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June 20, 2014  |  Current Film Exhibitions
Inside Flaherty at MoMA: Turning the Inside Out—Duncan Campbell, Raqs Media Collective, and CAMP
It for Others. 2013. Great Britain. Directed by Duncan Campbell. Courtesy of Duncan Campbell and LUX, London

It for Others. 2013. Great Britain. Directed by Duncan Campbell. Courtesy of Duncan Campbell and LUX, London

I have been viewing many interesting film and media works by contemporary artists and filmmakers while attending the Flaherty Seminar at Colgate University in upstate New York. Three artists representing a cross section of the work presented at the Flaherty Seminar—and offering three different positions on form—will be at MoMA to discuss their work during a special Modern Mondays event Read more

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November 21, 2012  |  Artists, Mapping Subjectivity
Mapping Subjectivity: A Conversation with Filmmaker Raja Amari

In the video interview above, filmmaker Raja Amari talks about the making of Buried Secrets, her second feature film set in Tunisia, which premiered at the Venice International Film Festival in 2009. Read more

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November 19, 2012  |  Artists, Mapping Subjectivity
Mapping Subjectivity: A Conversation with Filmmaker Ali Cherri

In the video interview above, artist Ali Cherri describes the conceptual approach framing his exhibition Bad, Bad, Images, that opened this past winter in Paris. Pipe Dreams was “extracted” from this exhibition installation, and here the artist explains how he came to transform a two-channel video installation into single-channel video. Read more

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November 16, 2012  |  Behind the Scenes, Mapping Subjectivity
Mapping Subjectivity: A Conversation with Filmmaker Youssef Chebbi

In the video interview above, filmmaker Youssef Chebbi shares some of the behind-the-scenes stories around Babylon, the feature-length non-fiction film he co-directed with ismaël [sic] and Ala Eddin Slim. Read more

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November 9, 2012  |  Artists, Mapping Subjectivity
Mapping Subjectivity: A Conversation with Director Damien Ounouri

In the video interview above, filmmaker Damien Ounouri talks about his film Fidaï, which inaugurated the film exhibition Mapping Subjectivity: Experimentation in Arab Cinema from the 1960s to Now, Part III Read more

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Goldfinger: A Convergence at MoMA

Robert Brownjohn. Preparatory study for Goldfinger title sequence. 1964. Silver-gelatin print. Photograph by Herbert Spencer. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of Don Goeman. © 2012 Eliza Brownjohn

The 1964 James Bond film Goldfinger is not only an exhilarating classic of the spy genre, but also a recurring influence in art and popular culture. During the month of October, visitors to MoMA can experience the Goldfinger phenomenon in a variety of distinct configurations. Read more

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Unaccompanied Minors: From Feeding the Baby to the Hollow City

Last year my colleagues Juliet Kinchin and Aidan O’Connor invited me to think about organizing a discrete film exhibition in conjunction with their gallery exhibition, Century of the Child: Growing by Design, 1900–2000. Read more

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March 20, 2012  |  New Directors/New Films 2012
New Directors/New Films: All in a Good Year’s Work

New Directors/New Films 2012 opens on March 21 with the New York premiere of Nadine Labaki’s Where Do We Go Now?, and continues through April 1 with screenings of 28 more feature films from around the world. Read more

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May 5, 2011  |  50 Years of James Bond, Film
007 at MoMA

Film canisters holding 35mm print of Dr. No

James Bond took up residence at MoMA 25 years ago this June. You might have thought a posh London apartment or a secluded villa on the Caribbean island of Mustique might better suit the suave international man of intrigue, but in fact Bond—well, the 35mm films at least—resides in Hamlin, Pennsylvania, zip code 18427. Read more