Arts & Entertainment
Detroit Film Theatre Celebrates 40th Anniversary
Originally printed 1/16/2014 (Issue 2203 - Between The Lines News)
DETROIT (AP) â The Detroit Film Theatre is celebrating its 40th anniversary.
The movie house within the Detroit Institute of Arts is screening films this weekend that have been featured throughout its four-decade history.
And the theater is doing so at a 1974 price â$2 per movie
Officials say the Detroit Film Theatre has shown 3,000 films over 2,000 weekends to more than 2 million viewers.
Among those who have appeared in person as part of a DFT program include Angela Bassett, Robert Duvall, James Earl Jones and Spike Lee.
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