The Detroit History Museum is hosting a free screening of Anthony Brogdon’s “Business in the Black” February 2 at 3:00
Fifteen years after he attempted an acceptance speech for his Bowling for Columbine Best Documentary Academy Award, Michael Moore was able to finish his speech this weekend in receiving his Lifetime Achievement Award at the Critics’ Choice Documentary Awards.
Screenings of the documentary, “Detroit: Comeback City,” have been announced for inside Michigan Central Station, the building that inspired it, for today, November 2. These screenings will be brought to you by Ford and Freep Film Festival.
“How to Kill 14 People” without Saying a Word ( www.howtokill14people.com ) is a controversial political documentary from award winning filmmaker Nick Stumphauzer.
Grace Centers of Hope will host the red carpet, public premiere of the documentary film, Thirteen One, on Thurs., Oct.4
The four part docuseries “The Defiant Ones” heads into Emmy nomination voting season with considerable momentum. Written and directed by
DETROIT – Two Michigan independent filmmakers are seeking help in funding a documentary called Bad Water. Small Town. Deaf Ears.