MAKING A MARK

Midnight weekend screenings happen on Friday & Saturday nights (meaning arrive on Friday and/or Saturday night by 11:45pm for seating, the movie starts after midnight)!

Director: Gold House Media, Reel Clever Films, Space Monkey Productions Run Time: 55 min. Release Year: 2020

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FREE! Only Available May 15-17

Three filmmakers explore the work and motivations of the 2019 Kresge Artist Fellows, a group of 18 Detroit artists working in literary and visual forms.

Popcorn

Kresge Arts in Detroit and Cinema Detroit have partnered to offer free snacks to accompany Making a Mark’s virtual screenings. Patrons can place an online order for free popcorn and drinks, which will be available for pickup at Cinema Detroit during specified times May 15-17. Orders can be placed at this link https://bit.ly/2WaHE3u. Cinema Detroit will be using social-distancing measures when fulfilling the orders. There is a limit of one popcorn and two drinks per email address.

Kresge Arts in Detroit

Administered by the College for Creative Studies, Kresge Arts in Detroit represents one aspect of The Kresge Foundation’s investment in the artistic communities of metropolitan Detroit, providing support to artists living and working in Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb counties. The Kresge Foundation’s Detroit Program is a comprehensive community development effort to strengthen the long-term economic, social, and cultural fabric of the city and surrounding region.

Since 2008, Kresge Arts in Detroit has awarded more than $5.6 million through 12 Kresge Eminent Artist Awards ($50,000 each), 198 Kresge Artist fellowships ($25,000 each), and 12 Gilda Awards ($5,000 each

Cinema Detroit

Cinema Detroit is an independent non-profit arthouse cinema and the only 7-day-a-week movie theater in Greater Downtown Detroit, providing regular film screenings and discussions for approximately 20,000 people per year. Cinema Detroit promotes media literacy and arts education, provides a community gathering place for watching films and for the dialogue that they spark, and 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. We’ve been closed due to COVID-19 pandemic since March 15, but the show will go on with your help. During Intermission, we are featuring a curated selection of quality independent films at Virtual Cinema Detroit from which we receive a portion of the proceeds.

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