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  1. <i>20 Million Miles to Earth.</i> 1957. USA. Directed by Nathan Juran

    Tim Burton and the Lurid Beauty of Monsters

    December 2, 2009–April 26, 2010


  2. <i>Sweeney Todd.</i> 2007. USA/Great Britain. Directed by Tim Burton. Photo: Leah Gallo

    Tim Burton

    November 18, 2009–April 26, 2010


  3. <i>Antichrist.</i> 2009. Denmark/Germany/France/Sweden/Italy/Poland. Written and directed by Lars von Trier

    The Contenders, 2009

    October 31, 2009–January 13, 2010


  4. Artur Zmijewski

    October 31, 2009–January 6, 2010


  5. <i>L'Inhumaine.</i> 1924. France. Directed by Marcel L’Herbier

    Nuts and Bolts: Machine Made Man in Films from the Collection

    November 1, 2009–January 2, 2010


  6. <i>Mon Oncle.</i> 1958. France. Directed by Jacques Tati

    Jacques Tati

    December 18, 2009–January 2, 2010


  7. Best Years: Going to the Movies, 1945–46

    November 18–December 30, 2009


  8. Johnny Mercer Centenary Screening

    December 18, 2009


  9. <i>The Easy Life.</i> 1962. Italy. Directed by Dino Risi

    Dino Risi: Comedy with a Twist

    December 10–17, 2009


  10. <i>Vortex.</i> 2009. Lithuania. Written and directed by Gytis Luksas

    Lithuanian Cinema: 1990–2009

    December 4–13, 2009


  11. Cool Men in a Golden Age: Alfred Leslie and Frank O’Hara

    December 4, 2009


  12. <i>Taxi Driver.</i> 1976. USA. Directed by Martin Scorsese

    Looking at Music: Side 2

    September 21–November 30, 2009


  13. <i>October Country.</i> 2009. USA. Directed by Michael Palmieri, Donal Mosher

    Best Film Not Playing at a Theater Near You, 2009

    November 19–22, 2009


  14. <i>The Adventures of Prince Achmed.</i> 1926. Germany. Directed by Lotte Reiniger

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

    October 24–November 16, 2009


  15. <i>Used Parts.</i> Mexico/France/Spain. 2007. Directed by Aarón Fernández

    Iberoamérica: Our Way(s)

    November 5–13, 2009


  16. <i>A Woman Under the Influence.</i> 1974. USA. Written and directed by John Cassavetes

    MoMA Presents: John Cassavetes’s A Woman Under the Influence

    October 24–30, 2009


  17. <i>Death Rode Out of Persia.</i> 2006. Directed by Putyi Horváth

    Carte Blanche: Béla Tarr and Satantango

    October 22–30, 2009


  18. Poster for <i>The Pasha’s Daughter.</i> 1911. USA. Director unknown

    Thanhouser: 100 Years

    October 26, 2009


  19. <i>Free To Go.</i> 2003. USA. Directed by Andrew Noren

    Andrew Noren: What the Light Was Like

    October 21–25, 2009


  20. Gaumont Presents: Trichromie!

    October 19, 2009


  21. Spike Jonze and Meryl Streep on the set of <i>Adaptation.</i> 2002. USA. Directed by Spike Jonze. © Brigitte Lacombe

    Spike Jonze: The First 80 Years

    October 8–18, 2009


  22. <i>The Heretics.</i> 2009. USA. Written and directed by Joan Braderman

    MoMA Presents: Joan Braderman’s The Heretics

    October 9–15, 2009


  23. <i>After the Storm.</i> 2009. USA. Directed by Hilla Medalia

    MoMA Presents: Hilla Medalia’s After the Storm

    October 5–11, 2009


  24. <i>Where Is Where?</i> 2009. Finland. Written and directed by Eija-Liisa Ahtila

    MoMA Presents: Eija-Liisa Ahtila’s Where Is Where?

    October 1–7, 2009


  25. <i>Paradise.</i> 2009. USA. Directed by Michael Almereyda

    MoMA Presents: Michael Almereyda’s Paradise

    September 24–30, 2009


  26. <i>Australia.</i> 2008. USA. Directed by Baz Luhrmann. Image courtesy Photofest

    Recent Film Acquisitions: Continuum

    August 5–September 30, 2009


  27. Comfort Fabric Softener, "Naturists." Directed by James Gilchrist. Agency: Ogilvy. Production company: Thomas Thomas Films

    British Television Advertising Awards, 2009: Award-Winning British Commercials

    September 24–27, 2009


  28. A still from the Skittles "Piñata" commercial

    The Art and Technique of the American Commercial: The AICP Show at MoMA, 2009

    September 25–26, 2009


  29. <i>Harmony and Me.</i> 2009. USA. Directed by Bob Byington

    MoMA Presents: Bob Byington’s Harmony and Me

    September 18–24, 2009


  30. <i>All About Eve</i> (1950). Directed by Joseph Mankiewicz. Credit: MoMA Film Archive. Pictured: Anne Baxter, Bette Davis, George Sanders

    Critical Favorites: The New York Film Critics Circle at 75

    July 3–September 23, 2009


  31. <i>Songs from the Second Floor.</i> 2000. Sweden/Norway/Denmark. Directed by Roy Andersson

    Filmmaker in Focus: Roy Andersson

    September 10–18, 2009


  32. <i>Elevated.</i> 2009. USA. Directed by Doug Aitken, Guy Maddin, Bill Morrison, Matt Mullican, William Wegman

    MoMA Premiere: Elevated

    September 9, 2009


  33. <i>December.</i> 2008. Brazil. Directed by Selton Mello

    Premiere Brazil! 2009

    July 16–August 3, 2009


  34. <i>Nollywood Babylon.</i> 2008. Canada/Nigeria. Written, directed, and photographed by Ben Addelman, Samir Mallal. Pictured: Lancelot prepares to take a shot. Photo credit: Samir Mallal. © 2008 National Film Board of Canada. All rights reserved

    MoMA Presents: Nollywood Babylon

    July 3–8, 2009


  35. <i>The Edge of Heaven.</i> 2007. Germany/Turkey. Directed by Fatih Akin

    Carte Blanche: Marcus Hu and Jon Gerrans

    July 1–6, 2009


  36. <i>Bamako.</i> 2006. Mali. Directed by Abderrahmane Sissako

    Abderrahmane Sissako

    June 26–July 2, 2009


  37. <i>Rebirth of a Nation.</i> 2008. USA. Directed by Paul D. Miller

    MoMA Presents: DJ Spooky's Rebirth of a Nation

    June 22–28, 2009


  38. <i>Lonesome Cowboys.</i> 1967–68. USA. Directed by Andy Warhol

    The West: Myth, Character, and Reinvention by Andy Warhol

    May 6–June 26, 2009


  39. <i>A Hard Day’s Night.</i> 1964. Great Britain. Directed by Richard Lester

    The Sixties: Yanks in Britain

    June 17–24, 2009


  40. <i>Supermen of Malegaon.</i> 2009. India/Japan/South Korea/Singapore. Directed by Faiza Ahmad Khan

    The New India

    June 5–18, 2009


  41. <i>Autumn Ball.</i> 2007. Estonia. Written and directed by Veiko Ounpuu. Courtesy Strand Releasing

    MoMA Presents: Veiko Ounpuu's Autumn Ball

    June 3–8, 2009


  42. Outstanding Short Films from International Festivals

    June 3–4, 2009


  43. <i>Haunted Spooks.</i> 1920. USA. Directed by Hal Roach. Courtesy of Harold Lloyd Entertainment

    Cruel and Unusual Comedy: Social Commentary in the American Slapstick Film

    May 20–June 2, 2009


  44. <i>Laila’s Birthday.</i> 2008. Palestine/Tunisia/ Netherlands. Written and directed by Rashid Masharawi. Image courtesy of Kino International

    MoMA Presents: Rashid Masharawi's Laila's Birthday

    May 27–June 1, 2009


  45. <i>Holiday for Henrietta.</i> 1952. France. Directed by Julien Duvivier

    Julien Duvivier

    May 1–28, 2009


  46. <i>Shinjuku Boys.</i> 1995. Great Britain. Directed by Kim Longinotto, Jano Williams

    Kim Longinotto

    May 7–23, 2009


  47. William Wellman, Joel McRea, and editor James B. Clark on the set of <i>Buffalo Bill.</i> 1944. USA. Directed by William A. Wellman. © Twentieth Century Fox

    The Old West: Myth, Character, and Reinvention

    April 1–May 1, 2009


  48. <i>The Graduate.</i> 1967. USA. Directed by Mike Nichols

    Mike Nichols

    April 14–May 1, 2009


  49. <i>November Child.</i> 2008. Germany. Directed by Christian Schwochow

    Kino! at Thirty: New Cinema from Germany

    April 22–30, 2009


  50. <i>The Pope's Toilet.</i> 2007. Uruguay/Brazil/ France. Directed by Enrique Fernández and César Charlone

    MoMA Presents: The Pope's Toilet

    April 8–13, 2009


  51. Cinéfondation, Cannes, 2008

    April 9–11, 2009


  52. New Directors/New Films 2009

    New Directors/New Films 2009

    March 25–April 5, 2009


  53. <i>C.R.A.Z.Y.</i> 2005. Canada. Directed by Jean-Marc Vallée

    MoMA Presents: Jean-Marc Vallée's C.R.A.Z.Y.

    March 18–23, 2009


  54. <i>Mommy’s at the Hairdresser.</i> 2008. Directed by Léa Pool. Pictured: Marianne Fortier and Gabriel Arcand

    Canadian Front 2009

    March 18–23, 2009


  55. <i>Soukromé Století (Private Century)</i> (2007). Directed by Jan Sikl

    Jan Sikl's Private Century

    March 9–15, 2009


  56. <i>Born to Win</i> (1971). Directed by Ivan Passer

    Ivan Passer's Way

    March 6–13, 2009


  57. <i>The Trespasser</i> (1929). Directed by Edmond Goulding

    Joseph P. Kennedy Presents

    March 11, 2009


  58. <i>The French Connection</i> (1971). Directed by William Friedkin

    MoMA Presents: William Friedkin's The French Connection

    March 4–9, 2009


  59. Filmmaker in Focus: Ramin Bahrani

    March 4–7, 2009


  60. <i>Night of the Hunter</i> (1955). Directed by Charles Laughton

    Charles Laughton's The Night of the Hunter

    March 1–2, 2009


  61. <I>Su tutte le vette é pace (On the Heights All Is Peace)</I>.  1998. Italy. Directed by Angela Ricci Lucchi, Yervant Gianikian

    Angela Ricci Lucchi and Yervant Gianikian, A Retrospective

    February 2–28, 2009


  62. A Tribute to George C. Stoney

    February 27–28, 2009


  63. Latin American Focus: Juan Mandelbaum's Our Disappeared

    February 26, 2009


  64. Documentary Fortnight 2009

    February 11–25, 2009


  65. Eighty-First Academy-Nominated Documentary Shorts

    February 15, 2009


  66. The Secret Land.  1948. USA. Produced by Orville O. Dull

    Oscar's Docs, 1946–56: Optimism and Adventure!

    February 2–9, 2009


  67. MoMA Presents: Kevin Merz's Glorious Exit

    February 1–8, 2009


  68. MoMA Presents: Emily Hubley's The Toe Tactic

    January 28–February 2, 2009


  69. Korean Films Made during the Japanese Occupation

    January 28–February 1, 2009


  70. Global Lens 2009

    January 14–31, 2009


  71. American Politics: From the Archives

    January 18–31, 2009


  72. A Salute to Stuart Oderman

    January 29, 2009


  73. Terence Davies: From the Collection

    January 15–17, 2009


  74. MoMA Premiere: Terence Davies's Of Time and the City

    January 15, 2009


  75. Noam Gonick's Stryker

    January 4–9, 2009