Tag Archives: Film

Reporters on the Big Screen

The State Theatre in Ann Arbor presents a month-long program celebrating the depiction of the media in motion pictures. Journalism on Screen features films focusing on reporting in the media, with post-film discussions with former CNN Director of Political Research Robert Yoon and It’s Just Politics co-host Zoe Clark. The program will continue with the

“Strange Negotiations”

Filmmaker Brandon Vedder’s music documentary, Strange Negotiations, details the tumultuous life of David Bazan (of Pedro the Lion), his spiritual journey, family life and tour across the U.S. during the 2016 Presidential election. The film, which premiered at SXSW to great acclaim, has an approach that is both original and touching. The evening begins with

TMA screens classic horror for Halloween

The monsters will come out for Halloween at the Toledo Museum of Art, as the “Tales of Mystery and Adventure” program presents four classic silent horror films, perfect to put a vintage chill into your bones. On Halloween night, TMA will screen the 1925 Phantom of the Opera, featuring Lon Cheney’s legendary performance as the

Stranahan Theater Screens “Hocus Pocus”

The wildly popular comedy Hocus Pocus has become a movie fan’s Halloween tradition. Celebrate the tale of the Sanderson sisters with a special screening of the film on October 27 at the Stranahan Theater, attended by one of the stars, Kathy Najimy who will present a live discussion and Q&A. The event will also feature

The Human Element Premiers October 10

The premier of The Human Element focuses on the men and women at the center of the fight against climate change. From wildfires and hurricanes to rising ocean levels, these are the people who have dedicated their time to make a difference. The documentary highlights that the battle is being waged as we go about