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  1. <em>Raging Bull</em>. 1980. USA. Directed by Martin Scorsese

    An Auteurist History of Film

    September 9, 2009–August 29, 2014


  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>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


  4. <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


  5. Artur Zmijewski

    October 31, 2009–January 6, 2010


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

    Jacques Tati

    December 18, 2009–January 2, 2010


  7. <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


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

    November 18–December 30, 2009


  9. Johnny Mercer Centenary Screening

    December 18, 2009


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

    Dino Risi: Comedy with a Twist

    December 10–17, 2009


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

    Lithuanian Cinema: 1990–2009

    December 4–13, 2009


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

    December 4, 2009


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

    Looking at Music: Side 2

    September 21–November 30, 2009


  14. <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


  15. <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


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

    Iberoamérica: Our Way(s)

    November 5–13, 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. <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


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

    Thanhouser: 100 Years

    October 26, 2009


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

    Andrew Noren: What the Light Was Like

    October 21–25, 2009


  21. Gaumont Presents: Trichromie!

    October 19, 2009


  22. 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


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

    MoMA Presents: Joan Braderman’s The Heretics

    October 9–15, 2009


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

    MoMA Presents: Hilla Medalia’s After the Storm

    October 5–11, 2009


  25. <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


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

    MoMA Presents: Michael Almereyda’s Paradise

    September 24–30, 2009


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

    Recent Film Acquisitions: Continuum

    August 5–September 30, 2009


  28. 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


  29. 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


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

    MoMA Presents: Bob Byington’s Harmony and Me

    September 18–24, 2009


  31. <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


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

    Filmmaker in Focus: Roy Andersson

    September 10–18, 2009


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

    MoMA Premiere: Elevated

    September 9, 2009


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

    Premiere Brazil! 2009

    July 16–August 3, 2009


  35. <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


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

    Carte Blanche: Marcus Hu and Jon Gerrans

    July 1–6, 2009


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

    Abderrahmane Sissako

    June 26–July 2, 2009


  38. <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


  39. <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


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

    The Sixties: Yanks in Britain

    June 17–24, 2009


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

    The New India

    June 5–18, 2009


  42. <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


  43. Outstanding Short Films from International Festivals

    June 3–4, 2009


  44. <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


  45. <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


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

    Julien Duvivier

    May 1–28, 2009


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

    Kim Longinotto

    May 7–23, 2009


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

    Mike Nichols

    April 14–May 1, 2009


  49. 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


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

    Kino! at Thirty: New Cinema from Germany

    April 22–30, 2009


  51. <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


  52. Cinéfondation, Cannes, 2008

    April 9–11, 2009


  53. New Directors/New Films 2009

    New Directors/New Films 2009

    March 25–April 5, 2009


  54. <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


  55. <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


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

    Jan Sikl's Private Century

    March 9–15, 2009


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

    Ivan Passer's Way

    March 6–13, 2009


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

    Joseph P. Kennedy Presents

    March 11, 2009


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

    MoMA Presents: William Friedkin's The French Connection

    March 4–9, 2009


  60. Filmmaker in Focus: Ramin Bahrani

    March 4–7, 2009


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

    Charles Laughton's The Night of the Hunter

    March 1–2, 2009


  62. A Tribute to George C. Stoney

    February 27–28, 2009


  63. <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


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

    February 26, 2009


  65. Documentary Fortnight 2009

    February 11–25, 2009


  66. Eighty-First Academy-Nominated Documentary Shorts

    February 15, 2009


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

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

    February 2–9, 2009


  68. MoMA Presents: Kevin Merz's Glorious Exit

    February 1–8, 2009


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

    January 28–February 2, 2009


  70. Korean Films Made during the Japanese Occupation

    January 28–February 1, 2009


  71. American Politics: From the Archives

    January 18–31, 2009


  72. Global Lens 2009

    January 14–31, 2009


  73. A Salute to Stuart Oderman

    January 29, 2009


  74. Terence Davies: From the Collection

    January 15–17, 2009


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

    January 15, 2009


  76. Noam Gonick's Stryker

    January 4–9, 2009