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EXHIBITIONS & FILM


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  1. <i>Yartsa Rinpoche</i>. 2013. China/France. Directed by Dorje Tsering Chenaktsang. 101 min. Courtesy of Chenaktsang and Trace Foundation

    ContemporAsian

    March 19, 2008–August 31, 2014


  2. <I>Loves of Carmen</I>.  1927. USA. Directed by Raoul Walsh

    Batiste Madalena and the Cinema of the 1920s

    October 20, 2008–March 14, 2009


  3. Laugh and Live: The Films of Douglas Fairbanks

    December 17, 2008–January 12, 2009


  4. <I>Slumdog Millionaire</I>.  2008. Great Britain. Directed by Danny Boyle, Loveleen Tandan

    The Contenders, 2008

    November 14, 2008–January 10, 2009


  5. <i> Europa Europa. </i> 1991. France/Germany. Written and directed by Agnieszka Holland. Based on the autobiography of Solomon Perel

    Agnieszka Holland: Europa/America

    December 10, 2008–January 5, 2009


  6. <i>Blithe Spirit.</i> 1945. Great Britain. Directed by David Lean

    Blithe Spirit: A Holiday Salute to David Lean and Rex Harrison

    December 27–31, 2008


  7. British Television Advertising Awards 2008: Award-Winning British Commercials

    December 10–31, 2008


  8. Looking at Music

    August 18–December 21, 2008


  9. <i>Sacred Heart.</i> 2005. Italy. Directed by Ferzan Ozpetek

    Filmmaker in Focus: Ferzan Ozpetek

    December 4–14, 2008


  10. True Cinema: Vlada Petric on Slavko Vorkapich

    December 8, 2008


  11. Melvin Van Peebles: A Salute from MoMA and IFP

    December 1–6, 2008


  12. <i>Sita Sings the Blues.</i> 2008. USA. Written, directed, and animated by Nina Paley

    Best Film Not Playing at a Theater Near You

    November 20–24, 2008


  13. <i>Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song.</i> 1971. USA. Directed by Melvin Van Peebles

    To Save and Project: The Sixth MoMA International Festival of Film Preservation

    October 24–November 16, 2008


  14. <i>Cherry Blossoms.</i> 2008. Germany/Japan. Written and directed by Doris Dörrie

    Kino 2008

    November 5–13, 2008


  15. The Granddad of Us All: W. K-L. Dickson Restored

    November 8–9, 2008


  16. <i>Hell Drivers.</i> 1957. Great Britain. Directed by Cy Endfield

    MoMA Presents: Cy Endfield's Hell Drivers

    November 1–7, 2008


  17. Amos Gitai: Non-Fiction

    October 24–November 2, 2008


  18. MoMA Presents: Amos Gitai's News from Home/News from House

    October 24–30, 2008


  19. <i>Return to the Scene of the Crime.</i> 2008. USA. Directed by Ken Jacobs

    MoMA Presents: Ken Jacobs's Return to the Scene of the Crime

    October 16–22, 2008


  20. <i>Razzle Dazzle, The Lost World.</i> 2006–07. USA. Directed by Ken Jacobs

    Ken Jacobs: Filmmaker Extraordinaire

    October 16–22, 2008


  21. <i>Monsieur Beaucaire.</i> 1924. USA. Directed by Sidney Olcott

    Hollywood on the Hudson: Filmmaking in New York, 1920–39

    September 17–October 19, 2008


  22. Delwende and Some African Films from the Collection

    October 5–13, 2008


  23. <i>Delwende.</i> 2005. Burkina Faso/France/Switzerland. Written and directed by S. Pierre Yameogo

    MoMA Presents: S. Pierre Yameogo's Delwende

    October 8–13, 2008


  24. Canyon Cinema

    October 6, 2008


  25. <i>Silent Light.</i> 2007. Mexico/France/Netherlands/Germany. Written and directed by Carlos Reygadas

    MoMA Presents: Carlos Reygadas's Silent Light

    September 24–29, 2008


  26. <i>Japón.</i> 2002. Mexico/Spain. Written and directed by Carlos Reygadas

    Filmmaker in Focus: Carlos Reygadas

    September 24–29, 2008


  27. <i>The Man from London.</i> 2007. Hungary/Germany/France. Directed by Béla Tarr

    MoMA Presents: Béla Tarr's The Man from London

    September 22–28, 2008


  28. An Evening with James Schamus and Carl Th. Dreyer's Gertrud

    September 25–28, 2008


  29. MoMA Presents: Pierre Rissient: Man of Cinema

    September 18–24, 2008


  30. <i>Who Framed Roger Rabbit.</i> 1988. USA. Directed by Robert Zemeckis. Animation direction by Richard Williams

    Master Class: Richard Williams in Conversation with John Canemaker

    September 22, 2008


  31. From the Archives: A Pierre Rissient Selection

    September 18–21, 2008


  32. <i>Paris Blues.</i> 1961. USA. Directed by Martin Ritt

    Jazz Score

    April 17–September 15, 2008


  33. <i>Riders of the Purple Sage.</i> 1925. USA. Directed by Lynn Reynolds

    Salvador Dalí: Consumer/Consumed

    August 4–September 15, 2008


  34. Salvador Dalí: Creator/Collaborator Redux

    September 10–15, 2008


  35. <i>Friendship.</i> 2006. Finland. Directed by Anu Pennanen

    Arctic Hysteria Onscreen

    September 15, 2008


  36. Dalí in New York

    September 10–11, 2008


  37. <i>American Job.</i> 1996. USA. Directed by Chris Smith

    Chris Smith: American Original

    August 29–September 1, 2008


  38. Salvador Dalí and Three American Surrealists

    July 23–28, 2008


  39. <i>Estômago: A Gastronomic Story.</i> 2007. Brazil. Directed by Marcos Jorge

    Premiere Brazil!, 2008

    July 17–28, 2008


  40. <i>The Umbrellas of Cherbourg.</i> 1964. France. Written and directed by Jacques Demy

    Zeitgeist: The Films of Our Time

    June 26–July 23, 2008


  41. <i>Safety Last.</i> 1923. USA. Directed by Sam Taylor, Fred Newmeyer

    Dalí Laughs

    July 7–16, 2008


  42. <i>Marooned in Iraq.</i> 2003. Iran. Written and directed by Bahman Ghobadi

    Flaherty at MoMA: The Films of Bahman Ghobadi

    June 27–July 7, 2008


  43. <i>Un Chien andalou.</i> 1929. France. Directed by Luis Buñuel

    Salvador Dalí: Creator/Collaborator

    June 20–28, 2008


  44. <i>Jaws.</i> 1975. USA. Directed by Steven Spielberg

    Celebrating Summer

    June 1–26, 2008


  45. <i>Taking Off.</i> 1971. USA. Directed by Milos Forman

    MoMA Presents: Milos Forman's Taking Off

    June 18–23, 2008


  46. <i>Warsaw Bridge.</i> 1990. Spain. Directed by Pere Portabella

    MoMA Presents: Pere Portabella's Warsaw Bridge

    June 13–19, 2008


  47. MoMA Presents: Isaac Julien's Derek

    June 9–16, 2008


  48. Outstanding Short Films from International Festivals, 2008

    June 11–13, 2008


  49. MoMA Presents: Marco Bellocchio's The Wedding Director

    June 4–9, 2008


  50. The Bourne Trilogy and An Evening with Doug Liman and James Schamus

    May 29–31, 2008


  51. Alanis Obomsawin. Photo credit: Jeff Bear. © Storytellers in Motion

    Alanis Obomsawin

    May 14–26, 2008


  52. <em>Skagafjördur.</em> 2002–04. USA

    Peter Hutton

    May 5–26, 2008


  53. <em>Dilemma.</em> 1962. Denmark/South Africa. Directed by Henning Carlsen

    MoMA Presents: Dilemma

    May 9–15, 2008


  54. <i>The Isle.</i> 2000. South Korea. Directed by Kim Ki-Duk

    Kim Ki-Duk

    April 23–May 8, 2008


  55. The Art and Technique of the American Commercial: The AICP Show at MoMA, 2008

    June 5–May 7, 2008


  56. <em>Once Upon a Time in the West.</em> 1968. Italy/USA. Directed by Sergio Leone

    MoMA Presents: Once Upon a Time in the West

    May 1–5, 2008


  57. <i>Mickey One.</i> 1965. USA. Directed by Arthur Penn

    MoMA Presents: Arthur Penn's Mickey One

    April 17–23, 2008


  58. <i>Tehilim.</i> 2007. Israel/France/USA. Directed by Raphaël Nadjari

    MoMA Presents: Raphaël Nadjari's Tehilim

    April 10–16, 2008


  59. <i>The Fall.</i> 2006. India/Great Britain/USA. Directed and produced by Tarsem

    MoMA Premiere: Tarsem's The Fall

    April 16, 2008


  60. New Directors/New Films

    March 26–April 6, 2008


  61. <i>Unfaithfully Yours.</i> 1948. USA. Written and directed by Preston Sturges

    Rex Harrison: A Centenary Tribute

    March 5–24, 2008


  62. <i>The Tracey Fragments.</i> 2007. Canada. Directed by Bruce McDonald

    Canadian Front, 2008

    March 13–20, 2008


  63. <i>Poor Boy's Game.</i> 2007. Canada. Directed by Clement Virgo

    MoMA Presents: Poor Boy's Game

    March 13–18, 2008


  64. <i>Le Péril jeune.</i> 1996. France. Directed by Cédric Klapisch. Image © Jérôme Plon

    The Age of Chevalier

    January 24–March 8, 2008


  65. <i>Serambi.</i> 2005. Indonesia. Directed by Garin Nugroho, Tonny Trimarsanto, Viva Westi, Lianto Luseno

    Documentary Fortnight, 2008

    February 13–March 3, 2008


  66. <i>Amadeus.</i> 1984. USA. Directed by Milos Forman

    Milos Forman, A Retrospective

    February 14–28, 2008


  67. Eightieth Academy-Nominated Documentary Shorts

    February 17, 2008


  68. <i>Hitler Lives?</i> 1945. USA. Directed by Don Siegel

    Oscar's Docs, 1941–45: Bravery and Bias

    February 2–10, 2008


  69. Cinéfondation, Cannes, 2007

    February 1–4, 2008


  70. Introducing Bert Williams

    February 2, 2008


  71. <i>Midwinter Night's Dream.</i> 2004. Serbia and Montenegro/Spain. Directed by Goran Paskaljevic

    Goran Paskaljevic

    January 9–31, 2008


  72. Gaumont Presents Sacha Guitry's Quadrille

    January 14–25, 2008


  73. <i>Opera Jawa.</i> 2006. Indonesia. Directed by Garin Nugroho

    Global Lens, 2008

    January 10–24, 2008