MITTEN MOVIE PROJECT: DETROIT NIGHT -- a night dedicated to screening shorts about Detroit or those filmed prominently in the city.
Here is the lineup for the April 3rd Mitten Movie Project. Program notes to be posted very soon!
Total running time (so far): 1 hr, 39 mins.
In order of screening (tentative order):
ORIGINS [documentary trailer] - Directed by Steven Goosen
CONEY DETROIT [book trailer] - Produced by Alexandra Bahou
313 UFO [animation] - Directed by Electric Otto
DETROIT RISE UP [music video] - Directed by Chris Licata
DECONSTRUCTING DETROIT: PUTTING PEOPLE TO WORK INSTEAD OF BULLDOZERS [documentary] - Produced by WARM Training Center
MICHIGAN CENTRAL STATION [documentary] - Directed by Stephen McGee
GOAT YEARS [documentary] - Directed by Michael Pfaendtner & Kim Stricker
DETROIT BIKE CITY [documentary] - Directed by Alex Gallegos
"DRIVIN' AROUND" by Amy Gore & Her Valentines [music video] - Directed by Brittin Richter
THE DETROIT JOURNAL - EPISODE 1: WILLIAM FOSTER IS A GOOD MAN [documentary] - Directed by Andy Miller
U.F.SOUL MAMASHIP [animation] - Directed by Electric Otto
"BIKE CHASE" by Breezee [music video] - Directed by Garen
REIMAGINING OUR CITIES [documentary work-in-progress] - Directed by Carrie LeZotte
The 4/3 MItten Movie Project is sponsored by CHEKLICH ENTERPRISES.
The Mitten Movie Project is a monthly film festival dedicated to screening independent films the first Tuesday of every month at the Main Art Theatre in Royal Oak. Presale tickets are available for $8 by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets at the door are $10 (cash only). A pre-screening reception starts at 6:30 p.m. in the Main Art lobby where moviegoers can mingle with the directors, industry professionals, and film enthusiasts. After the screening, a Q&A session will be conducted with the filmmakers in the theatre. An afterglow party will be held at a location TBA (within walking distance of the theatre) to end the night’s activities. To submit a film for consideration in the festival, visit the MMP Facebook fan page for guidelines. Submission is free. Screeners may be sent by DVD or online link.