Actress and comedian Debra Wilson is perhaps best known as the longest-serving original cast member on the sketch comedy series MADtv, appearing for the show's first eight seasons. With numerous guest star appearances in both network comedy and drama series’ and a score of independent films, she has more recently found success in the realm of voice over and motion capture for television, film, and video games.
Can we trust the agencies whose job it is to monitor water safety? Join us for a screening and discussion of the 2017 documentary What Lies Upstream. This film documents a major chemical spill poisoning drinking water in West Virginia, addresses the recent Flint Water Crisis, and investigates the agencies responsible for water safety oversight.
The statistics are staggering. One in five women in college are sexually assaulted, yet only a fraction of these crimes are reported, and even fewer result in punishment for the perpetrators. From the intrepid team behind the Oscar-nominated film The Invisible War comes The Hunting Ground, a piercing 2015 documentary and a monumental exposé of rape culture on campuses, poised to light a fire under a national debate.
As I Love Yarn Day approaches on Saturday, October 19, join us for a screening of the 2016 documentary, Yarn.
Kick off our celebration of the Apollo 11 moon-landing 50th anniversary with a screening of Apollo 11, directed by Todd Douglas Miller.
This feature documentary made its exciting theatrical release earlier this year with rare 70mm archival footage, as well as other never-before-seen footage from the NASA vaults, filmed before and during the mission.
Experience the wonder, the preparation and anticipation, and the challenges and success of those historic first steps on the moon like never before!
Director/Producer Micah Brandt's 2018 documentary Robbery of the Heart follows a Holocaust survivor from Connecticut as he returns to his home town of Wetter, Germany on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of Kristallnacht. A discussion led by a witness to the Kristallnacht, Marianne Aaron, will follow the screening.
This 65-minute film is unrated.
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. Drop by Westgate Branch to watch film footage chronicling our nation's experience of this historic event.
Join the African American Cultural & Historical Museum of Washtenaw County in collaboration with the Ann Arbor District Library for Phase VI of our Living Oral History Project. Watch a clip reel of interviews with Walter Blackwell, Gerald Edwards, Henrietta Edwards, Hortense Howard, and Audrey Monagan, followed by a meet and greet and refreshments.
Kawaii International captures the essence of Tokyo’s vibrant “Kawaii”-style pop-culture. Bento Expo presents bento ideas sent in from around the world and learn how to make amazing bento for your family!