Tuesday, June 20, 2017

The Fisher Theatre to Screen its First Movie in 30 Years

The Fisher Theatre was constructed in 1928. it was designed by Albert Kahn and it is one of the oldest buildings in Detroit. It has been the host of all sorts of different events throughout the years, but these days it is mostly office spaces rented out by a variety of companies.

This Wednesday June 21st it will return to its roots and play host to the movie premiere of The United Stated of Detroit a film by Tylor Norwood. This film focuses on the people of Detroit. How do they keep going through the good times and the bad? Why do they love Detroit, why do they choose to live here?  This film looks that what it is going to take to bring Detroit back as well as how far we have already come.  

The premiere will take place at The Fisher Theatre this Wednesday, June 21st. from 5:30 till 8:30 p.m. This is the first time the theatre will host a screening in over 30 years. Tickets to attend the show are $10 and they can be purchased here. You can learn more about the film here.

Trailer - The United States of Detroit from Tylor Norwood on Vimeo.


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