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Here are the Observer's monthly film listings:




Cinemark Ann Arbor 20 + IMAX

First-run multiplex with 20 screens, including an IMAX theater. Food court, game room. Hearing assistance devices. cinemark.com

4100 Carpenter, Ypsilanti [map]
Showtimes: (734) 973-8424


Michigan Theater

Daily contemporary and classic films in the 1,600-seat restored historic theater, built in 1928, 200 seat screening room, or 65-seat annex theater. Live organ introduction for most films on a restored Barton organ in the main theater. Movie prices: $10 adults; $8 students, seniors, veterans, and children under 12; members $7.50. Memberships available: $35/year & up. michtheater.org

603 E. Liberty [map]
(734) 668-8397


Quality 16

First-run multiplex with 16 screens. $1 summer movie series for kids. (Free for rewards members.) Online ticketing available. Party and meeting rooms. www.goodrichqualitytheaters.com/michigan/quality-16

3686 Jackson [map]
Office and showtimes: (734) 827-2863


State Theatre

Newly restored and renovated art deco theater with first-run, independent, repertory, and foreign films on four screens. statetheatrea2.org

233 S. State [map]
(734) 668-8397


U-M Film Societies

Several U-M film groups and departments screen movies on campus, mostly on weekends during the school year: Animania (Japanese animation, animania@umich.edu, facebook.com/animaniaumich); the M-Flicks (contemporary and classic films, 734-763-1107, m-flicks-prez@umich.edu, maizepages.umich.edu/organization/mflicks); and the Nam Center for Korean Studies (734-764-1825, ii.umich.edu/ncks/news-events/events/film-events.html).






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