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EXHIBITIONS & FILM


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  1. <i>Key Largo.</i> 1948. USA. Directed by John Huston

    Collaborations in the Collection

    December 1, 2007–June 7, 2010


  2. <i>Workers Leaving the Factory (after Lumière).</i> 2004. USA. Directed by Ernie Gehr

    Ernie Gehr: Moving Image Minimalist

    September 17, 2007–March 9, 2008


  3. <i>Love Conquers All.</i> 2006. Malaysia. Directed by Tan Chui Mui

    Asian Cinevisions 2007

    January 12, 2007–January 12, 2008


  4. Joan Blondell

    Joan Blondell: The Bombshell from Ninety-first Street

    December 19, 2007–January 1, 2008


  5. <i>Bitter Rice.</i> 1949. Italy. Directed by Giuseppe De Santis

    Giuseppe De Santis

    December 13–30, 2007


  6. British Television Advertising Awards 2007: Award-Winning British Commercials

    December 8–13, 2007


  7. <i>Bud's Recruit.</i> 1918. USA. Directed by King Vidor

    Treasures III: Social Issues in American Film

    December 2–8, 2007


  8. <i>A Christmas Carol</i> (lantern slide). 1884. Great Britain. David Francis Collection

    Magic Images: A Lantern Slide Holiday Entertainment

    November 30–December 1, 2007


  9. <i>The Immortal.</i> 2004. Nicaragua. Directed by Mercedes Moncada

    Iberoamérica: That's the Way We Are

    November 14–30, 2007


  10. <i>Off The Grid: Life on the Mesa.</i> 2007. USA. Directed by Jeremy and Randy Stulberg

    Best Film Not Playing at a Theater Near You, 2007

    November 16–19, 2007


  11. Léon Poirier's Verdun, Vision of History

    November 11–15, 2007


  12. <i>Prater.</i> 2007. Germany. Written, directed, and photographed by Ulrike Ottinger

    Kino! 2007, Featuring Kino! Berlin

    November 1–14, 2007


  13. <i>The Man Who Walked between the Towers.</i> 2005. USA

    Michael Sporn

    November 9–12, 2007


  14. <i>Welcome Mister Marshall!</i> 1952. Spain. Directed by Luis García Berlanga

    Spain (Un)Censored

    October 17–November 5, 2007


  15. <i>Night of the Living Dead</i>. 1968. USA. Directed by George Romero

    George A. Romero's Night of the Living Dead

    October 31, 2007


  16. Film on Film

    October 19–26, 2007


  17. David Strohmaier's Cinerama Adventure

    October 24, 2007


  18. <i>Slipstream.</i> 2007. USA. Written and directed by Anthony Hopkins

    Anthony Hopkins's Slipstream

    October 18, 2007


  19. <i>Time of the Wolf.</i> 2003. France/Austria/Germany.

    Michael Haneke

    October 3–15, 2007


  20. <i>La peinture cubiste.</i> 1981. France. Directed by Thierry Kuntzel, Philippe Grandrieux

    In Memoriam: Thierry Kuntzel (1948–2007)

    September 24–October 13, 2007


  21. New Acquisition: Apocalypse Now Redux

    October 7–8, 2007


  22. <i>The Silence before Bach.</i> 2007. Spain. Directed by Pere Portabella

    Pere Portabella

    September 26–October 6, 2007


  23. Lynn Hershman Leeson's Strange Culture

    October 1, 2007


  24. <i>Fargo.</i> 1996. USA. Directed by Joel Coen

    A Sense of Where You Are: Films from the Collection

    September 9–30, 2007


  25. MoMA Laffs

    July 1–September 23, 2007


  26. <i>The Bridge on the River Kwai.</i> 1957. Great Britain. Directed by David Lean

    Sessue Hayakawa: East and West, When the Twain Met

    September 5–16, 2007


  27. Richard Serra: Films

    June 20–September 3, 2007


  28. Films and Videos for Automatic Update

    July 7–September 2, 2007


  29. <i>An Orchid for the Tiger</i>. 1966. France. Directed by Claude Chabrol

    The Other Claude Chabrol

    August 17–27, 2007


  30. David Redmon and Ashley Sabin's Kamp Katrina

    August 23, 2007


  31. Jean Desmet's Cinema of Sensation and Sentiment

    July 2–August 13, 2007


  32. Rialto Pictures: Reviving Classic Cinema

    July 25–August 10, 2007


  33. <i>Antônia</i>. 2006. Brazil. Directed by Tata Amaral

    Premiere Brazil! 2007

    July 12–23, 2007


  34. John Wayne Centenary

    June 20–30, 2007


  35. Flaherty at MoMA: The Films of Mahamat Saleh Haroun

    June 22–30, 2007


  36. Szabolcs Hajdu's White Palms

    June 20–25, 2007


  37. The Art and Technique of the American Commercial: The AICP Show at MoMA, 2007

    June 22–24, 2007


  38. Nina Menkes's Phantom Love

    June 21, 2007


  39. To Save and Project: The Fifth MoMA International Festival of Film Preservation

    June 1–18, 2007


  40. <i>The Chelsea Girls</i>. 1966. USA. Directed by Andy Warhol

    Andy Warhol's The Chelsea Girls

    June 2–9, 2007


  41. Outstanding Short Films from International Festivals, 2007

    June 6–8, 2007


  42. Allan King

    May 9–31, 2007


  43. Feedback: The Video Data Bank, Video Art, and Artist Interviews—Reprised

    May 17–31, 2007


  44. MediaScope 2007

    January 22–May 21, 2007


  45. Filmmakers at MacDowell: The Studio System Reconsidered

    May 2–16, 2007


  46. Karlovy Vary International Film Festival Discoveries: Four from "East of the West"

    May 4–7, 2007


  47. New Acquisitions: Robert Altman

    May 2–3, 2007


  48. India Now

    April 22–30, 2007


  49. Michael Arias's Tekkonkinkreet

    April 25–30, 2007


  50. Films from The Pervert's Guide to Cinema

    April 14–28, 2007


  51. Sophie Fiennes's The Pervert's Guide to Cinema

    April 18–23, 2007


  52. Fassbinder in the Collection

    April 2–22, 2007


  53. Berlin Alexanderplatz Restored!

    April 10–15, 2007


  54. Alain Resnais's Muriel, or The Time of Return

    April 6–12, 2007


  55. Binka: To Tell a Story about Silence

    April 4–7, 2007


  56. New Directors/New Films

    March 21–April 1, 2007


  57. Canadian Front 2007

    March 14–19, 2007


  58. Abbas Kiarostami: Image Maker

    March 1–19, 2007


  59. Rossellini Redux

    March 9–12, 2007


  60. Valie Export: Innovator

    March 3–5, 2007


  61. Documentary Fortnight Expanded: MoMA's Annual Festival of Nonfiction Film

    February 2–March 2, 2007


  62. <i>The Red Badge of Courage</i>. 1951. USA. Directed by John Huston

    Pictures in Print: Lillian Ross & the Movies

    February 23–28, 2007


  63. A View from the Vaults: Warner Bros., RKO Pictures, and First National Pictures, Inc.

    February 9–24, 2007


  64. Frank Beyer: In Memoriam

    February 9–22, 2007


  65. Seventy-ninth Academy-Nominated Documentary Shorts

    February 18, 2007


  66. Louis Malle's My Dinner with Andre and Gordon Parks's Shaft

    February 8, 2007


  67. Ennio Morricone

    February 1–7, 2007


  68. Feedback: The Video Data Bank, Video Art, and Artist Interviews

    January 25–31, 2007


  69. Global Lens, 2007

    January 17–28, 2007


  70. Eraserhead

    January 18–24, 2007


  71. Ocularis at 10

    January 20–22, 2007


  72. Gaumont Presents Joseph Losey's Don Giovanni

    January 15–20, 2007


  73. Sven Nykvist Remembered

    January 12–14, 2007