Weekly features & showtimes
TOM OF FINLAND starts Friday, January 19. The film follows World War II veteran Touko Laaksonen as he takes refuge from a homophobic society in his art, art that became liberating to gays around the world. Finland's official entry for the Best Foreign Picture Academy Award. See showtimes below.
"Tom of Finland entertainingly recounts an intriguing and vital chapter of 20th-century gay history with style and deference." — Los Angeles Times
Not rated | Running time 1hr 55min | Biography, drama
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Friday, Jan. 196:30 | 9:15 p.m.
Sat, Jan. 206:30 | 9:15
Sun, Jan. 214:00 | 7:00
Mon, Jan. 22: 6:30 | 9:15
Tue, Jan. 236:30 | 9:15
Wed, Jan. 246:30 | 9:15
Thu, Jan. 256:30 | 9:15
LADY BIRD is set to leave the nest after this Thursday, Jan. 18. See the final showtimes below. This delightful, poignant film garnered Golden Globes for Best Motion Picture (Musical or Comedy) and Best Actress (Musical or Comedy), and a plethora of other nominations, we think deservedly so.
"Lady Bird feel like a big hug." — Actual guest review
Rated R | Running time 1hr 33min | Comedy
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Tue, Jan. 16: 5:15 | 7:30 | 9:45
Wed, Jan. 17: 5:15 | 7:30 | 9:45
Thu, Jan. 185:15 | 7:30 | 9:45
People are really digging the sharp wit and narrative style, not to mention the harrowingly accurate '90s fashions, of I, TONYA, so it's held over.
"A vivid slice of pop culture history-an irresistible, soapy mix of jealousy, competition and class warfare, fortified by powerful performances and unexpected emotional resonance." — RogerEbert.com
Rated R | Running time 2hrs | Drama, comedy, sports, biography
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Tue, Jan. 16: 5:00 | 7:15 | 9:30
Wed, Jan. 17: 5:00 | 7:15 | 9:30
Thu, Jan. 189:30
Friday, Jan. 19: 4:30 | 9:00 p.m.
Sat, Jan. 204:30 | 7:00
Sun, Jan. 21: No screenings
Mon, Jan. 224:30 | 7:00
Tue, Jan. 234:30 | 7:00
Wed, Jan. 244:30 | 9:00
Thu, Jan. 254:30 | 9:00
Ex-cop Mike Kendall (John Hawkes) discovers the body of a young woman and, in an act of self-redemption, becomes hell bent on finding the killer. While his un-couth and quirky detective style helps break open the case, his dogged determination unwittingly puts his sister (Octavia Spencer) and best friend (Anthony Anderson) in danger. Also starring Robert Forster, Clifton Collins, Jr., Michael Vartan, James Lafferty, Daniel Sunjata, Caity Lotz, Jeremy Ratchford, Don Harvey, Stefanie Scott and Dale Dickey.
NR | Running time 1hr 31min | Thriller
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Friday, Jan. 19
4:45 | 7:00 p.m.
Sat, Jan. 20
Sun, Jan. 21
4:30 | 7:30 p.m.
Mon, Jan. 22
Tue, Jan. 23
Wed, Jan. 24
Thu, Jan. 25
Starting Friday, Jan. 26 – Get your tickets now! The blues and the civil rights movement converge in TWO TRAINS RUNNING, a documentary about the search for two forgotten blues singers during the height of the civil rights movement. Directed by Sam Pollard, narrated by Common, and featuring the music of Gary Clark Jr.
  • On Friday, Jan. 26 and Tuesday Jan. 30, the 7:00 shows will be followed by Q & As with civil rights lawyers Bill Goodman of Goodman & Hurwitz and Tony Parisof Sugar Law Center.
  • On Saturday Jan. 27, the 7:30 show will be preceded by a blues performance by musician Leonardo Gianola starting at 7:00 p.m.
"This captivating movie, like the blues itself, is at once a recognition of ... somber truths and a gesture of protest against them". — New York Times
Not rated | Running time 1hr 22min | Documentary, biography, music
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Friday, Jan. 265:15 | 7:00 [Q & A] | 9:15 p.m.
Sat, Jan. 275:00 | 7:30 [performance at 7:00] | 9:15
Sun, Jan. 28: 5:30 | 7:30
Mon, Jan. 29: 5:30 | 7:30 | 9:15
Tue, Jan. 30: 5:15 | 7:00 [Q & A]| 9:15
Wed, Jan. 31: 5:30 | 7:30 | 9:15
Thu, Feb. 01: 5:30 | 7:30 | 9:15
Cinema Detroit tickets are available online at our ticketing page or at the box office during regular business hours (doors open one half-hour before the first showtime of the day). We are not set up to take tickets sales or reservations over the phone. Ticket must be presented for admission. All ticket sales are final; no refunds or exchanges. The most current feature and showtime information is always at our site, www.CinemaDetroit.org. Check out the About page for location info. Just a reminder, we are located at 4126 Third Street in Detroit, 48201, and there is FREE, OFF-STREET parking adjacent to the building.
Detroit's truly independent cinema, delivering an eclectic, quirky and quality mix of contemporary, indie, cult, genre, and classic movies in the heart of the city. We feature a unique setting - in a former furniture store - and freshly made popcorn, Faygo pop, and occasionally other locally-made treats. We are located in Midtown at 4126 Third Street, Detroit, Michigan, 48201, between Willis and Alexandrine, on the east side of the street.
Our hours are as scheduled; theater doors open 30 minutes before the first showtime.
Park in the FREE monitored off-street lot adjacent to the building and enter through the glass doors under the green awning.
Visit our web site http://cinemadetroit.org for the most extensive and current information on features and showtimes or call 313.482.9028 for the current week's showtimes.
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