Episode 4: Two Historic Detroit Theatres–The Redford and the DFT


Click the YouTube link below for a look at two Detroit  theatres nearing the century mark that are each employing some new techniques to increase attendance.

February is the DIA’s Detroit Film Theatre biggest month as sell-out crowds have now made a tradition of attending the Oscar Shorts screenings–the only place in the state you can see all the live-action and animated short films in one location.  Click here for more!

The Redford Theatre, run completely by volunteers for over 30 years, has never closed its doors–despite its Japanese theme severely decreasing attendance after WWII.  Now movie-star-dinners and a social media blitz campaign has made the Redford’s rentals sell-out into 2015–for films, weddings, and even power-lifting competitions!  Click here for more!

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