Happy New Year! from Cinema Detroit


4126 Third Street • 48201 | cinemadetroit.org

Best Place to see an Indie Film – 2020 • 2021 • 2022
Metro Times Best of Detroit
🎬 Masks are strongly encouraged for everyone.
🎬 TICKETS are available online OR at the box office on show days beginning one half-hour (30 minutes) before the first showtime of the day. Please be aware that third-party ticketing sites are often inaccurate.
Posters are still available for a $10 donation each or three (3) for $25.
  • The list of available posters is here or browse carefully in the Lobby. We will be adding more so check back soon!
  • Posters picked up IN PERSON during biz hours. We will not ship posters.
  • Posters displayed on our walls or in frames are not for sale yet.
CORSAGE Jan. 6 - Jan. 12th
Vicky Krieps (Phantom Thread) returns as Empress Elisabeth of Austria, who is idolized for her beauty and renowned for inspiring fashion trends. But in 1877, ‘Sisi’ celebrates her 40th birthday and must fight to maintain her public image by lacing her corset tighter and tighter. While Elisabeth’s role has been reduced against her wishes to purely performative, her hunger for knowledge and zest for life makes her more and more restless in Vienna.

She travels to England and Bavaria, visiting former lovers and old friends, seeking the excitement and purpose of her youth. With a future of strictly ceremonial duties laid out in front of her, Elisabeth rebels against the hyperbolized image of herself and comes up with a plan to protect her legacy.

"Kreutzer builds up an episodic but compelling portrait of a disaffected woman, but one with enough stoic wisdom to know that since she bought the ticket she might as well stay on the ride as long as she can." — Hollywood Reporter
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CAT DADDIES starts Friday, Jan. 20
Man has found a new best friend: Tora, Pickles, Lucky, Zulu, Toodles, Flame and GoalKitty. These are just some of the lovable feline stars of director Mye Hoang’s debut documentary film CAT DADDIES, a heartwarming and tender portrait of a diverse group of men whose lives have been forever changed by their love of cats,

These nine “cat dads” come from all walks of life – a firefighter, a truck driver, a Hollywood stuntman, an ad executive turned cat rescuer, a police officer, a software engineer, an actor/Instagram influencer, a school teacher and an undocumented and disabled immigrant living on the streets of New York City. They couldn’t be any more different, but each of them has a compelling story to tell and share an unconditional love for their beloved cats.
CAT DADDIES is a refreshing and timely exploration of modern masculinity that shows us how being a “cat person” has no gender, and that the unlikely bond between man and cat is here to stay.

"Soars through all the trouble. It does not not ignore or minimize the gigantic challenges in our lives, but shows a way to cope when confronting disaster and death. And, yes, it warms the heart of even the sternest, dog-loving people among us." — ScreenAnarchy
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Friday, Jan. 20 ONLY
Live Music by Jeff Rapsis
AN EVENING WITH BUSTER KEATON presents a 4K restoration of BATTLING BUTLER (1926) preceded by the short film ONE WEEK (1920), both with LIVE MUSIC by the amazing Jeff Rapsis. Running time including a 5-minute intermission is 108 minutes.
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While staying at an isolated island resort, James (Alexander Skarsgård) and Em (Cleopatra Coleman) are enjoying a perfect vacation. Guided by the seductive and mysterious Gabi (Mia Goth), they venture outside and find themselves in a culture filled with violence, hedonism, and untold horror. (NEON)
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Cinema Detroit is....
...Metro Detroit’s only truly independent cinema, delivering an eclectic, quirky and quality mix of contemporary, indie, cult, genre, and classic movies in the heart of the city.

Established in 2013, it is also still the only movie theater in Greater Downtown. Located at 4126 Third Street, 48201, we feature a wide variety of movies in a unique setting – the former Weber Furniture Store – and freshly made popcorn, Faygo pop, and occasionally other locally-made treats.

...a community-based, mission-driven non-profit cinema that exists to benefit the community and the arts. Specifically, Cinema Detroit:
  • promotes media literacy and arts education.
  • provides a community gathering place for watching films and for the dialogue that they spark.
  • provides the city of Detroit and the metro Detroit region with access to a breadth of film options, from mainstream to local, especially the best independent film.
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