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  1. <i>Variety.</i> 1925. Germany. Directed by Ewald André Dupont

    Weimar Cinema, 1919–1933: Daydreams and Nightmares

    November 17, 2010–March 7, 2011


  2. <i>World on a Wire.</i> 1973. Germany. Directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder

    The Contenders 2010

    November 11, 2010–January 23, 2011


  3. <i>Last Tango in Paris.</i> 1972. France/Italy. Directed by Bernardo Bertolucci

    Bernardo Bertolucci

    December 15, 2010–January 12, 2011


  4. <i>La Danse—The Paris Opera Ballet.</i> 2009. USA. Directed by Frederick Wiseman

    Frederick Wiseman

    January 20–December 17, 2010


  5. <i>The Wind.</i> 1928. USA. Directed by Victor Sjöström. Acquired from MGM

    Lillian Gish

    November 26–December 13, 2010


  6. <i>The Time That Remains.</i> 2009. Palestine/Great Britain/Italy/Belgium/France. Directed by Elia Suleiman

    Mapping Subjectivity: Experimentation in Arab Cinema from the 1960s to Now, Part I

    October 28–November 22, 2010


  7. <i>Littlerock.</i> 2010. USA. Directed by Mike Ott

    Best Film Not Playing at a Theater Near You 2010

    November 18–22, 2010


  8. <i>Double Tide.</i> 2009. USA. Directed by Sharon Lockhart

    MoMA Presents: Sharon Lockhart’s Double Tide

    November 11–17, 2010


  9. <i>Inferential Current.</i> 1971. Directed by Paul Sharits

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

    October 15–November 14, 2010


  10. <i>The Darkness of Day.</i> 2009. USA. Directed by Jay Rosenblatt

    MoMA Presents: The Darkness of Day: Recent Films by Jay Rosenblatt

    October 13–18, 2010


  11. <i>Hearts and Flowers.</i> 1919. USA. Directed by Edward Cline

    More Cruel and Unusual Comedy: Social Commentary in the American Slapstick Film, Part 2

    October 6–14, 2010


  12. <i>Sync Touch.</i> 1981. USA. Directed by Barbara Hammer

    Barbara Hammer

    September 15–October 13, 2010


  13. Joe Ranft. Storyboard sketch for <i>Monsters, Inc.</i> 2001. Courtesy of Pixar Archives. © Disney Enterprises, Inc.

    John Canemaker’s Two Guys Named Joe: Master Animation Storytellers Joe Grant and Joe Ranft

    October 1–2, 2010


  14. <i>The Housemaid.</i> 2010. South Korea. Directed by Im Sang-soo

    Yeonghwa: Korean Film Today

    September 22–30, 2010


  15. Ida Lupino on the set of <i>The Man I Love</i> (1946)

    Ida Lupino: Mother Directs

    August 26–September 20, 2010


  16. <i>The Toe Tactic.</i> 2008. USA. Written and directed by Emily Hubley

    Recent Film Acquisitions: Continuum 2

    July 1–September 17, 2010


  17. <i>Honeymoons.</i> 2009. Serbia/Albania/Italy. Directed by Goran Paskaljevic

    MoMA Presents: Goran Paskaljevic’s Honeymoons

    September 9–15, 2010


  18. <i>Show Business at War</i> (<i>The March of Time</i> volume 9, episode 10). 1943. USA. Courtesy of Home Box Office, Inc.

    The March of Time, Seventy-fifth Anniversary

    September 1–10, 2010


  19. <i>Four Bags Full.</i> 1956. France. Directed by Claude Autant-Lara

    French Comedy, Gaumont Style

    July 14–September 8, 2010


  20. <i>Waste Land.</i> 2010. Great Britain/Brazil. Directed by Lucy Walker

    Premiere Brazil! 2010

    July 15–29, 2010


  21. <i>Meshes of the Afternoon.</i> 1943. USA. Directed by Maya Deren. Acquired from the artist

    Maya Deren’s Legacy: Women and Experimental Film

    May 15–July 23, 2010


  22. <i>The London Story.</i> 1986. Great Britain. Directed by Sally Potter

    Sally Potter

    July 7–21, 2010


  23. <i>Liverpool.</i> 2008. Argentina. Directed by Lisandro Alonso

    Lisandro Alonso

    June 25–30, 2010


  24. <i>Reel Injun.</i> 2009. Canada. Directed by Neil Diamond. &copy 2010 Rezolution Pictures/National Film Board of Canada

    MoMA Presents: Neil Diamond’s Reel Injun

    June 14–20, 2010


  25. The Art and Technique of the American Commercial: The AICP Show at MoMA, 2010

    June 13, 2010


  26. <i>Winter’s Bone.</i> 2009. USA. Directed by Debra Granik

    MoMA Premiere: Debra Granik’s Winter’s Bone

    June 9, 2010


  27. <i>Burn.</i> 2002. USA. Directed by Reynold Reynolds, Patrick Jolley

    Creative Capital

    April 30–June 6, 2010


  28. Iris Barry, c. 1940. Photo by George Platt Lynes

    Iris Barry: Re-View

    May 10–24, 2010


  29. MoMA Presents: Sterlin Harjo’s Barking Water

    May 12–17, 2010


  30. <i>Mukhsin.</i> 2006. Malaysia. Directed by Yasmin Ahmad

    Filmmaker in Focus: Yasmin Ahmad

    May 5–12, 2010


  31. Cinéfondation, Cannes, 2009

    May 5–7, 2010


  32. <i>I Want to Live in the Country (And Other Romances).</i> 1976. USA. Directed by Joan Jonas

    Joan Jonas: Six Works

    April 29–30, 2010


  33. <i>The Day Will Come.</i> 2009. Germany. Directed by Susanne Schneider

    Kino! 2010: New Films from Germany

    April 21–30, 2010


  34. <i>A Matter of Life and Death (Stairway to Heaven).</i> 1946. Great Britain. Written and directed by Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger

    David Niven: A Centenary Tribute

    April 12–23, 2010


  35. <i>World on a Wire.</i> 1973. Germany. Directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder

    MoMA Presents: Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s World on a Wire

    April 14–19, 2010


  36. Henri Cartier-Bresson: Films

    April 8–11, 2010


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    New Directors/New Films, 2010

    March 24–April 4, 2010


  38. <i>Fathers and Guns.</i> 2009. Canada. Directed by Émile Gaudreault

    Canadian Front, 2010

    March 17–22, 2010


  39. <i>Forbidden Zone.</i> 1982. USA. Directed by Richard Elfman

    Tim Burton Sidebar: Waking Sleeping Beauty and Forbidden Zone

    March 15–20, 2010


  40. <i>The World.</i> 2004. China/Japan/France. Directed by Jia Zhangke

    Jia Zhangke: A Retrospective

    March 5–20, 2010


  41. <i>Nora.</i> 2008. USA. Directed by Alla Kovgan, David Hinton. Image courtesy the filmmakers

    Documentary Fortnight, 2010: MoMA’s International Festival of Nonfiction Film

    February 17–March 3, 2010


  42. Eighty-Second Academy-Nominated Documentary Shorts

    February 28, 2010


  43. <i>Let’s Get Lost.</i> 1988. USA. Directed by Bruce Weber

    Karen Cooper Carte Blanche: 40 Years of Documentary Premieres at Film Forum

    February 3–20, 2010


  44. Oscar’s Docs 1953–75: Nature and Humanity

    February 8–14, 2010


  45. 1969 Film Program

    January 30–31, 2010


  46. <i>Masquerades.</i> 2008. Algeria. Directed by Lyes Salem

    Global Lens, 2010

    January 14–29, 2010


  47. <i>Carmel.</i> 2009. Israel. Directed by Amos Gitai

    MoMA Presents: Amos Gitai’s Carmel

    January 13–18, 2010


  48. <i>A Year Ago in Winter.</i> 2008. Germany. Written and directed by Caroline Link

    MoMA Presents: Caroline Link’s A Year Ago in Winter

    January 6–11, 2010