On March 20, 2010, I had the privilege and pleasure to attend the opening session of the Detroit Film Theatre’s new series on significant films in the long history of that art form—DFT 101. This Saturday afternoon series premiered with a screening of the famous 1924 German silent film, The Last Laugh. It included opening remarks by Elliot Wilhelm, the curator of film for the Detroit Institute of Arts who also gives commentary on classic films for public television.
Archive for March, 2010
Visitors to the Detroit Movie Palaces this movie season will have the chance to see the Marx Brothers in the two big phases of their film career.
At the Detroit Film Theatre on May 1, 2010, fans of this zany of comedy team can enjoy them in their 1932 Paramount release, Horse Feathers. And on March 5, 2010, several hundred Redford Theatre moviegoers laughed it up at the Marx Brothers’ second feature for MGM, A Day at the Races (1937).