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Romain Blanquart, 2012 (41min)

Narda Shanley & Sky Seely, 2012 (9min)

More than 3,300 people have been murdered in the City of Detroit since 2003. In this Detroit Free Press documentary, meet some of the families who have lost loved ones to homicide, are searching for justice and trying to come to terms with their losses. Watch as hard-pressed Detroit homicide investigators juggle heavy caseloads in their hunt for killers.

What on earth could two gals from Melbourne, Australia, know about Detroit? Are there similarities of spirit, architecture, decline and renewal or do we have nothing in common with a city halfway around the world? “Melbourne’s Detroit” is a short film produced in Australia for Imaging Detroit that examines the similarities and disparities between Melbourne and Detroit.

09/22 @ 11:38AM


Imaging Detroit Program  
Imaging Detroit Program  

The IMAGING DETROIT program guide/ project catalogue. Between September 21st and 22nd, 2012 the Metropolitan Observatory for Digital Cultur...