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1967

Sat., July 29, 2-4 p.m.
phone 313-494-5800
info@thewright.org

Join us for a screening of the film "1967" written and directed by Naeemah Stewart. "1967" is a historical drama set in Detroit during mid July. A joy ride on the town leads three young teenagers in the depths of fear and despair. An intergenerational conversation between Naeemah Stewart and Reverend Dr. Carlyle Stewart, III will take place after the film screening. This program is part of The Wright Museum's opening week of events for Say It Loud: Art, History, Rebellion, and also commemorates the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Detroit Rebellion. FREE

http://thewright.org
Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History (map)
315 E. Warren Ave.
Midtown
phone (313) 494-5800; (313) 494-5855 (FAX)
1967

The Bad News Bears (1976) at the Senate Theater!

Sat., July 29, 8-10:30 p.m.
phone 313-894-0850
hello@senatetheater.com

The Greatest Baseball Movie Ever Made! THE BAD NEWS BEARS Starring Walter Matthau and Tatum O'Neal, The Bad News Bears is a tartly-scripted comic saga about a no-hope Little League team from L.A.'s San Fernando Valley, the film — directed by Michael Ritchie from an original screenplay written by Bill Lancaster — shocked and amused audiences with its unbridled vulgarity and unvarnished portrayal of youth sports. THE BAD NEWS BEARS 1976 RUNNING TIME: 1:42 Doors open at 7pm Organ Overture on the Mighty Wurlitzer at 7:30. Parking is available in our gated lot on Gilbert Street. Tickets are $5 $5

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Senate Theater (map)
6424 Michigan Ave.
Greater Detroit Area
phone (313) 894-4100
The Bad News Bears (1976) at the Senate Theater!

Traverse City Film Festival

Wed., July 26, Thu., July 27, Fri., July 28, Sat., July 29 and Sun., July 30

Controversial filmmaker Michael Moore co-founded this festival and the board is a cast of venerable and award-winning directors, filmmakers, actresses, writers, and musicians. This year they will screen films about Detroit, Standing Rock, Bill Nye the Science Guy, James Rigato, transgender murders, and more. There will be documentaries, fiction, and even a screening of Cool Hand Luke. The festival offers more than just movies. There will also be after parties and activities for kids, too. $12

Various Locations (map)
Main Street
Greater Ann Arbor Area
phone (734) 665-8863
Traverse City Film Festival

Liberation Film Series: Born in the Struggle

Sun., July 30, 2-4 p.m.
phone 313-494-5800
info@thewright.org

"Born in the Struggle" is a documentary by Kamasi Hill that tells the untold story of the children of the 1960’s and 1970’s American radical activists. The film addresses the question of “what was/is life like for the children of the 1960’s and 70’s radicals?,” explores their reflections and ruminations on their childhood, the influences of their parents, and how the activism of their parents affected their life. The driving narratives of film will be people like Tupac Shakur, Ayanna Gregory, Fred Hampton Jr., Ras Baraka and Tanehisi Coates This program is free and open to the public. FREE

http://thewright.org
Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History (map)
315 E. Warren Ave.
Midtown
phone (313) 494-5800; (313) 494-5855 (FAX)
Liberation Film Series: Born in the Struggle

Traverse City Film Festival

Wed., July 26, Thu., July 27, Fri., July 28, Sat., July 29 and Sun., July 30
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The Traverse City Film Festival will be featuring more than 117 films and filmmakers this year! The movies will be screened at varying venues. The full movie schedule including location, and ticket prices is on the website: http://secure.traversecityfilmfest.org/websales/pages/list.aspx?perpage=30&epguid=8fc1333c-62a3-467a-b51c-ada73714212e& Don't miss it! $12-$50

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Summer Drive-In

Through Sept. 10, 7:30-11:30 p.m.

The USA Hockey Summer Drive-In features three large screens that show first-run double-features seven nights a week. With a full-service restaurant on site and convenient location just off M-14, the Drive-In is a fabulous destination to enjoy those perfect Michigan summer nights while they last! We hope you’ll make the Drive-In your new summertime tradition! Adults (13 and up)- $10. Kids (age 4-12)- $8. Kids 3 and under- FREE. Students (with student ID Sunday-Thursday)- $8. Groups of 15 or more (must arrange 24 hours in advance)- $8.

http://www.usahockeyarena.com/drivein
USA Hockey Arena (map)
14900 Beck Rd
Greater Plymouth Area
phone 734-453-6400
Summer Drive-In
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