Category Archives: Detroit Film Theatre

A Christmas Weekend

‘Twas the weekend before Christmas, and many movie-loving creatures were stirring in the Detroit Film Theatre, Michigan Theater, and Redford Theatre. [ statistics on viagra | bad side effects of viagra | buy cialis online canada | viagra levitra | … Continue reading

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Under the Stars

If you’re over the age of 40, you probably have memories of drive-in movie theaters scattered around the Detroit metropolitan area. Those drive-ins, which peaked in popularity in the 1950s, 60s, and 70s, began disappearing in the 1980s when their … Continue reading

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Renewal and Growth

One of the philosophies that I carry around in my pocket is: Life is movement—either growth, decay, or renewal—and renewal always precedes growth. The Detroit Film Theatre and Michigan Theater are currently applying this philosophy in different ways as they … Continue reading

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Early Hitchcock

No film director unites the audiences of the Detroit Film Theatre, Michigan Theater, and Redford Theatre more than Alfred Hitchcock. [ recreational viagra | what is viagra used for | next day delivery cialis | viagra wholesale | how to … Continue reading

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DFT Classics

The Detroit Film Theatre is probably best known for screening new foreign language, documentary, and American independent films that you are not likely to see in a mainstream commercial theater. [ viagra cialis cheap | best price viagra | viagra … Continue reading

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That’s Not All Folks

For many decades, a trip to a movie theater in the Detroit area promised more than just the feature film. It could also include extras like cartoons, newsreels, short comedies, travelogues, or other entertainments, both live and on screen. [ … Continue reading

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A Quarter Century

This past weekend marked 25 years since I first started attending movies at the Detroit Film Theatre. I first visited the DFT around August 1, 1988 for the German drama Wings of Desire. [ cialis overnight delivery | buy viagra … Continue reading

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Cinetopia Selections

A two-day program of silent films starring Mary Pickford might have seemed out of place among the many new movies at the Cinetopia International Film Festival, but guest speaker Christel Schmidt helped put things in perspective. [ viagra from india … Continue reading

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So Long Til Summer

The Detroit Film Theatre and Redford Theatre finished up their current seasons on the weekend of April 26-28, 2013 with the usual wide variety of movie entertainments that included classic, silent, and foreign language films. But before patrons enjoyed these … Continue reading

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Synergies

I was pleasantly surprised the other day to see that this year the Detroit Film Theatre will be participating in the Cinetopia International Film Festival that the Michigan Theater started last year. [ viagra pill for women | cialis soft … Continue reading

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