What is Cinetopia?
The Cinetopia Film Festival is an annual, curated festival in metro Detroit, featuring more than 50 of the best feature-length dramas, comedies, and documentaries from the world’s best film festivals (Sundance, Cannes, Venice, Toronto, Berlin, SXSW, Tribeca, and more). It takes place over the span of 10 days every spring at venues throughout the region.
Days to Cinetopia
U-M Screen Arts Mavericks and Makers Symposium
University of Michigan’s Hatcher Library is home to extensive archives and materials documenting the careers of several American filmmakers known for coloring outside the lines: Robert Altman, Ira Deutchman, Alan Rudolph, John Sayles, and Orson Welles. Together they make U-M a major destination for research on these American maverick filmmakers.
Join us this May as we celebrate NANCY SAVOCA as a member of this prestigious group. Panels, screenings, and special guests (including Ms. Savoca herself) will take part.
The Arab Film Festival
Short Film Competition
"You'll have plenty of chances to see some of the best independent features and documentaries out there - plus the work of local emerging talent."
"The festival's programming is wide-ranging and eclectic - a mix of big name festival breakout hits as well as the obscure."
"A buffet for film fanatics."
"Cinetopia...grace[s] theatres in the Ann Arbor and Detroit metropolitan areas with a variety of dark full-length feature dramas, sardonic comedies, documentaries, and shorts to satisfy any local cinephile."
- Michigan Daily
Cinetopia Latest Updates
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Cinetopia's moving up--into May! Mark your calendars for the newer (earlier) dates now.
Be a part of the largest film festival in Southeast Michigan! We're now hiring a variety of temporary, seasonal positions.
Thanks to everyone who attended the Cinetopia Film Festival this year! Attendees enjoyed over 50 films in the span of 11 days. Here are the winners of our audience (the general public) and director's (the staff) awards, as well as the winners of the Detroit Voices...