When: Wed., Aug. 2, 8 p.m. 2017
Now in its 23rd year, this Windsor-Detroit film festival will be an amalgam of screenings, live performances, artist talks, and more. Most of the festival will take place at the Capitol Theatre in Windsor, except for this opening night extravaganza. Held at the Detroit Film Theatre, this party will include rare screenings of Yoko Ono’s pioneering films as well as a live performance from Malcolm Goldstein, a Canadian composer, improviser, and violinist. Festival tickets are $25 or $5 suggested donation per screening.