In ‘Live From Detroit: Shorts Program 2″”, six short films can be viewed with one ticket purchase. The short films include:
A hodgepodge of the city’s residents seize on the arts and occupations that give them life.
“Little Julio”: A Detroit boxing coach challenges his young students to draw strength and discipline from their training.
“Con Security”: At Youmacon, Detroit’s signature anime convention, security comes in the form of a kung-fu justice squad.
“Tee Grizzley — Off Parole”: Detroit rapper Tee Grizzley balances a skyrocketing career with legal restrictions on his movement and schedule.
“Soul Skate”: Every year roller skaters from around the world descend on Detroit for Soul Skate weekend, showing off styles from their own hometowns and reconnecting with their greater skating family.
“Finding Happiness Detroit”: Three Detroiters defy a study denouncing Detroit as the unhappiest city in America by expressing what brings them joy.
“Bless You, Boys”: Freep videographer Brian Kaufman digs into the paper’s archives to rediscover one of the most glorious moments in the city’s sports history through the eyes of reporter Bill McGraw and photographer Mary Schroeder, who covered the Tigers’ most recent World Series championship.
After the films: A conversation with the filmmakers.
Featured at Cinema Detroit, we recommend showing up one hour prior to your screening.
Today at 5 PM – 7 PM
4126 3rd St, Detroit, Michigan 48201
Noon Sun., April 14
Community Arts Auditorium,
Wayne State University
Hosted by Freep Film Festival
Pass holders are admitted first, advance ticket holders are admitted second, and we start admitting Rush Line 15 minutes prior to the start time. For the full lineup, please visit https://freepfilmfestival.com/2019-lineup.