroit high schools were also used as shooting locations. The Macomb County Film Office assisted the production in securing locations, props and extras for the crowd scene.

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