City Without a Past

(Nicole Macdonald, 2013, 27.5 min)

City Without a Past documents one resident's view of the city of Detroit during the past four years, chronicling fires and high-rise demolitions, artist's exploits, run-ins with the law, conversations with friends and strangers. Different views attempt to portray the city from the ground up -- minus the usual hype about Detroit's new 'renaissance', or seeming romance of the city's near-fatal apocalypse.

Filmmaker in Attendance, World Premiere, Video

Directed by Nicole Macdonald


Sunday, March 24 11:30am

Regional Competition Program

Recent narrative, experimental and documentary films from Michigan.

Michigan Theater (Screening Room)