Big Screen Anime

. November 1, 2014.
grave

The Michigan Theater showcases twelve films from Studio Ghibli. Favorites include Howl’s Moving Castle (Howl the wizard transforms young Sophie into an old woman), Ponyo (a goldfish princess escapes the sea to become human), and Grave of the Fireflies (young siblings strive to survive WWII Japan). Studio Ghibli is a Japanese animation studio known for feature films and has also produced commercials, television films, and other short films. October 11 – December 10. Most shows start at 7pm, visit website for times.

Michigan Theater, 603 E. Liberty St. 734-668-8397. michtheater.org

Trending

Local Streetwear Boutique, Motivation, hosts Supreme pop-up

Hypebeasts salivate over Supreme pop-up shop

Detroit’s iconic Buddy’s opens in Pittsfield Place Plaza

Ann Arbor Steps Up its Pizza Game

Weekend Music Guide: Singer/Songwriters

  Halloween parties will be dominating the weekend after this one…  Bands in costumes taking on high-energy sets from myriad rock icons. This weekend, I’d like to put the spotlight towards three unique presentations, each featuring local singer/songwriters. Their respective realms of style include the blues, gypsy jazz, and Americana-pop. 1.) Mike Gentry at Crazy Wisdom Gentry’s

Pioneer High School Celebrates Its Robust History

Hall of Honor Opens to Recognize Famous Alums