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  1. <i>The Little Bus Stop (Scaffolding, 2007–2009).</i> 2012. Germany. Directed by Isa Genzken and Kai Althoff

    Isa Genzken: Retrospective

    November 18, 2013–March 9, 2014


  2. <i>Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street.</i> 2007. USA/Great Britain. Directed by Tim Burton

    Dante Ferretti: Designing for the Big Screen

    September 25, 2013–February 9, 2014


  3. <i> Leviathan</i>. 2012. France/Great Britain/USA. Directed by Lucien Castaing-Taylor, Verena Paravel

    The Contenders 2013

    November 4, 2013–January 16, 2014


  4. <i>The Late Mathias Pascal.</i> 1924. France. Directed by Marcel L’Herbier

    Films Albatros

    December 18–31, 2013


  5. <i>Pink Flamingos.</i> 1972. USA. Directed by John Waters.

    Our Town: Baltimore

    December 12–24, 2013


  6. Mike Kelley. <i>The Mobile Homestead in front of the abandoned Detroit Central Train Station</i>. 2010. © Mike Kelley Estate, courtesy Mike Kelley Foundation for the Arts. Photograph by Corine Vermuelen

    MoMA Presents: Mike Kelley's Mobile Homestead

    December 10–17, 2013


  7. <i>How Strange to Be Named Federico!</i> 2013. Italy. Directed by Ettore Scola

    MoMA Premiere: How Strange to Be Named Federico!

    December 8–10, 2013


  8. <i>¡RELEASED! Highlights from The Human Rights Concerts.</i> 2013. USA. Produced by Martin Lewis.

    MoMA Premiere: ¡RELEASED! Highlights from the Human Rights Concerts

    December 10, 2013


  9. <em>Barbara.</em> 2012. Germany. Directed by Christian Petzold
Christian Schulz. © Schramm Film. Courtesy Schramm Film

    The Berlin School: Films from the Berliner Schule

    November 20–December 6, 2013


  10. <i>It Felt Like Love.</i> 2013. USA. Directed by Eliza Hittman

    Best Film Not Playing at a Theater Near You

    November 15–18, 2013


  11. <i>I Am Suzanne!</i> 1933. USA. Directed by Rowland V. Lee. Courtesy Fox Film Corporation/Photofest

    To Save and Project: The 11th MoMA International Festival of Film Preservation

    October 9–November 12, 2013


  12. <i>Eight Deadly Shots</i>. 1972. Finland. Directed by Mikko Niskanen. Image courtesy The Finnish Film Foundation and YLE

    Mikko Niskanen's Eight Deadly Shots and Peter Von Bagh's The Story of Mikko Niskanen

    October 15–22, 2013


  13. <i>1 Berlin-Harlem</i>. 1974. West Germany. Directed by Lothar Lambert

    Dirty Looks at MoMA: Mining the Collection

    July 8–October 20, 2013


  14. <i>Réquiem NN.</i> 2013. Colombia. Directed by Juan Manuel Echavarría. Print courtesy of Lulofilms

    MoMA Presents: Juan Manuel Echavarría's Réquiem NN

    October 8–14, 2013


  15. <i>The Dead Man and Being Happy.</i> 2012. Spain/Argentina/France. Directed by Javier Rebollo

    MoMA Presents: Javier Rebollo's The Dead Man and Being Happy

    October 1–7, 2013


  16. <i>The Garden of the Finzi-Continis</i>. 1970. Italy. Directed by Vittorio De Sica

    Edmund de Waal Presents Vittorio De Sica's The Garden of the Finzi-Continis

    October 4, 2013


  17. <i>Police.</i> 1985. France. Directed by Maurice Pialat

    Gaumont Presents: Maurice Pialat’s Police

    September 30, 2013


  18. <i>Junk.</i> 1999. USA. Directed by Roddy Bogawa

    Roddy Bogawa: If Films Could Smell

    September 18–23, 2013


  19. <i>Feed ‘Em and Weep.</i> 1928. USA. Directed by Fred Guiol. A Hal Roach Production

    Lame Brains and Lunatics: Cruel and Unusual Comedy, Part 4

    September 11–17, 2013


  20. <i>Witness for the Prosecution</i>. 1957. USA. Directed by Billy Wilder

    An Auteurist History of Film Reprise

    September 1–17, 2013


  21. <i>The Student.</i> 2011. Argentina. Written and directed by Santiago Mitre

    MoMA Presents: Santiago Mitre’s The Student

    August 22–28, 2013


  22. <i>Old Cats.</i> 2010. Chile. Directed by Sebastián Silva, Pedro Peirano

    MoMA Presents: Sebastián Silva and Pedro Peirano’s Old Cats

    August 20–26, 2013


  23. <i>Until the Light Takes Us.</i> 2009. USA. Directed by Aaron Aites, Audrey Ewell

    Soundings: A Contemporary Score, the Film Program

    August 14–19, 2013


  24. <i>Where the Wild Things Are</i>. 2009. USA. Directed by Spike Jonze

    A View from the Vaults: Warner Bros. Today

    July 9–August 14, 2013


  25. <i>Jajouka, Something Good Comes to You.</i> 2012. Morocco/France. Directed by Eric Hurtado, Marc Hurtado (Etant Donnés). Courtesy Atopic

    MoMA Presents: Etant Donnés’s Jajouka, Something Good Comes to You

    August 6–12, 2013


  26. <i>Les Coquillettes.</i> 2012. France. Directed by Sophie Letourneur

    MoMA Presents: Sophie Letourneur's Les Coquillettes

    July 17–23, 2013


  27. <i>While Paris Sleeps.</i> 1932. USA. Directed by Allan Dwan

    Allan Dwan and the Rise and Decline of the Hollywood Studios

    June 5–July 8, 2013


  28. <i>O’er the Land.</i> 2009. USA. Directed by Deborah Stratman. Photo courtesy the artist

    Deborah Stratman: The Thing Unnamed

    June 21–30, 2013


  29. <i>Greenberg.</i> 2010. USA. Directed by Noah Baumbach. Image courtesy Photofest

    Harris Savides: Visual Poet

    June 5–21, 2013


  30. <i>A Damsel in Distress.</i> 1937. USA. Directed by George Stevens

    In Memoriam: Celeste Bartos (1913–2013)

    May 20–June 4, 2013


  31. <i>Shang fang (Petition)</i>. 2009. China. Directed by Zhao Liang

    Chinese Realities/Documentary Visions

    May 8–June 1, 2013


  32. <i>Het mysterie van de Mondscheinsonate.</i> 1935. The Netherlands. Directed by Kurt Gerron

    The Weimar Touch

    April 3–May 6, 2013


  33. Ken Jacobs during a Nervous System Performance. Image courtesy The Museum of Modern Art

    Carte Blanche: Ken Jacobs

    May 2–5, 2013


  34. <i>Freier Fall (Free Fall)</i>. 2013. Germany. Directed by Stephan Lacant

    Kino! 2013: New Films from Germany

    April 18–24, 2013


  35. <i>Winter’s Bone.</i> 2010. USA. Directed by Debra Granik. Image courtesy of Photofest

    Carte Blanche: Scott Macaulay and 20 Years of Filmmaker Magazine

    April 4–15, 2013


  36. <i>New Directors/New Films 2013</i>

    New Directors/New Films 2013

    March 20–31, 2013


  37. <i>Laurence Anyways</i>. 2012. Canada. Directed by Xavier Dolan

    Canadian Front 2013

    March 13–18, 2013


  38. <i>Mafrouza/Heart.</i> 2007. France. Directed by Emmanuelle Demoris

    Emmanuelle Demoris’s Mafrouza Cycle

    March 6–11, 2013


  39. <i>Right On!</i> 1970. USA. Directed by Herbert Danska

    MoMA Presents: Herbert Danska's Right On!

    March 6–11, 2013


  40. <i>Far from Afghanistan.</i> 2012. USA. Directed by John Gianvito, Travis Wilkerson, Jon Jost, Minda Martin, Soon-Mi Yoo

    Documentary Fortnight 2013: MoMA’s International Festival of Nonfiction Film and Media

    February 15–March 4, 2013


  41. <i>Porfirio.</i> 2011. Colombia. Directed by Alejandro Landes

    MoMA Presents: Alejandro Landes's Porfirio

    February 8–14, 2013


  42. <i>Marjoe.</i> 1972. USA. Directed by Sarah Kernochan, Howard Smith. Image courtesy of the Academy Film Archive

    Oscar’s Docs, 1955–2002: American Stories

    February 2–14, 2013


  43. <i>San Diego Surf.</i> 1968/1996. Directed by Andy Warhol. © 2012 The Andy Warhol Museum, Pittsburgh, PA, a museum of Carnegie Institute. All rights reserved

    MoMA Presents: Andy Warhol’s San Diego Surf

    January 23–28, 2013


  44. <i>Cairo 678.</i> 2010. Egypt. Directed by Mohamed Diab

    Global Lens 2013

    January 10–26, 2013