Ann Arbor Summer Festival

Cinetopia is partnering with the Ann Arbor Summer Festival on their Cinema Series! Join us as we begin the festivities immediately following Cinetopia’s final film on Sunday, June 12–Detroit Circus will lead a parade from the Michigan Theater to the Rackham Stage for a screening of Minions!

All Films start at 10pm (dark) and take place at Top of the Park at 915 E. Washington Street, Ann Arbor. See the list of films below!

Please visit : www.a2sf.org for more about the Ann Arbor Summer Festival.

The Ann Arbor Summer Festival will also be partnering with Cinetopia on our Cinema Circus Films! Click here for more.

Minions

Sunday, June 12 @ 10pm


Without a master to grovel for, the Minions fall into a deep depression. But one minion, Kevin, has a plan; accompanied by his pals Stuart and Bob, Kevin sets forth to find a new evil boss for his brethren to follow. Their search leads them to Scarlet Overkill, the world’s first-ever super-villainess.

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

Tuesday, June 14 @ 10pm


The question isn’t, “What are we going to do?” The question is, “What aren’t we going to do?”

Celebrate the 30th anniversary of this classic John Hughes ’80s comedy starring Matthew Broderick as Ferris Bueller, the clever and “devastatingly handsome” teenager who takes the day off school to prove “you can never go too far.”

The Martian

Wednesday, June 15 @ 10pm


This visually fascinating action adventure from director Ridley Scott features Matt Damon as the stranded astronaut, Jessica Chastain, Kristen Wiig, Kate Mara, Michael Peña, Jeff Daniels, Chiwetel Ejiofor, and Donald Glover.

Brooklyn

Thursday, June 16 @ 10pm


Saoirse Ronan stars in the profoundly moving story of Eilis Lacey, a young Irish immigrant navigating her way through 1950s Brooklyn. Based on a book by Colm Toibin, with screenplay by Nick Hornby, and nominated for three Oscars.

Labyrinth

Sunday, June 19 @ 10pm


Return to the dazzling world of fantasy and adventure created by Jim Henson and George Lucas, and feel the love for master of surprises David Bowie as he lights up our big screen playing the unforgettable Goblin King.

The Imitation Game

Tuesday, June 21 @ 10pm


In this powerful true story, the British are desperate to intercept German intelligence in 1939 as bombs are being dropped on London. MI6 enlists the young genius logician, cryptanalyst, and computer science pioneer Alan Turing (Benedict Cumberbatch) to crack the German Enigma Code that can help the Allies win WWII. Winner of the Academy Award winner for best adapted screenplay.

Rear Window

Wednesday, June 22 @ 10pm


Enjoy this classic Hitchcock thriller among the gasps of a generation of festivalgoers who’ve never seen it before! James Stewart stars as a homebound newspaper photographer with a keen eye for the sordid lives of the neighbors he can see through his rear window.

Amelie

Thursday, June 23 @ 10pm


Amélie is a whimsical love letter to the city of Paris. The charming Audrey Tautou is Amélie, a fanciful young woman who discretely orchestrates the intertwined lives of the people around her, illuminating a world of her own making.

The Sandlot

Sunday, June 26 @ 10pm


This is the perfect summer baseball movie told from the perspective of Scotty Smalls, a baseball announcer reminiscing about his first summer as a boy in the Los Angeles of 1962. Scotty is just the shrimpy new kid who doesn’t know how to play ball until the neighborhood baseball guru Benny “The Jet” Rodriguez takes him under his wing, bringing him into a circle of baseball buddies.

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

Tuesday, June 28 @ 10pm


Indulge in some high action adventure from George Lucas and Steven Spielberg. Harrison Ford stars as Indiana Jones, an ingenious archaeologist who has been tapped to search for the Holy Grail.

Clueless

Wednesday, June 29 @ 10pm


Get out your white Calvin Klein and dust off that Mighty Mighty Bosstones CD.

This classic teen comedy from the director of Fast Times at Ridgemont High takes a cue from Jane Austen’s Emma to satirize Beverly Hills High in the nineties.

Jurassic World

Thursday, June 30 @ 10pm


Steven Spielberg and Michael Crichton’s groundbreaking Jurassic Park series continues with this epic action adventure set in the Jurassic World luxury resort in Costa Rica. When the massive genetically engineered rex escapes, suspense is high as ferocious dinosaurs overrun the island.

West Side Story

Sunday, July 3 @ 10pm


When Puerto Rican Maria falls for tough guy Tony in this modern day Romeo and Juliet, their families’ New York City gangs, the Jets and the Sharks, begin a deadly feud. Practice your snaps and your Jerome Robbins moves, and sing along to America, I Feel Pretty, Officer Krupke, and Somewhere, as the final sun sets on another fantastic season of the best thing about summer in Ann Arbor.