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Metro Times’ film crew would like to remember the independent movie theaters of metro Detroit, whose premiers or extended engagements of Oscar-nominated and awarded films allow local audiences to enjoy world-class cinema as a vital, relevant art form. From the 75th Academy Awards (2003):

 

Detroit Film Theatre

Y Tu Mama También (dir. Alfonoso Cuarón)
Talk to Her (dir. Pedro Almodóvar)
Nowhere in Africa (dir. Caroline Link) — forthcoming April 25-27
The Man Without a Past (dir. Aki Kurasmäki) — forthcoming May 2-4
Winged Migration (dir. Jacques Perrin) — forthcoming May 9-11

 

Main and Maple Art Theatres

Y Tu Mama También (dir. Alfonoso Cuarón)
Spirited Away (dir. Hayao Miyazaki)
El Crimen del padre Amaro (dir. Carlos Carrera)
Bowling for Columbine (dir. Michael Moore)
Frida (dir. Julie Taymor)
Adaptation (dir. Spike Jonze)
The Pianist (dir. Roman Polanski)
The Quiet American (dir. Phillip Noyce)
Talk to Her (dir. Pedro Almodóvar)

 

Uptown Birmingham 8

Far from Heaven (dir. Todd Haynes)
Spellbound (dir. Jeffrey Blitz) — forthcoming April 9

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