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  1. Yokoo Tadanori. <i>Diary of a Shinjuku Thief (Sōzōsha) (Shinjuku dorobō nikki [Sōzōsha])</i>. 1968. Screenprint. 39 1/4 x 28″ (99.7 x 71.1 cm). The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of the designer. © 2012 Yokoo Tadanori

    Art Theater Guild and Japanese Underground Cinema, 1960–1986

    December 6, 2012–February 10, 2013


  2. <i>Moonrise Kingdom</i>. 2012. USA. Directed by Wes Anderson

    The Contenders 2012

    October 30, 2012–January 14, 2013


  3. <i>The Piano Tuner of Earthquakes.</i> 2005. Germany/Great Britain/France. Directed by the Quay Brothers

    Lip-Reading Puppets: The Curators’ Prescription for Deciphering the Quay Brothers

    August 9, 2012–January 7, 2013


  4. <i>The Canterbury Tales.</i> 1972. Italy. Directed by Pier Paolo Pasolini

    Pier Paolo Pasolini

    December 13, 2012–January 5, 2013


  5. <i>Oliver Twist</i>. 2005. Great Britain/Italy/Czech Republic. Directed by Roman Polanski

    Dickens on Film

    December 19, 2012–January 3, 2013


  6. <i>Cocksucker Blues</i>. 1972. USA. Directed by Robert Frank

    The Rolling Stones: 50 Years on Film

    November 15–December 2, 2012


  7. <em>Death for Sale</em>. 2011. Morocco/Belgium/France. Directed by Faouzi Bensaïdi

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

    November 1–25, 2012


  8. <i>Red Flag.</i> 2012. USA. Directed by Alex Karpovsky

    Best Film Not Playing at a Theater Near You

    November 16–19, 2012


  9. <i>Call Her Savage.</i> 1932. USA. Directed by John Francis Dillon

    To Save and Project: The 10th MoMA International Festival of Film Preservation

    October 11–November 12, 2012


  10. <i>Dr. No.</i> 1962. Great Britain. Directed by Terence Young. Image courtesy Photofest

    50 Years of James Bond

    October 5–31, 2012


  11. <i>El Dorado.</i> 1967. USA. Directed by Howard Hawks. Photo courtesy of Photofest

    An Auteurist History of Film Special Series: Ride, Boldly Ride

    September 24–October 26, 2012


  12. <i>The Double Steps.</i> 2011. Spain/Switzerland. Directed by Isaki Lacuesta

    MoMA Presents: Isaki Lacuesta’s The Double Steps

    October 1–8, 2012


  13. <i>Avé.</i> 2011. Bulgaria. Directed by Konstantin Bojanov

    MoMA Presents: Konstantin Bojanov’s Avé

    October 3–8, 2012


  14. <i>Poor People.</i> 1963. West Germany. Directed by Vlado Kristl

    Oberhausen Manifesto 1962: Short Films by the Signatories, 1958–67

    September 27–30, 2012


  15. <i>Helpless.</i> 2012. South Korea. Written and directed by Byun Young-joo

    Yeonghwa: Korean Film Today

    September 19–30, 2012


  16. <i>The Great Spy Chase.</i> 1964. France. Directed by Georges Lautner

    Gaumont Presents: Georges Lautner’s The Great Spy Chase

    September 25, 2012


  17. <i>Letter from an Unknown Woman.</i> 1948. USA. Directed by Max Ophuls

    An Auteurist History of Film Special Event: Andrew Sarris Memorial Screening

    September 19, 2012


  18. <i>Mark Lombardi: Death-Defying Acts of Art and Conspiracy.</i> 2011. Germany. Directed by Mareike Wegener

    Mareike Wegener's Mark Lombardi: Death-Defying Acts of Art and Conspiracy

    September 13–18, 2012


  19. <i>Francine.</i> 2012. USA/Canada. Written and directed by Brian M. Cassidy, Melanie Shatzky

    MoMA Presents: Brian M. Cassidy and Melanie Shatzky’s Francine

    September 12–18, 2012


  20. <i>Baby Peggy: The Elephant in the Room.</i> 2010. Netherlands/Denmark/Spain. Directed by Vera Iwerebor

    Baby Peggy: the Oldest Living Silent-Film Star Returns

    September 5–9, 2012


  21. <i>Keep the Lights On.</i> 2012. USA. Directed by Ira Sachs

    MoMA Premiere: Ira Sachs’s Keep the Lights On

    September 5, 2012


  22. <i>Serie noire.</i> 1979. France. Directed by Alain Corneau

    Gaumont Thrillers: From Fantômas to A Gang Story

    August 15–September 4, 2012


  23. <i>Drive</i>. 2011. USA. Directed by Nicolas Winding Refn

    A View from the Vaults, 2012: Recent Acquisitions

    August 1–19, 2012


  24. <i>Hollow City</i>. 2004. Angola. Directed by Maria João Ganga

    Unaccompanied Minors: Views of Youth in Films from the Collection

    July 22–August 14, 2012


  25. <i>5 x Favela: Now By Ourselves.</i> 2010. Brazil. Directed by Cacau Amaral, Rodrigo Felha, Luciano Vidigal, Cadu Barcellos, Luciana Bezerra, Manaíra Carneiro, Wagner Novais

    Premiere Brazil! 2012

    July 12–24, 2012


  26. <i>Invisible.</i> 2011. Israel/Germany. Directed by Michal Aviad

    MoMA Presents: Michal Aviad’s Invisible

    July 9–15, 2012


  27. <i>Columbus on Trial.</i> 1993. USA. Directed by Lourdes Portillo

    Lourdes Portillo: La Cineasta Inquisitiva

    June 22–30, 2012


  28. <i>Men on the Bridge.</i> 2009. Turkey/Germany/The Netherlands. Directed by Asli Ozge

    MoMA Presents: Asli Ozge’s Men on the Bridge

    June 20–25, 2012


  29. <i>El Velador/The Night Watchman.</i> 2011. Mexico/USA. Directed by Natalia Almada

    MoMA Presents: Natalia Almada’s El Velador/The Night Watchman

    June 14–20, 2012


  30. <i>Der Rosenkönig (The Rose King)</i>. 1986. West Germany/Portugal. Directed by Werner Schroeter. Image courtesy Filmmuseum München

    Werner Schroeter

    May 11–June 11, 2012


  31. <i>Midaq Alley.</i> 1995. Mexico. Directed by Jorge Fons. Courtesy Alameda Films

    Mahfouz at the Movies

    May 10–21, 2012


  32. <i>The Pianist.</i> 2002. France/Poland/Germany/Great Britain. Directed by Roman Polanski

    Focus Features: 10th Anniversary Salute

    May 3–20, 2012


  33. <i>Night Cries: A Rural Tragedy.</i> 1989. Australia. Directed by Tracy Moffatt

    Tracey Moffatt

    May 4–13, 2012


  34. <i>A Slide Show and Talk by Diane Arbus.</i> Compiled and edited by Neil Selkirk, Doon Arbus, and Adam Shott

    Literature and the Moving Image

    May 3–5, 2012


  35. <i>Lollipop Monster.</i> 2010. Germany. Directed by Ziska Riemann

    Kino! 2012: New Films from Germany

    April 25–May 2, 2012


  36. <i>Mother.</i> 1926. USSR. Directed by Vsevolod Pudovkin

    Mezhrabpom: The Red Dream Factory

    April 11–28, 2012


  37. <i>The Right Stuff.</i> 1983. USA. Directed by Philip Kaufman

    Filmmaker in Focus: Philip Kaufman

    April 11–16, 2012


  38. <i>Meshes of the Afternoon.</i> 1943. USA. Directed by Maya Deren, Alexander Hammid

    Carte Blanche: Cindy Sherman

    April 2–10, 2012


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    New Directors/New Films 2012

    March 21–April 1, 2012


  40. <i>Onésime horlogemaker.</i> 1912. France. Directed by Jean Durand

    Cruel and Unusual Comedy, Part 3: Selections from the Eye Film Institute, The Netherlands

    March 15–28, 2012


  41. <i>Starbuck.</i> 2011. Canada. Directed by Ken Scott

    Canadian Front 2012

    March 14–19, 2012


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

    Cruel and Unusual Comedy Reprised

    March 1–16, 2012


  43. <i>Last Stop Paradise.</i> 1998. Romania. Directed by Lucian Pintilie

    Lucian Pintilie

    March 1–12, 2012


  44. <i>Return.</i> 2011. USA. Directed by Liza Johnson

    MoMA Presents: Liza Johnson's Return

    February 24–March 1, 2012


  45. <i>Without Gorky.</i> 2011. Great Britain. Directed by Cosima Spender. Image courtesy of Cosima Spender

    Documentary Fortnight 2012: MoMA's International Festival of Nonfiction Film and Media

    February 16–28, 2012


  46. <i>The Story of Film</i>. 2011. Great Britain. Directed by Mark Cousins

    The Story of Film: An Odyssey

    February 1–16, 2012


  47. <i>Woodstock.</i> 1970. USA. Directed by Michael Wadleigh

    Oscar's Docs, 1950–87: Creative Expression

    February 1–13, 2012


  48. <i>The Prize.</i> 2011. Argentina/Mexico. Written and directed by Paula Markovitch

    Global Lens, 2012

    January 12–28, 2012


  49. <i>Shree 420.</i> 1955. India. Directed by Raj Kapoor. Image courtesy of Indian International Film Academy

    Raj Kapoor and the Golden Age of Indian Cinema

    January 6–16, 2012