The life of cinema has been in question since the pandemic began. A lot of theaters are struggling to keep themselves above water. However, it’s still possible to watch great movies and encourage local theaters and filmmakers to keep going! Here are a few of the upcoming film events to be excited for. A2 Tech
Our local art house theaters are closed, but you can support them by heading over to their websites and choosing a first-run indie feature from their virtual movie offerings. Proceeds from your ticket purchase go to helping maintain those theaters while they’re closed (rent and utilities) and making sure they can re-open in the future.
People are streaming TV and movies more now than ever before. However, streaming services can really take a toll on your pocket books. And finding the right classic movie or TV show can prove to be a challenge. To save some money but still get some amazing movies and TV, check out some of the
Cinemas aren’t open yet, but you can support your favorite arthouse theater with a virtual cinema experience. Here are some of the best offerings for the week of Friday, May 22! Tremors Join the Michigan Theater staff on Twitch for a Tremors watch party at 9pm on Saturday, May 23. Staff will be providing trivia
April marked the Criterion Channel’s one-year anniversary and they pulled out all the stops to bring their viewers exceptional content this spring. Originally pairing with TCM in 2018 for a streaming service called FilmStruck, they appealed to a niche audience wanting to see foreign and classic movies. With the merger of AT&T with Time Warner,
I’ve been hearing a lot about Zoom movie parties lately. People getting together on Zoom, Google Hangout, Twitch or other preferred screen-sharing services to see a movie together apart. Tubi is a free movie streaming service with very minimal commercials. In addition to supporting your local art-house theater, this is just another fun way you