See Bridge's documentary 'Michigan Divided' on the big screen in Novi

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Watch Bridge's documentary "Michigan Divided" at the Emagine Theater in Novi on September 17, 2018, starting at 7 p.m.

This is your chance to see Bridge Magazine’s Michigan Divided for free on the big screen!

Bridge Magazine spent 2017 chronicling the lives of Michigan voters across the political spectrum. From the Upper Peninsula, to Lansing, to Flint, Grand Rapids and Jackson, the resulting documentary, Michigan Divided, captures our deeply divided culture, but also brings partisans together and illustrates how, at heart, there are also some values that are shared.

Clips of the film can be previewed at MichiganDivided.com.

A free showing will be held at Emagine Novi, located at 44425 West 12 Mile Road, Novi, MI 48377, from 7:00 to 8:30 PM on September 17th. Following the documentary, there will be a guided half-an-hour conversation that allows the audience to reflect on the themes of the film and examine how Michigan could become more united.

Please RSVP to reserve your spot! Theater capacity will limit attendance to 96 attendees.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Questions? Contact our Outreach Coordinator Allie Schmidt at aschmidt@thecenterformichigan.net.

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Paul Martinsky
Thu, 09/13/2018 - 10:53am

When, if ever, is it coming to a theatre in the City of Detroit?