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Cinema Detroit is located at 3420 Cass Avenue in Midtown Detroit, Michigan, 48201, in the former Burton International School building. You’ll find us just south of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, on the east side of Cass Avenue.

Parking
Park in the FREE monitored lot on the north side of the building and follow the walkway around the east side to the entrance on the south side. Look for the flashing sign that says “THEATER.”

Hours
Cinema Detroit is open seven (7) days a week. Our hours are as scheduled. Doors open 30 minutes before the first showtime.

Call 313.281.8301 for the day’s showtimes or to leave us a message.

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  1. Hi Folks, I was trying to plan an event on June 17th and know that Citizen Koch starts on June 13th. Can you forward me showtimes for the movie?

    Thanks! Mark

    • Hi Mark,

      Here are the showtimes for Citizen Koch:
      CITIZEN KOCH – NR – 90 min – Documentary – Tickets $8
      Fri, June 13: 8:00 p.m.
      Sat, June 14: 5:30, 8:00
      Sun, June 15: 5:30
      Mon, June 16: 8:00
      Tues, June 17: 8:00
      Weds, June 18: 5:30
      Thurs, June 19: 8:00

      I also sent them to your email.

      Hope to see you soon,
      Paula

  2. I am planning on coming to see Born to Fly, and I want to bring a few friends, I was wondering how many people does the theater seat? and how much are tickets and also will there be a Q & A after? Is there any way you could request a few of the Streb members to come for a Q & A?

    • Hi, thanks for your interest. We have 2 theaters, one seats 125, the other seats 86. Not sure which we’ll be screening this on. Tickets will be $8. We are still working out details for a possible Q & A.

  3. Congrats on your TCM appearance! Never heard of your theater until now. I love old movies and will definitely visit there!

  4. Our documentary Llyn Foulkes One Man Band just qualified for an Oscar and we would love to book with Cinema Detroit for our Michigan premiere. Audiences, from students to seniors alike, are raving and the only way to see the film is through venues like yours.

    We followed American painter Llyn Foulkes for seven years until he was rediscovered by the international art world at age 77. The film illuminates the struggles and pitfalls of pursuing a passion, but it’s not just about being an artist – it’s about being a beautifully-flawed human.

    You can view the trailer at http://www.llynfoulkesfilm.com and we are happy to provide your booker with a secure online screener.

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