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EXHIBITIONS & FILM


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  1. <i>The Vanquishing of the Witch Baba Yaga</i>. 2014. USA/Russia/Ukraine/Poland. Directed by Jessica Oreck. Courtesy Myriapod Productions

    MoMA Presents: Jessica Oreck’s The Vanquishing of the Witch Baba Yaga

    October 15–21, 2014


  2. Iris Barry with projectionist Artie Steiger

    Iris Barry, MoMA’s Lady in the Dark: A Presentation by Robert Sitton

    October 10, 2014


  3. <i>Silence of the Sea</i>. 1949. France. Directed by Jean-Pierre Melville. Courtesy Gaumont

    Gaumont Presents: Jean-Pierre Melville's Silence of the Sea

    September 29–October 3, 2014


  4. <em>Dust</em>. 2007. Germany/Switzerland. Directed by Hartmut Bitomsky. Courtesy Icarus Films

    Carte Blanche: Christopher Williams

    July 23–September 23, 2014


  5. <i>The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse</i>. 1921. USA. Directed by Rex Ingram

    The Great War: A Cinematic Legacy

    August 4–September 21, 2014


  6. <i>Once Upon a Time Veronica</i>. 2012. Brazil. Directed by Marcelo Gomes. Courtesy Big World Pictures

    MoMA Presents: Marcelo Gomes's Once Upon a Time Veronica

    September 8–14, 2014


  7. <i>Hat Check Girl</i>. 1932. USA. Directed by Sidney Lanfield

    MoMA Presents: Sidney Lanfield's Hat Check Girl

    September 1–7, 2014


  8. <em>A Fuller Life</em>. 2013. USA. Directed by Samantha Fuller

    MoMA Presents: A Fuller Life

    August 6–16, 2014


  9. <i>By Whose Hand?</i> 1932. USA. Directed by Ben Stoloff

    Lady in the Dark: Crime Films from Columbia Pictures, 1932–1957

    July 11–August 4, 2014


  10. <i>HO</i>. 1979. Brazil. Directed by Ivan Cardoso. Courtesy of the filmmaker. Photograph: Eduardo Viveiros de Castro

    On the Edge: Brazilian Film Experiments of the 1960s and Early 1970s

    May 10–July 24, 2014


  11. <i>Bran Nue Dae</i>. 2010. Australia. Directed by Rachel Perkins

    Carte Blanche: Sundance Institute’s Native American and Indigenous Program

    July 10–21, 2014


  12. <i>I’m the Same, I’m an Other</i>. 2013. Belgium/Netherlands/Hungary. Directed by Caroline Strubbe. Courtesy Minds Meet

    MoMA Presents: Lost Persons—Two Films by Caroline Strubbe

    July 2–8, 2014


  13. The Robert Flaherty Film Seminar at the Flaherty Farm in Vermont circa 1950s (Flaherty at MoMA: Turning the Inside Out, June 21 – 30, 2014). Courtesy the Flaherty Seminar.

    Flaherty at MoMA: Turning the Inside Out

    June 21–29, 2014


  14. <i>La cérémonie</i>. 1995. France. Directed by Claude Chabrol. © Jérémie Nassif, courtesy MK2

    Carte Blanche: MK2

    June 5–23, 2014


  15. <i>À bout de souffle (Breathless). </i>1960. France. Directed by Jean-Luc Godard

    An Auteurist History of Film Reprise, Part 2

    May 16–June 3, 2014


  16. <i>United Trash: The Slit</i>. 1995/96. Germany. Directed by Christoph Schlingensief

    Christoph Schlingensief

    March 15–May 29, 2014


  17. <i>The Mute</i>. 2013. Peru/Mexico. Written and directed by Daniel Vega Vidal, Diego Vega Vidal

    Iberoamérican Images: The State of the Art

    May 1–14, 2014


  18. <i>Fists in the Pocket.</i> 1965. Italy. Written and directed by Marco Bellocchio

    Marco Bellocchio: A Retrospective

    April 16–May 7, 2014


  19. <i>Waltzes from Vienna.</i> 1934. Great Britain. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

    Vienna Unveiled: A City in Cinema

    February 27–April 20, 2014


  20. Christof Kohlhöfer and Sigmar Polke. <i>Der ganze Körper fühlt sich leicht und möchte fliegen . . .  (The Whole Body Feels Light and Wants to Fly . . . )</i>. 1969. Still from 16mm film (black-and-white and color, sound), 33 min. Courtesy Christof Kohlhöfer.  Image © Christof Kohlhöfer; digital transfer by Dieter Schleicher

    Sigmar Polke: Films 1969–1995

    April 10–19, 2014


  21. <i>Broken Blossoms</i>. 1919. USA. Directed by D. W. Griffith

    The Aesthetics of Shadow, Part 2: Europe and America

    April 1–17, 2014


  22. 104523

    New Directors/New Films 2014

    March 19–30, 2014


  23. <i>Campaign 2.</i> 2013. Japan. Directed by Kazuhiro Soda. Courtesy of the filmmaker

    Documentary Fortnight 2014: MoMA’s International Festival of Nonfiction Film and Media

    February 14–28, 2014


  24. <i>Manila in the Claws of Light.</i> 1975. The Philippines. Directed by Lino Brocka

    MoMA Presents: Lino Brocka’s Manila in the Claws of Light

    February 6–12, 2014


  25. 
<i>Territories.</i> 1984. Great Britain. Directed by Isaac Julien. Courtesy Isaac Julien

    Critical Reverie: The Films of Isaac Julien

    February 7–11, 2014


  26. <i>Cabaret.</i> 1972. USA. Directed by Bob Fosse

    Roadshow: The Fall of Film Musicals in the 1960s

    February 1–7, 2014


  27. <i>Towheads</i>. 2013. USA. Directed by Shannon Plumb

    MoMA Presents: Shannon Plumb's Towheads

    January 23–29, 2014


  28. <i>When I Saw You.</i> 2012. Palestine/Jordan. Written and directed by Annemarie Jacir

    MoMA Presents: Annemarie Jacir’s When I Saw You

    January 15–22, 2014


  29. <i>Crossroads.</i> 1928. Japan. Directed by Teinosuke Kinugasa

    The Aesthetics of Shadow, Part 1: Japan

    January 7–19, 2014