Stories tagged: "movies"

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On the Big Screen: Michigan’s 16 Must-See TV Moments

Here’s a glimpse of our favorite cultural pieces that were set or filmed in Michigan.

In this March 18 photo a tongue-in-cheek message is displayed on the marquee of the State Theatre in Traverse City, Mich. The historic theater hosts the Traverse City Film Festival, led by documentary filmmaker Michael Moore, which is among many summer festivals and events in the tourist-friendly community that have been canceled because of the coronavirus. Movie theaters are picking up steam, now.
Theaters Are Open in Michigan, Here’s What You Need to Know

With theaters, among other activities, opening up soon it’s time to revisit the pre-pandemic fun. Grab your popcorn and malt balls.

Detroit's Redford Theatre has championed creative programming for their patrons for years. In addition to enabling participation in the creation, understanding, and appreciation of the arts in the historically preserved theatre, the Motor City Theatre Organ Society (the group that runs the Redford) is dedicated to the preservation, use, understanding, and enjoyment of the theatre pipe organ. The Redford's Barton Theatre Pipe Organ was installed for the opening of the theatre in 1928, and it's still played at the beginning of shows today! (Photo courtesy of the Redford Theatre)
Livestreams, Drive-Ins, and Curbside Concessions: How to Get Your Movie Theater Fix in Michigan

Michigan’s movie theaters are providing film fans with creative offerings on- and offline during the pandemic, and they need your support to keep ’em coming.

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You Can Finally Get Your Hair and Nails Done Again, Michigan

Mark your calendars, Michiganders! The state's reopening is picking up speed.

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WATCH: Michigan’s ‘Quarantine & Chill’ Features the Best Queer Flicks We’ve Seen

Ferndale-based mental health service Transcend the Binary has launched a weekly streaming series creating community around queer narratives.

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WATCH: Michigan Film Teacher Recreates Iconic Moments For Students in Quarantine

When spring break turned into a farewell, Anne Russo decided to keep her isolated students engaged in the magic of movies.

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No Theater, No Problem: 10 New Movies You Can Watch Right Now From Home

The vast majority of the nation’s movie theaters are now closed and multiple studios are now releasing their films digitally.