• For adults ages 65 and older

The screening is followed by a conversation with Anne Morra, Associate Curator, Department of Film.

This program is sold out. To be added to the wait list, please be in touch by phone or email.

The Life and Times of Hank Greenberg. 2000. Directed by Aviva Kempner. 90 min.

This humorous and nostalgic documentary examines how America’s first Jewish baseball star transcended religious prejudice during the Depression and World War II to become a national icon.

Prime Time is an initiative to engage older New Yorkers at MoMA and in the community. Each month we offer multiple programs that encourage older adults of diverse abilities and backgrounds to learn about modern and contemporary art.

MoMA invites you to join us in celebrating Older Americans Month!

Visitors ages 65 and over will enjoy free Museum admission on Monday, May 1, from 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Explore MoMA’s collection and special exhibitions, and join us for Gallery Sessions, drop-in art making activities, or a film screening.

Also, New York City residents ages 65 and over can get $25 off a new MoMA membership throughout the month of May.*

*From May 1 through 31, 2017, New York City residents ages 65 and over may receive a $25 discount off the regular price of a new MoMA membership at the Individual member level and above. Proof of age and New York City residency will be required. This offer is limited to memberships purchased on site at MoMA and does not extend to online or telephone purchases. This offer may not be combined with any other offer or discount and may not be applied to prior purchases.

For more information, please call Prime Time at (212) 333-1265, fill out our contact form, or e-mail primetime@moma.org.

This film is part of Prime Time.