Awesome Without Borders!

We’re excited to announce that goodgood detroit’s collaborative cinema project, Mothlight Microcinema, was a recent recipient of an Awesome Without Borders grant.

Delighting Detroit moviegoers, by putting the awesome work of local filmmakers front and center.

Cameras are rolling in Motor City! The magic of the silver screen is taking an independent turn in Detroit, as Julia Yezbick and Benjamin Gaydos bring the films to the people with Mothlight Microcinema.

Julia and Ben share a loft in downtown Detroit. When the two artists and filmmakers first moved in, they immediately saw the space’s potential to stage a micro-cinema. A large screen, and more than a few folding chairs later, and the duo were ready to showcase the work of local talent to the community free of charge! With Mothlight Microcinema, art and film meet the very people that feed its creation, and everyone benefits.

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Additionally, Mothlight has partnered with Mobile Frames, an international filmmaker-in-residence program, which will bring filmmakers to the Windsor-Detroit area for screenings and workshops! More info here:

Karen Stein