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Audrie & Daisy
Audrie and Daisy are like most teenage American girls: They come from loving families, go to good schools, spend time on social media. And sometimes, at parties with their friends, they drink. After nights of binge drinking, both Audrie and Daisy were assaulted by boys they knew—assaults that continued the morning after on social media, where they were accused of having somehow been responsible for the crimes. Sadly, the similarities between Audrie and Daisy end here. This alltoo- common nightmarish scenario drove Audrie to hang herself, while Daisy survived her suicide attempt. The film’s unpacking of the complexities surrounding cases like these is required viewing for parents of teenagers, and may inspire open conversations about tough issues and safe havens in dire circumstances.
Film Info
Section:US Official Selection: Documentary
Don't Miss
Release Year:2016
Runtime:95 min.
Type of Film:Feature Documentary
Premiere Status:Michigan Premiere
Rating:NR
Production Country:USA
Original Language:English
Web Site:http://www.audrieanddaisy.com/
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Jon Shenk
Bonni Cohen
Produced by:Richard Berge
Sara Dosa
Editing By:Don Bernier
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The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution
Like a thunderbolt in the wake of current events and the Black Lives Matter movement comes this searing documentary that is one of the most important films of the past year. Often marginalized for their public image of anger and violence, the Black Panthers are given a more complex, fully realized voice by veteran filmmaker Stanley Nelson, who explores the group’s grassroots community efforts alongside the armed citizens patrols that gave them their gun-toting reputation. Juxtaposing archival footage, contemporary interviews with group members, and opposing insight from wary police officers, Nelson creates a 360-degree portrait of the Panthers. Set to a soundtrack of electric soul and funk, this film is a blistering look at the explosive rise and sudden fall of a movement as relevant today as it was fifty years ago.
Film Info
Section:The Documentary Branch
Free Movies at the Buzz
Don't Miss
Release Year:2015
Runtime:115 min.
Type of Film:Feature Documentary
Premiere Status:Michigan Premiere
Rating:NR
Production Country:USA
Original Language:English
Cast/Crew Info
Cast:Angela Arnold
Erica Ball
Rhon G. Flatts
Eric Lockley
Nola Nelson
Director:Stanley Nelson
Produced by:Laurens Grant
Stanley Nelson
Screenwriter:Stanley Nelson
Editing By:Aljernon Tunsil
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The C Word
Cancer: Few words are more feared. But in her sharply researched, deftly humorous message of hope, survivor Meghan O’Hara (Oscar-nominated producer of “Bowling for Columbine, “Fahrenheit 9/11,” and “Sicko”) changes the way we think about this terrifying disease, showing that it’s time to stop being afraid of cancer and time to make cancer afraid of us. Following her diagnosis, O’Hara met neurologist Dr. David Servan-Schreiber, who was diagnosed with brain cancer while doing cancer research. Together they explore daily Western behaviors that are linked to 70% of cancer deaths: smoking, processed foods, stress, contaminants, and lack of exercise. Narrated and executive produced by Morgan Freeman, “The C Word” is an unflinching look at our complacency with cancer culture, the vibrant cast of characters who are changing the game, and the tools we already have to beat the dreaded scourge of our time. Scheduled to Appear: Director Meghan O’Hara.
Film Info
Section:US Official Selection: Documentary
Don't Miss
Release Year:2015
Runtime:89 min.
Type of Film:Feature Documentary
Rating:NR
Production Country:USA
Original Language:English
French
Subtitles:English
Cast/Crew Info
Cast:Morgan Freeman
Director:Meghan O'Hara
Produced by:Lori McCreary
Meghan O'Hara
Pascaline Servan Schreiber
Screenwriter:Meghan O'Hara
Cinematography:Topaz Adizes
Nelson Hume
Editing By:Francisco Bello
Bryan Gunnar Cole
Lorian James Delman
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Cameraperson
Acclaimed documentary cinematographer Kirsten Johnson has spent her entire career behind the camera, unseen but ever present, making decisions to frame a shot a certain way in “Pray the Devil Back to Hell,” or to zoom in on a subject at a particular moment in “Citizenfour” or “Fahrenheit 9/11.” For “Cameraperson,” Johnson assembled footage from her 25-year career to create a visual memoir collage that raises complicated questions about the nature and ethics of documentary filmmaking. While filming a Bosnian toddler who is trying to play with an ax, Johnson is heard muttering a terrified “Oh Jesus!” when his hands get perilously close to the blade—but she doesn’t interfere. She records what happens, good or bad. The balance between compassionately telling the stories of others and becoming part of the stories is explored with bracing intensity and insight in one of the year’s most buzzed-about films. In Person: Director Kirsten Johnson.
Film Info
Section:US Official Selection: Documentary
Cinema Salon
Movies for Smart People
Don't Miss
Release Year:2016
Runtime:102 min.
Type of Film:Feature Documentary
Rating:NR
Production Country:USA
Original Language:Arabic
Bosnian
Dari
English
Subtitles:English
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Kirsten Johnson
Produced by:Kirsten Johnson
Cinematography:Kirsten Johnson
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The Champions
If you enjoy films that inspire as much as they educate, and enrich as much as they entertain, “The Champions” is simply a must-see. In 2007, Atlanta Falcons star Michael Vick was convicted of running a vicious and illegal dogfighting ring. After serving jail time, Vick was able to return home to lucrative endorsements and a continued NFL career—but whatever happened to the 50+ deadly pit bulls he left behind? “The Champions” tells the amazing, little-known story of the people who stepped in to try and spare the abused canines from almost certain death. Determined to give the surviving dogs a chance at a happy life, this group of animal lovers risked everything to prove that even the most “dangerous” of dogs could live in harmony with humans, and surprised themselves by being transformed through the process. This heartfelt story about four-legged stars who were bred for violence, and then offered a second chance through love, is glorious proof that you absolutely can teach an old do
Film Info
Section:US Official Selection: Documentary
Cinema Salon
Don't Miss
Release Year:2015
Runtime:90 min.
Type of Film:Feature Documentary
Rating:NR
Production Country:USA
Original Language:English
Cast/Crew Info
Cast:John Garcia
Director:Darcy Dennett
Produced by:Darcy Dennett
Cinematography:Justin Hanrahan ACS
Editing By:Julio F. Lastres
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Citizen Kane
It has almost become a cliché—we take it for granted that “Citizen Kane” is one of the greatest films of all time. But when you stop and actually watch it, for the twentieth time or for the first, it’s truly like witnessing cinema being born anew. At the tender age of 25, Orson Welles crafted this towering masterpiece about publishing tycoon Charles Foster Kane, a man who stopped at nothing in his ruthless pursuit of power—even when it cost him everything he loved. With its iconic deep-space cinematography, innovative use of sound and lighting, and intricately structured narrative, this is a film of such staggering genius, such ravishing brilliance, and such dazzling virtuosity that you owe it to yourself to experience it on the big screen, at the greatest theater in the world—with Welles’ daughter Beatrice in attendance, no less! In Person: Beatrice Welles.
Film Info
Section:State Centennial
Don't Miss
Release Year:1941
Runtime:119 min.
Type of Film:Feature Narrative
Rating:NR
Production Country:USA
Original Language:English
Cast/Crew Info
Cast:Joseph Cotten
Dorothy Comingore
Agnes Moorehead
Ruth Warrick
Ray Collins
Director:Orson Welles
Screenwriter:Herman J. Mankiewicz
Orson Welles
Roger Q. Denny
John Houseman
Mollie Kent
Cinematography:Gregg Toland
Editing By:Robert Wise
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Confusion
This utterly unbelievable and totally unauthorized account of a Guantanamo prisoner set to be extradited from the US to Switzerland is truly the kind of filmmaking that will make you stop, turn your head, and say “whoa.” Bringing the innermost workings of international politics to center stage are two anonymous student filmmakers following Caroline Gautier, Chief of Staff of the Security Department in Geneva, as she prepares to welcome a soon-to-be-released detainee and offer him a brand new life. But, wouldn’t you know it, the events surrounding this momentous occasion begin to quickly, and precipitously, unravel. Political protests, strained diplomatic relations, anxious ambassadors, and international misunderstandings force Gautier—with cameras rolling—to decide how far she’s willing to go to save her career and protect the prisoner. Slyly political, highly subversive, and wickedly funny, this cinematic experiment in docufiction makes a piercing point about human rights.
Film Info
Section:Foreign Official Selection: Documentary
Free Movies at the Buzz
Don't Miss
Release Year:2015
Runtime:71 min.
Type of Film:Feature Documentary
Premiere Status:North American Premiere
Rating:NR
Production Country:Switzerland
Original Language:Chinese
English
French
Swiss German
Subtitles:English
Cast/Crew Info
Cast:Yacine B.
Dario C.
Director:Yacine Brahem
Dario Cerruti
Laurent Negre
Produced by:Dan Wechsler
Editing By:Thomas Bachmann
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Disturbing the Peace
What happens when enemy combatants—raised to hate and harm one another—lay down their weapons and say, “Enough”? This question lies at the heart of a transformative documentary about former elite Israeli and Palestinian soldiers who unite under a common banner to protest the bloodshed that has traumatized both of their countries. Directors Steve Apkon and Andrew Young use gripping footage spanning multiple decades to poignantly illustrate the suffering and loss both sides have endured. This footage takes on deeper meaning when the filmmakers interview the members of Combatants for Peace, a group of former soldiers who advocate for healing and life-saving love. As both Israelis and Palestinians share the deeply moving experiences that opened their eyes to the humanity of the opposing side, the film’s soaring spirit will make you believe—as they do—that reconciliation is possible, one day. In Person: Director Steve Apkon and special guests.
Film Info
Section:Foreign Official Selection: Documentary
Cinema Salon
Free Movies at the Buzz
Don't Miss
Release Year:2016
Runtime:82 min.
Type of Film:Feature Documentary
Rating:NR
Production Country:USA
Original Language:English
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Stephen Apkon
Andrew Young
Produced by:Stephen Apkon
Cinematography:Andrew Young
Editing By:Ori Derdikman
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Houston, We Have a Problem!
Calling all conspiracy theorists: Do we really know the truth about NASA’s origins? There’s plenty of ammo to convince us otherwise in Žiga Virc’s fascinating and groundbreaking film, which explores the Cold War-era space race between America and the USSR, and a supposed secret billion-dollar sale of Yugoslavia’s space program to the US in the 1960s. Brilliantly combining archival footage with modern interviews of Slovenian philosopher Slavoj Žižek and key players in the events under investigation, Virc focuses his keen eye on the media apparatus and propaganda machine at work from the 1960s onward, as the US grew into a global superpower and Yugoslavia precipitously declined. Blurring the line between fact and fiction, “Houston, We Have a Problem!” challenges us to take an inquisitive look at our own country’s mythos. Scheduled to Appear via Skype: Director Ziga Virc.
Film Info
Section:Foreign Official Selection: Documentary
Cinema Salon
Movies for Smart People
Don't Miss
Release Year:2016
Runtime:88 min.
Type of Film:Feature Narrative
Rating:NR
Production Country:Croatia
Germany
Qatar
Slovenia
Original Language:Croatian
English
Serbian
Slovenian
Subtitles:English
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Žiga Virc
Produced by:Sinisa Juricic
Ingmar Trost
Bostjan Virc
Screenwriter:Bostjan Virc
Žiga Virc
Cinematography:Andrej Virc
Editing By:Vladimir Gojun
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The Doug Benson Movie Interruption: Kisses for My President
Here’s the premise of Curtis Bernhardt’s screwball comedy: “Hey, wouldn’t it be hilarious if a woman were president?” Spoiler alert, 1964 screenwriters: It’ll take five more decades for that craziness to go down. Doug Benson and friends are certain to have a field day with this painfully sexist romp, which de-picts poor First Husband Thad McCloud suffering the indignities of sleeping in a frilly bedroom designed for first ladies and giving drunken tours of the White House while his wife single-handedly runs the coun-try. Maybe if she gets pregnant, she’ll come ‘round to her proper wifely responsibilities? Get ready for an election-year takedown of this relic from a not-too-distant American past.
Film Info
Section:Midnight
Don't Miss
July 28, 2016 - A Day in History
Release Year:1964
Runtime:113 min.
Type of Film:Feature Narrative
Rating:NR
Production Country:USA
Original Language:English
Spanish
Subtitles:English
Cast/Crew Info
Cast:Fred MacMurray
Polly Bergen
Eli Wallach
Arlene Dahl
Edward Andrews
Director:Curtis Bernhardt
Produced by:Curtis Bernhardt
Screenwriter:Claude Binyon
Robert G. Kane
Robert G. Kane
Cinematography:Robert Surtees
Editing By:Sam O'Steen
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Life, Animated
An autistic boy trapped in a world of silence finds a key to freedom and connection through Disney movies in Oscar-winner Roger Ross Williams’ incredible and uplifting documentary. When Owen Suskind suddenly stopped talking at age three, doctors feared he might never recover the ability to speak. For years, he was unable to express his thoughts and feelings, even with his family—but he did watch Disney films, over and over. Then one day, his parents discovered that what they believed to be gibberish was actually dialogue from Disney films like “The Little Mermaid,” and Owen was using that dialogue to communicate about his life. The exaggerated facial expressions and emotions of characters like “Aladdin’s” Jafar taught Owen social cues and language, and gave him a basis for reconnecting with the world around him. Weaving together classic Disney sequences with delightful original animation illustrating Owen’s inner world, this powerful documentary proves that fairy tales can create magic
Film Info
Section:The Documentary Branch
Don't Miss
Release Year:2016
Runtime:91 min.
Type of Film:Feature Documentary
Rating:PG
Production Country:USA
France
Original Language:English
Cast/Crew Info
Cast:Jonathan Freeman
Gilbert Gottfried
Owen Suskind
Ron Suskind
Director:Roger Ross Williams
Produced by:Julie Goldman
Roger Ross Williams
Screenwriter:Ron Suskind
Cinematography:Thomas Bergmann
Editing By:David Teague
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Man with a Movie Camera with the Alloy Orchestra
We are proud to present a rare live event on our beautiful silver screen as part of the centennial celebration of our very own historic State Theatre of Traverse City. Thanks to the extraordinary efforts of a global coalition of film archivists, this groundbreaking early work of cinema is being presented in its entirety for the first time since its premiere in Moscow in 1929. And accompanying this magnificent new restoration, live on our stage, is the internationally- acclaimed Alloy Orchestra—an ensemble so revered, the late Roger Ebert wrote that they were the very best in the world at accompanying silent film. Soviet auteur Dziga Vertov’s pioneering film captures a day in the life of 1920s Moscow as seen through the lens of the “kino-glaz” (cinema- eye). Mixing quotidian footage of Russian life with the poetic whir of machinery to dazzling effect, Vertov and his editor wife Elizaveta Svilova established film as an art form when they created a new cinematic language through rhythmic
Film Info
Section:State Centennial
Don't Miss
Release Year:1929
Runtime:68 min.
Type of Film:Feature Documentary
Rating:NR
Production Country:U.S.S.R
Original Language:Russian
Subtitles:English
Cast/Crew Info
Cast:Mikhail Kaufman
Director:Dziga Vertov
Screenwriter:Dziga Vertov
Cinematography:Mikhail Kaufman
Gleb Troyanski
Editing By:Dziga Vertov
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Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You
Legendary producer Norman Lear—now a lively 93—is literally a walking history of television. After getting his start writing for Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, Lear embarked on a groundbreaking career writing and producing socially and politically edgy sitcoms in the 1970s. “All in the Family,” “Maude,” “Good Times,” and “The Jeffersons” did nothing less than transform the TV medium and the national consciousness with their humorous and humanistic take on the most important issues facing Americans. As “Everybody Loves Raymond” creator Phil Rosenthal says, there are two eras in television: Before Norman, and After Norman. Filmmakers Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady (“Jesus Camp,” TCFF 2006; “Detropia,” TCFF 2012) strike a perfect balance between the irresistibly witty Lear sharing illuminating stories from his life, and entertaining clips of his iconic work. Lear claims that laughter adds years to your life. If he’s right, this brassily delightful film might just help you make it to 93 yourse
Film Info
Section:US Official Selection: Documentary
Don't Miss
Release Year:2016
Runtime:91 min.
Type of Film:Feature Documentary
Rating:NR
Production Country:USA
Original Language:English
Cast/Crew Info
Cast:John Amos
Adrienne Barbeau
Valerie Bertinelli
Todd Bridges
George Clooney
Director:Heidi Ewing
Rachel Grady
Produced by:Suzanne Hillinger
Brent Miller
Cinematography:Ronan Killeen
Jenna Rosher
Editing By:J.D. Marlow
Enat Sidi
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Presenting Princess Shaw
Let’s face it, the most productive thing most of us will ever do on YouTube is watch cat videos. But Ido Haar’s rousing documentary demonstrates the powerful true potential of YouTube, with the true “Searching for Sugarman”-like story of two musicians halfway across the world who form a transformative alliance online. Samantha Montgomery (aka Princess Shaw) is a 39-year-old woman working at a retirement home in New Orleans. She has had her share of ups, and more than her share of downs. In her free time, the would-be chanteuse belts out heartrending, confessional songs into her webcam, uploading them on YouTube. In Israel, Ophir Kutiel creates video mashups using songs by other artists. When he comes across Shaw’s channel, he adds instrumentation to one of her songs—and the result goes viral. A Cinderella story for the digital age, Shaw was clearly born to be star, but it took Kutiel’s producing magic to bring her to a global audience. Don’t forget your tissues—when the musicians final
Film Info
Section:Foreign Official Selection: Documentary
Movies on a Boat
Don't Miss
Release Year:2015
Runtime:83 min.
Type of Film:Feature Documentary
Rating:NR
Production Country:Israel
Original Language:English
Cast/Crew Info
Cast:Ophir Kutiel
Samantha Montgomery
Director:Ido Haar
Produced by:Liran Atzmor
Screenwriter:Ido Haar
Cinematography:Ido Haar
Editing By:Ido Haar
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Tony Robbins: I Am Not Your Guru
Every year, over 200,000 people descend on hotel ballrooms and convention centers in search of passion, in search of purpose, in search of Tony Robbins. He’s known as a self-help guru with an “insatiable hunger to end suffering,” so, when one of the country’s top documentary filmmakers takes him on as a subject, you might expect the result to be a gloves-off searing exposé. But what if the “guru” is actually a good guy, who actually does good for those who seek him out? What if he doesn’t want to be anyone’s guru in the first place? Acclaimed filmmaker Joe Berlinger (“Paradise Lost” trilogy) has made a richly emotional and compelling film—devoid of the cynicism endemic to biodocs—that takes us behind the scenes of one of Robbins’ biggest annual events, his “Date with Destiny” in Boca Raton. This tantalizing glimpse behind the wizard’s curtain reveals what Robbins is all about, without irony, free of an arrogant lens. Replete with powerful moments of the true agony people go through to
Film Info
Section:Men Make Movies - The Struggle Continues
Don't Miss
Release Year:2016
Runtime:115 min.
Type of Film:Feature Documentary
Rating:NR
Production Country:USA
Original Language:English
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Joe Berlinger
Produced by:Joe Berlinger
Lisa Gray
Kevin Huffman
Cinematography:Robert Richman
Editing By:Cy Christiansen
Brett Mason
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Trapped
Is abortion still legal in America? No matter what Roe v. Wade might say, the answer is not as simple as you think. Filmmaker Dawn Porter (“Gideon’s Army,” TCFF 2013) takes an infuriating deep-dive into the efforts in several states—including Alabama, Mississippi, and Texas—to restrict access to abortion through so-called TRAP laws (Targeted Regulations of Abortion Providers). The imposed litany of requirements on abortion clinics runs the gamut from minimum hallway widths to maximum height of grass on a clinic’s property (we kid you not). Aimed at making it prohibitively expensive and difficult for clinics to operate, TRAP laws have led to the closure of scores of clinics. Mississippi only has one left, and in all of Texas, there are now just six, making it all but impossible for ordinary women to obtain an abortion. This award-winning, eye-opening documentary takes us to the front lines of the fight between legislators who seek to restrict access to abortions, and determined healt
Film Info
Section:US Official Selection: Documentary
Cinema Salon
Don't Miss
Release Year:2016
Runtime:83 min.
Type of Film:Feature Documentary
Rating:NR
Production Country:USA
Original Language:English
Cast/Crew Info
Cast:June Ayers
Andrea Ferrigno
Gloria Gray
Dalton Johnson
Nancy Northup
Director:Dawn Porter
Produced by:Marilyn Ness
Dawn Porter
Screenwriter:Sari Gilman
Dawn Porter
Cinematography:Jake Clennell
Hannah Gregg
Nadia Hallgren
Chris Hilleke
Kirsten Johnson
Martina Radwan
Keith Walker
Editing By:Katie Flint
Sari Gilman
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Unlocking the Cage
Should animals have the same legal rights that people do? Even if you go in thinking this is a cuckoo concept, you’ll be surprised by your answer at the end of this deeply provocative film. Attorney and animal rights activist Steven Wise has dedicated his career to pursuing legal “personhood” status (a distinction we’ve already bestowed on corporations) for certain intelligent animals, such as chimpanzees and whales. His goal is not for the animals to be categorized as human, but rather to have their rights protected under the law. This fascinating concept is made potently persuasive as Wise exhibits evidence of high animal IQs, acute awareness of surroundings, and suffering caused by deplorable conditions in amusement parks and labs. Legendary Oscar-nominated filmmakers and TCFF honorees D.A. Pennebaker (“Don’t Look Back”) and Chris Hegedus (“The War Room”) have created an enthralling, thought-provoking film, as riveting as a great courtroom drama, that just might forever change the
Film Info
Section:US Official Selection: Documentary
Don't Miss
Release Year:2016
Runtime:91 min.
Type of Film:Feature Documentary
Rating:NR
Production Country:USA
Original Language:English
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Chris Hegedus
D.A. Pennebaker
Produced by:Chris Hegedus
Frazer Pennebaker
Rosadel Varela
Cinematography:Chris Hegedus
Editing By:Pax Wassermann
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Walk with Me: The Trials of Damon J. Keith
We are proud to welcome US 6th Circuit Appeals Court Judge Damon J. Keith, a Detroit civil rights icon who has influenced the course of the nation with his legal rulings. In his 94 years, Judge Keith has gone from Detroit-born janitor to preeminent federal judge, while his country transitioned from a land with a segregated army, in which he served, to a country led by an African-American Commander-in-Chief. Di-rector Jesse Nesser brings us the extraordinary life story of one of Detroit’s most celebrated sons. He was mentored by Thurgood Marshall, welcomed Nelson Mandela to the Motor City, called Rosa Parks a friend, and his landmark legal decisions forever changed America by confronting discrimination in areas of jobs, housing, education, and law enforcement. Told through interviews with luminaries including ac-tivist Julian Bond, US Rep. John Conyers, and former Detroit Tiger Willie Horton, Judge Keith’s life story gives us a unique window into the history of our state and our country
Film Info
Section:Michiganders Make Movies
Premieres
Don't Miss
Release Year:2016
Runtime:90 min.
Type of Film:Feature Documentary
Rating:NR
Production Country:USA
Canada
Original Language:English
Cast/Crew Info
Cast:Mitch Albom
Julian Bond
John Conyers
Damon Keith
Director:Jesse Nesser
Produced by:Patrick Lane
Jesse Nesser
Jack Rossiter-Munley
Cinematography:Reuben Aaronson
Editing By:William Haugse
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