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The Ten Commandments (1923)

Presented with organ accompaniment from Andrew Rogers!

33 years before Director Cecil B. DeMille cast Charlton Heston for his 1956 religious epic that has aired on television every Easter Sunday for decades, he made made this silent version of the biblical tale starring Theodore Roberts as Moses, The Lawgiver, in a film that recreates the biblical story of the Exodus as well as tells a modern story concerning two brothers and their respective views of the Ten Commandments.

Lauded for its "immense and stupendous" scenes, use of Technicolor process 2, and parting of the Red Sea sequence, the expensive film proved to be a box-office hit upon release. It is the first in DeMille's biblical trilogy, followed by The King of Kings (1927) and The Sign of the Cross (1932).

The Ten Commandments is one of many works from 1923 that entered the public domain in the United States in 2019.

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Mon, May 18, 2020 10:00 AM
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Tori Amos

Thu, May 26 8:00 PM
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AACB: Kaleidoscope

The Ann Arbor Concert Band concludes our 43rd concert season in spectacular fashion as we continue the process of selecting our new conductor. This concert was postponed from Sunday, January 16, 2022. Conductor finalist John McLaughlin Williams steps to the podium presenting “Kaleidoscope” featuring “Passacaglia (Homage on B-A-C-H)” by Ron Nelson, Walter Piston’s eclectic “Tunbridge Fair”, the soulful “Wake Nicodemus” by Henry Clay Work with soprano soloist Kira Slovacek, Alexander Glazunov’s exhilarating “Scenes de Ballet” and the stirring “Wake Me Up for the Great Jubilee” by George Frederick McKay.
Sun, May 29 2:00 PM
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MC Escher Pre-roll

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Black & Brown Theater Present: Mirror on the Wall

Black and Brown Theatre presents a timeless story with a timely twist. In this adaptation of Snow White, the queen is after Princess Raven in full force since she is the finest in the land. But the queen's plans go awry when a faithful huntsman is unable to complete his destructive task. Told entirely in rhyming verse couplets, this humorous and heartfelt remake scraps the prince saving the princess with a kiss in favor of a modern update where the princess' kind heart is her own hero.
Sat, Jun 4 11:00 AM3:00 PM
Sun, Jun 5 1:00 PM
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Children's Film Festival Seattle 2022: Best of the Fest Animation Showcase

Dive into exciting adventures and vibrant colors with this joyful collection of award-winning and audience favorite short animated films from Children’s Film Festival Seattle. These short films tell big stories about creatures both great and small and will take you on a trip around the world with stop-motion, hand-drawn, and other amazing animation techniques. This program features films from the Netherlands, Australia, United States, United Kingdom, Canada, France, Japan, Czech Republic, and Greece.

English/French & Japanese with English subtitles
Sun, Jul 10 11:00 AM
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Children's Film Festival Seattle 2022: Best of the Fest Live-Action Showcase

See the world through the eyes of the kids featured in this program of award-winning and audience favorite short live-action films from Children’s Film Festival Seattle. The young people in these films go on their own adventures, discover how to be true to themselves, and learn to face their fears! This program features films from New Zealand, India, Canada, United States, Mexico, and Ireland.
Sun, Jul 17 11:00 AM
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NYICFF: Kid Flicks Two

Part of our Not Just For Kids Film Series

Daring & deep films for kids to dream big for ages 7+, presented in partnership with New York International Children’s Film Festival.

Kid Flicks Two audiences are ready for plenty of fun, plus deeper themes and multilingual films with English subtitles. Stop motion equals nonstop action in Wild Lea, as a feral Colombian cat goes from lonely to loved, but can she learn to settle down with her new makeshift family? And if kooky tales are what you’re craving, you’ll flip your lid over the hilariously absurd split personalities of Matilda and the Spare Head. In the doc Dear Future Me, 6th graders wrote letters to their future selves; fast-forward to 2020 when the now 12th graders re-read them with alternately surprising, bittersweet, and hilarious results.

In English and other languages with English subtitles
Sun, Aug 14 11:00 AM
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NYICFF: Viva Kid Flicks

Part of our Not Just for Kids Film series, presented in partnership with New York International Children’s Film Festival.

Viva Kid Flicks celebrates the best Spanish-language short films from around the globe, with a range of kids’ perspectives that speak volumes in any tongue. NYICFF jury-award winner 3Feet kicks things off in style with Gonzálo, who tries his hilarious best to keep things clean to stay in the game; then orbit around Ailín and her mom, who work through love and challenges in the charming stop motion Ailin on the Moon. And see things grow curiouser and curiouser in a moving take on magical realism in the gorgeously filmed tale The Size of Things.

In Spanish with English subtitles.
Sun, Aug 21 11:00 AM
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Amos Lee

Mon, Aug 22 7:30 PM
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August 2021 Pre-Roll

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September 2021 Pre-Roll

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Hippo Campus

Mon, Oct 3 8:00 PM
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Lauren Fox as Joni Mitchell

Sat, Apr 15, 2023 7:30 PM
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