Check Mike's Letter weekly for our reviews of the movies that are now playing and coming soon to the State and Bijou. It's also your best resource for details on special events and promotions at the theaters, and the hottest news about everything going on in the Traverse City Film Festival universe.
We're very excited to annouce the opening of Logan Lucky next Friday, September 1 at the State Theatre! It's the latest from acclaimed director Steven Soderbergh (Ocean's 11, Magic Mike, and Erin Brockovich, to name just a few). He's a terrific director that's not only helmed his own material, he's also known for assembling fan edits of well know classics in his spare time. What's a "fan edit," you may ask?
The start of summer is here and we've got some great special events at the State the Bijou coming up. Here's a quick guide to what to look forward to:
We've got the must-see blockbuster movie of the summer (Wonder Woman, of course) at the State right now and we'll be holding it for a third week starting next Thursday! If you haven't seen it yet - and were maybe soured on DC superheroes after seeing the terrible Batman Vs. Superman from last year - we highly suggest you give this movie a try.
We've got the spectacular sequel to 2014's "The Guardians of the Galaxy," (the proverbial "Vol. 2") showing at the State this week (we know, at the STATE! Can you believe it?!) and then moving to the Bijou this coming Friday (May 12). The follow up to the first film features pretty much all your favorite characters, but with an added bonus.
If you haven't heard about the crowdpleasing gem opening today at the
April is traditionally a time here at the State and Bijou when we throw open our doors to worthy local organizations to promote their worthy causes. Here's what's coming up starting this Friday, April 21:
On Tuesday, April 4 at 7:30, the State Theatre will join over 140 other theaters across the country for a nationwide simulcast of the film adaptation of George Orwell's "1984." Independent art houses are showing the film in support of the NEA, and they're showing it on April 4 because that's the day Winston Smith started keeping the illegal diary that frames the book's narrative.