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DOC NYC DISCOUNTS for subscribers only
 

Join us for the 12th annual edition of DOC NYC, the largest documentary film festival in the US, running Nov 10-28. This year’s festival will take place in theaters and online, so audiences across the country can tune in and watch the best new documentaries. 

We are delighted to provide Cinema Detroit email subscribers with a discount code for $3 off tickets to any film on the festival platform (capacity permitting). Just enter the code at checkout: ARTHOUSE_21

Find out more about DOC NYC and all the films in the festival at www.docnyc.net

Here are a few suggestions by area of interest to get you started...

Environment
BURNING
FOREST FOR THE TREES
Our Impact/Our Crisis (shorts program)

Art
WHITE CUBE
FILM, THE LIVING RECORD OF OUR MEMORY

Human rights/social issues
BLACK AND MISSING (World Premiere; Online for 2 days only, Nov 18 and 19)
STAY PRAYED UP (Online Nov. 15-18)

International
OMARA (World Premiere)
GRANDPA WAS AN EMPEROR (World Premiere)
WE ARE RUSSIA (also Human rights/social issue)

World Premieres
INHOSPITABLE  
MCCURRY: THE PURSUIT OF COLOR (Online for 2 days only — Nov 14-15)
EXPOSING MUYBRIDGE (also Art)
THE FRENCH DISPATCH is Now Showing

A love letter to journalism, set in an outpost of an American newspaper in a fictional 20th-century French city, that brings to life a collection of stories published in The French Dispatch of the Liberty, Kansas Evening Sun.

Directed by Wes Anderson
Rated R | Running time 107 min.
Comedy, drama, romance, Wes

Thursday, Nov. 11: 7:15 | 9:30 p.m.
— SHOWS ADDED —
Friday, Nov. 12: 6:45 | 9:00 p.m.
Saturday, Nov. 13: 6:45 | 9:00 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 14: 4:30 | 6:45 p.m.
Thursday, Nov. 18: 6:45 | 9:00 p.m.

 
IN-PERSON SHOWS - Masks are required.
 
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Pin set, pencil case, tote bag, notebook

We still have French Dispatch swag to give away to as many ticketholders as possible (while supplies last).

While you're at the show, post a selfie taken in the building to FacebookTwitter, or Instagram. Tag Cinema Detroit and give us a like or follow. Then show a staff member the post on your phone. And collect your item (we choose based on supply).

 
One entry/one item per person.
Just a quick reminder, masks are required except when eating or drinking for all in-person shows.

If you're not feeling well, please stay at home, and we'll see you when you're feeling better.

One show only

HAVA, MARYAM, AYESHA screens Sunday, Nov. 21

Sponsored by Oakland University
Film Studies and Production

 
Sahraa Karimi's critically-acclaimed film HAVA, MARYAM, AYESHA screens on Sunday, Nov. 21 at 4:00 p.m. ONLY. Released in 2019, the same year Karimi was appointed to lead state-run Afghan Film, the film portrays three women, all living in Kabul in different social contexts, each dealing with her pregnancy in her own way.

Screening will be followed by a Q & A with Afghan actress Arezo Ariapoor; Fariba Pajooh, a journalist formerly stationed in Kabul; Yusuf Sultani of Afghan Association of Michigan; and representatives from Freedom House Detroit.

Tickets are $12. $1 of each ticket goes to Freedom House Detroit.

Directed by Sahraa Karimi | Not rated | Running time 83 min.
Drama | In Persian and Dari with English subtitles

IN-PERSON SHOW - Masks are required
Part of the Afghan Women's Film Festival presented with Oakland University and the Film Lab. Sponsored by the OU Film Studies and Production program, with co-sponsorship by the OU College of Arts and Sciences, Student Affairs and Diversity, Women and Gender Studies, and English departments.
Watch Film Noir online + Support Cinema Detroit with

Marquee Spotlight: Film Noir
 
It's November — the month dedicated to film noir! Catch some brilliant examples of the genre and support your favorite indie theater by watching on Cinema Detroit Marquee! Sure, you could probably watch these titles on other services, but half of each and every one of these tickets comes directly back to us. Click the posters below or see more here.
 
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