"The Corridor. Defended." Illustrates One Man's Life in Detroit's Cass Corridor


No matter what one might think of Detroit's Cass Corridor neighborhood, it's an important part of the city's history. And, it's also an important place for Mike Targus, writer and co-producer of "The Corridor. Defended.," his 14-minute short film. It's a film, he says, that was inspired by his "rough and tumble, drunken, and sometimes dangerous approach to living in Detroit's Cass Corridor neighborhood, and his belief that he had to "defend” the honor of Detroit by “keeping an eye on things.”

"The Corridor. Defended." is up for several I See You Awards®. You can watch the trailer right here.


If you're interested in seeing "The Corridor. Defended." in its entirety, the place to see it is the Emagine Theater in Novi on August 24th. And if you want to see it win a a People's Choice Award, you'll have a chance to cast your vote while you're there. But, you'll need to buy a ticket to gain admittance into the screenings.

Tickets to the film screenings ONLY are available via this Eventbrite link.

Tickets to the film screenings AND awards ceremony on Sunday, August 27th, are available via this Eventbrite link.

Please note that purchasing a ticket to the awards ceremony also includes entry into the film screenings at no additional charge. This is your chance to support indie film and see some of today's best indie films up on the Big Screen! So, we hope to see you there!

In addition to Emagine Entertainment, the I See You Awards® are sponsored by the Michigan Film & Digital Media Office, Bel Air Luxury Cinema, ES Communications Agency, Franklin Publicity, Pro Cam, Srodek's Campau Quality Sausage, Co., Randazzo Formal Wear, The Lee Group and WWJ Newsradio 950.

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