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Monsters University Benefit Screening – VENUE CHANGE

Please Join Us For An
Exclusive Screening Of

Assistance League
Digital Arts Film & Television
Friends of the Detroit Film Theatre

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

EMagine Theatre Royal Oak
200 North Main Street, Royal Oak, MI

5:00pm Cash bar

6:00pm Dinner, including reception with Monsters University Director, Dan Scanlon

7:30pm Preview screening of Monsters University and the short film, The Blue Umbrella

9:30pm Afterglow with Director, Dan Scanlon

Ticket Levels
Preview Screening Only:
$50 per person

Preview Screening and Afterglow:
$75 per person

Reception, Dinner, Screening & Afterglow:
$150 per person

To purchase tickets please visit
or call the DIA Box Office at 313-833-4005

A portion of each ticket may be tax-deductible.

Pixar Animation Studio kindly requests that all guests leave cell phones, cameras, video cameras and all other electronic devices at home, or securely locked in your car. A bag check will be conducted prior to entering the theatre and guests will be required to check any electronic devices in their possession. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation for this special screening.

Tickets will be held at the door.
Reservations are non-refundable.
Tickets are limited.

DIGITAL ARTS, FILM & TELEVISION (DAFT) is a non-profit educational organization that has been providing services to its members and the state of Michigan for 45 years. Our primary mission is to promote media literacy through the creative use of film and video. DAFT does this by conducting festivals, workshops, and conferences for students and teachers and by developing networks amongst students and media professionals. DAFT was honored in 2006 with a Governor's Art Award as an outstanding small arts organization. Visit

ASSISTANCE LEAGUE ® celebrates the power of the volunteer to evoke positive change. The Southeastern Michigan chapter is an all-member volunteer group of diverse and talented individuals focusing on philanthropic programs that carry on our mission to improve the quality of life in our communities. Year-round, through philanthropic programs, members provide comfort and care with clothing, food, tutoring, supplies and personal care kits to thousands of people in need.

FRIENDS OF DETROIT FILM THEATRE is an auxiliary of the Detroit Institute of Arts, dedicated to cultivating awareness, appreciation, understanding and knowledge of the cinematic medium and its history. Through FDFT activities, council members help to support the Detroit Film Theatre series, the DIA's collection of film, video and related materials, and the preservation of the Detroit Institute of Arts Auditorium.

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