The transgender, Chinese-born sociology student from University of Michigan is also bringing awareness to LGBTQ issues
A look at the week-long event where attendees pick their favorite films and forecast Oscar nods
The Detroit native was born for the drama
The metro Detroit native has gone on to become a legendary actor, comedian, producer, and more
Ahead of its run in Detroit, cast member Timothy Gulan gives the inside scoop on getting into character and rehearsing during showtime
The comedy troupe known as The Tenderloins will perform this month at DTE Energy Music Theatre
Woody, Buzz, and the rest of the gang hit the big screen this month
At least over the next seven months
Motown Museum has arranged a screening of “Diana Ross, Her Life, Love and Legacy” to celebrate the legend
Smokey Robinson, Common, Celine Dion, Patti LaBelle, and more performed throughout the night, proving that the late icon’s impact spans far beyond Detroit
Nationally, Nicole Curtis is best known as a motivational speaker, author, and the renovation extraordinaire behind the historic home projects featured on DIY Network...
Actress, activist, and co-founder of Detroit Blows
Winter and its bone-chilling temperatures are in full effect, imposing a weekend agenda to be spent indoors. The DTE Beacon Park Foundation and Downtown Detroit Partnership have arranged February Flicks, a month-long movie-festival starting Feb. 2 at no cost.
The Holocaust Memorial Center Zekelman Family Campus shares untold stories of the genocide
Creator Josh Wakely animates Detroit’s music legacy through “Motown Magic”
The 2018 Arab Film Festival has officially kicked off in metro Detroit. As a part of the larger Cinetopia Film Festival, the event will run through June 10, presenting a lineup of director talks, workshops, special events, and award-winning short films.
On Tuesday, May 15, UA Commerce Township Stadium 14 in Walled Lake — in partnership with 450 other cinemas across the country — staged an exclusive, one-night showing of the documentary “American Dream: Detroit.”
Returning for its fifth year, the Freep Film Festival kicks off today, featuring its largest lineup to date.
A nationally-touring celebration of Italian cinema, the Italian Film Festival USA of Metro Detroit, will return with even more programming than last year.
“The Lost Tapes: Malcolm X” is presented entirely through speeches, newscasts, and rarely seen archival footage, including Nation of Islam rallies and recordings made at the Audubon Ballroom in New York on the day of Malcolm X’s assassination.