A global celebration of film

. October 1, 2013.
Manhattanshortfilmfestivallarge

Be part of a global event as the Michigan Theater takes part in the Manhattan Short Film Festival, starting Wednesday, October 2. Although the name sounds isolated, the weeklong festival will take place simultaneously in over 300 cities across 48 countries. Over 600 entries were submitted, and the 10 best were selected to premiere at the festival. Viewers will then get to vote for their favorite film, helping to crown a globally-selected winner. Experience some culture, make someone’s dreams come true, all without leaving the comfort of the theater seat.

$8 students, $10 general admission. 7pm. Michigan Theater, 603 E. Liberty St. 734-668-8397. michtheater.org

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