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EXHIBITIONS & FILM


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  1. <I>The Long Day Closes</I>. 1993. Great Britain. Written and directed by Terence Davies

    Still Moving

    November 29, 2006–March 31, 2009


  2. Films for Out of Time: A Contemporary View

    September 23, 2006–April 8, 2007


  3. Eija-Liisa Ahtila's Love Is a Treasure

    October 25, 2006–February 1, 2007


  4. Franz Waxman: Music for the Cinema

    December 16, 2006–January 17, 2007


  5. Movies for the Holidays

    December 26, 2006–January 2, 2007


  6. Walter Mirisch

    December 1–31, 2006


  7. Made in NY

    September 23–December 31, 2006


  8. Paolo Virzi in Mid-Career

    December 15–30, 2006


  9. <i>Ramparts of Clay</i>. 1970. France/Algeria. Directed by Jean-Louis Bertucelli

    Prix Jean Vigo

    February 10–December 30, 2006


  10. The Return of Thomas H. Ince

    December 14–29, 2006


  11. Roberto Rossellini

    Roberto Rossellini

    November 15–December 22, 2006


  12. An Evening with Oliver Stone and World Trade Center

    December 11, 2006


  13. MediaScope 2006

    January 30–December 11, 2006


  14. Mondovino: The Series

    December 2–10, 2006


  15. Asian Cinevisions 2006

    January 9–December 9, 2006


  16. Xie Fei’s Song of Tibet

    December 6–7, 2006


  17. Norman McLaren Restored!

    November 29–30, 2006


  18. <i>The Great Happiness Space: Tale of an Osaka Love Theif</i>. 2006. USA. Directed by Jake Clennell

    Best Film Not Playing at a Theater Near You

    November 24–27, 2006


  19. Black Maria Film Festival: The Legacy of the Short Film

    November 18–22, 2006


  20. Jenni Olson’s The Joy of Life

    November 11–16, 2006


  21. Vitagraph: The Big V on Avenue M

    November 9–13, 2006


  22. Sundance at MoMA 2006

    November 8–13, 2006


  23. Chuck Statler: Before MTV

    November 2–4, 2006


  24. Kino! 2006: New Films from Germany

    October 26–November 3, 2006


  25. Otto Preminger: Notorious

    October 1–29, 2006


  26. Reel New York

    October 18–26, 2006


  27. Gunvor Nelson Retrospective: Personal Lens

    October 20–23, 2006


  28. The Residents: Re-Viewed

    October 19–22, 2006


  29. British Television Advertising Awards 2006: Award-Winning British Commercials

    October 13–19, 2006


  30. Special Screening: High Society

    October 18, 2006


  31. La fémis

    October 12–15, 2006


  32. Marcin Ramocki's 8 BIT

    October 7–11, 2006


  33. Nikki S. Lee's a.k.a. Nikki S. Lee

    October 5–7, 2006


  34. F. W. Murnau's Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans

    October 1–4, 2006


  35. The Personal Films of Su Friedrich

    September 27–30, 2006


  36. Pola Negri: Life Is a Dream

    September 18–25, 2006


  37. The Huston Family: 75 Years on Film

    August 18–September 22, 2006


  38. Another Wave: Global Queer Cinema, Part Two

    September 1–16, 2006


  39. Dada on Film

    June 24–September 4, 2006


  40. A View from the Vaults 2006: Recent Acquisitions and Restorations

    July 1–August 17, 2006


  41. TOMORROWLAND: CalArts in Moving Pictures

    May 25–August 13, 2006


  42. Premiere Brazil! 2006

    July 13–23, 2006


  43. Another Wave: Global Queer Cinema, Part One

    July 5–21, 2006


  44. Ozon at the Beach

    July 12–13, 2006


  45. Janet Gaynor: A Centennial Celebration

    July 1–12, 2006


  46. Vittorio De Seta: A Retrospective

    June 24–30, 2006


  47. A Work in Progress: The Films of James Mangold

    June 4–29, 2006


  48. The Art and Technique of the American Commercial: The AICP Show at MoMA, 2006

    June 11–26, 2006


  49. To Save and Project: The Fourth MoMA International. Festival of Film Preservation

    May 19–June 21, 2006


  50. Outstanding Short Films from International Festivals

    June 14–16, 2006


  51. Women’s Film Preservation Fund Program

    June 9, 2006


  52. Laurie Simmons’s The Music of Regret

    May 24–29, 2006


  53. Theda Bara: The Woman with the Hungry Eyes

    May 20–22, 2006


  54. In Memoriam: Nam June Paik

    May 1–22, 2006


  55. Ringl and Pit: Remembering Grete Stern and Ellen Auerbach

    May 20–21, 2006


  56. Diane Bonder: You Are Not from Here

    May 13–17, 2006


  57. Rediscovering Roscoe: The Careers of "Fatty" Arbuckle

    April 20–May 15, 2006


  58. Lech Majewski: Conjuring the Moving Image

    May 3–14, 2006


  59. Barney Rosset Presents: Samuel Beckett's Film and Literary Cinema

    May 12–13, 2006


  60. Elio Petri Revisited

    May 7–10, 2006


  61. An Evening with Eddie Lawrence

    May 6, 2006


  62. Baseball and American Culture

    April 3–30, 2006


  63. Cinéfondation, Cannes 2005

    April 28–30, 2006


  64. Ziegler Film, Berlin

    April 5–30, 2006


  65. Ellington by Keys: Three Films from the Archives

    April 29, 2006


  66. Marcel Dzama's The Lotus Eaters, Sad Ghost, and Radio Shorts

    April 22, 2006


  67. Edvard Munch and His Time

    March 10–April 19, 2006


  68. Joëlle Tuerlinckx's American Studies

    April 19, 2006


  69. Prix Jean Vigo Premieres Special: Hotel Atithi

    April 8, 2006


  70. New Directors/New Films

    March 22–April 2, 2006


  71. Joseph Jacoby: On the Edge of Hollywood

    March 16–20, 2006


  72. Canadian Front 2006

    March 15–20, 2006


  73. Documentary Fortnight Expanded

    February 9–March 13, 2006


  74. Ric Burns's Eugene O’Neill: A Documentary Film

    March 6–12, 2006


  75. Grand Illusions: The Best of Recent French Animation

    February 23–March 5, 2006


  76. New Acquisitions. Two Legends: Alexander and Kaspar Hauser

    March 1–5, 2006


  77. 78th Academy-Nominated Documentary Shorts

    February 26, 2006


  78. Alexander Hammid: A Memorial Salute

    February 24–26, 2006


  79. How Yukong Moved the Mountains

    February 2–22, 2006


  80. Global Lens, 2006

    February 3–20, 2006


  81. William Kentridge's 9 Drawings for Projection

    February 15–20, 2006


  82. Kid Boots: Set to Music

    February 18, 2006


  83. Medusa: Films from an Italian Studio, 1995–2005

    January 18–30, 2006


  84. Robert Wise, American Filmmaker

    January 7–28, 2006


  85. Gaumont presents Sacha Guitry's La Poison

    January 19, 2006


  86. Fort Lee: Early Film Capital

    January 18, 2006


  87. Béla Tarr's Sátántangó

    January 11–16, 2006


  88. Gregory La Cava: An Encore Presentation

    January 14–15, 2006


  89. Illustrating Ideas and Singing Songs: Collaborative Animated Pieces by Emily Hubley and Others

    January 4, 2006