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  1. <i>Pina.</i> 2011. Germany/France/Great Britain. Directed by Wim Wenders

    The Contenders 2011

    November 8, 2011–January 30, 2012


  2. <i>The Tenth Victim.</i> 1965. Italy. Directed by Elio Petri

    Italian Treasures

    December 22, 2011–January 5, 2012


  3. MoMA Presents: A Bittersweet Christmas Treat

    December 28, 2011–January 2, 2012


  4. <i>La Prisonnière.</i> 1968. France. Written and directed by Henri-Georges Clouzot

    Henri-Georges Clouzot

    December 8–24, 2011


  5. <i>The Strange Case of Angelica.</i> 2010. Portugal/Spain/France/Brazil. Directed by Manoel de Oliveira

    Iberoamérican Images

    December 1–15, 2011


  6. <i>How to Make a Book with Steidl.</i> 2010. Germany. Directed by Gereon Wetzel, Jörg Adolph

    MoMA Presents: Gereon Wetzel and Jörg Adolph’s How to Make a Book with Steidl

    November 25–December 1, 2011


  7. <i>Untitled</i>. Jack Smith. 1982. Copyright Jack Smith Archive. Courtesy of Gladstone Gallery, New York.  Photograph by Uzi Parnes

    Jack Smith

    November 13–25, 2011


  8. <i>Hoop-La.</i> 1933. USA. Directed by Frank Lloyd. Image courtesy of The Museum of Modern Art Film Stills Archive

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

    October 14–November 25, 2011


  9. <i>Green</i>. 2011. USA. Directed by Sophia Takal. Pictured: Kate Lyn Sheil. Image courtesy of Sophia Takal

    Best Film Not Playing at a Theater Near You

    November 18–21, 2011


  10. <i>Tears of the Black Tiger.</i> 2000. Thailand. Written and directed by Wisit Sasanatieng

    In Focus: Fortissimo Films

    November 10–21, 2011


  11. <i>Bottoms Up.</i> 1934. USA. Directed by David Butler

    Carte Blanche: James Curtis on Spencer Tracy

    November 5–6, 2011


  12. <i>Stars in Broad Daylight.</i> 1988. Syria. Directed by Oussama Mohammad

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

    October 5–23, 2011


  13. Gaumont Presents: Jean Renoir’s French Cancan

    October 17, 2011


  14. MoMA Presents: Richard Kaplan’s Varian and Putzi: A 20th Century Tale

    October 8–14, 2011


  15. <i>Attack the Block.</i> 2011. Great Britain/France. Directed by Joe Cornish

    MoMA Presents: Joe Cornish's Attack the Block

    October 13, 2011


  16. <i>The Nine Muses.</i> 2011. Great Britain. Directed by John Akomfrah

    MoMA Presents: John Akomfrah’s The Nine Muses

    October 6–12, 2011


  17. A Tribute to Don Krim

    October 3, 2011


  18. <i>Rolling Home with a Bull.</i> 2010. South Korea. Directed by Im Soon-rye

    Yeonghwa: Korean Film Today, 2011

    September 22–October 2, 2011


  19. <i>Rosemary's Baby.</i> 1968. USA. Directed by Roman Polanski. Image courtesy of Photofest

    Roman Polanski

    September 7–30, 2011


  20. <i>Through the Weeping Glass: On the Consolations of Life Everlasting (Limbos & Afterbreezes in the Mütter Museum).</i> 2011. USA. Directed by the Quay Brothers

    MoMA Premiere: Through the Weeping Glass: An Evening with the Quay Brothers

    September 24, 2011


  21. <i>Position Among the Stars.</i> 2010. The Netherlands. Directed by Leonard Retel Helmrich

    ContemporAsian Special Edition: Leonard Retel Helmrich’s Indonesia Trilogy

    September 15–21, 2011


  22. <i>The Little Fugitive.</i> 1953. USA. Written and directed by Ray Ashley, Morris Engel, Ruth Orkin

    Hot and Humid: Summer Films from the Archives

    August 1–September 7, 2011


  23. <i>Babette's Feast.</i> 1986. Denmark. Directed by Gabriel Axel

    Carte Blanche: Dieter Kosslick, the Culinary Cineaste

    August 22–30, 2011


  24. <i>The Hurt Locker.</i> 2008. USA. Directed by Kathryn Bigelow

    Crafting Genre: Kathryn Bigelow

    June 1–August 13, 2011


  25. <i>The Mouth of the Wolf.</i> 2009. Italy. Directed by Pietro Marcello

    MoMA Presents: Pietro Marcello’s The Mouth of the Wolf

    August 4–10, 2011


  26. <i>The Optimists.</i> 2006. Serbia and Montenegro/Spain/Switzerland. Directed by Goran Paskaljevic

    MoMA Presents: Goran Paskaljevic's The Optimists

    July 28–August 3, 2011


  27. <i>Craft.</i> 2010. Directed by Gustavo Pizzi

    Premiere Brazil! 2011

    July 14–27, 2011


  28. <i>AFFECTED AND/OR EFFECTED.</i> 1974. USA. Directed by Lawrence Weiner

    Lawrence Weiner and Kathryn Bigelow: Films and Videos

    July 15–23, 2011


  29. <i>The Future.</i> 2011. USA. Directed by Miranda July. Photo Courtesy of Roadside Attractions

    MoMA Premiere: Miranda July’s The Future

    July 13, 2011


  30. <i>In Heaven There Is No Beer?</i> 1984/2005. USA. Directed by Les Blank

    Les Blank: Ultimate Insider

    June 24–July 11, 2011


  31. <i>Toy Story 2.</i> 1999. USA. Directed by John Lasseter

    Pixar Revisited

    June 25–July 9, 2011


  32. <i>Polytechnique.</i> 2009. Canada. Directed by Denis Villeneuve

    MoMA Presents: Denis Villeneuve’s Polytechnique

    June 29–July 5, 2011


  33. <i>Che.</i> 2008. Spain/France. Directed by Steven Soderbergh

    In Focus: IFC Films

    June 15–24, 2011


  34. <i>David Holzman’s Diary.</i> 1967. USA. Directed by Jim McBride

    MoMA Presents: David Holzman's Diary

    June 15–20, 2011


  35. <i>Made in Hollywood.</i> 1990. USA. Directed by Bruce Yonemoto, Norman Yonemoto

    Drama Queens: The Soap Opera in Experimental and Independent Cinema

    June 4–19, 2011


  36. <i>Salla: Selling the Silence.</i> 2011. Finland. Directed by Markku Tuurna

    MoMA Presents: DocPoint

    June 8–13, 2011


  37. The Art and Technique of the American Commercial: The AICP Show at MoMA, 2011

    June 11–12, 2011


  38. Ukrainian poster for <i>Enthusiasm: Symphony of the Donbass.</i> 1930 (poster 1931). USSR. Directed by Dziga Vertov

    Dziga Vertov

    April 15–June 4, 2011


  39. <i>Darby O’Gill and the Little People.</i> 1959. Ireland/USA. Directed by Robert Stevenson

    Revisiting The Quiet Man: Ireland on Film

    May 20–June 3, 2011


  40. <i>A Dry White Season.</i> 1989. USA. Directed by Euzhan Palcy

    Filmmaker in Focus: Euzhan Palcy

    May 18–30, 2011


  41. <i>Love for Sale/Suely in the Sky.</i> 2006. Brazil. Directed by Karim Aïnouz

    In Focus: Cinema Tropical

    May 4–16, 2011


  42. <i>The Bed.</i> 1968. USA. Directed by James Broughton

    Radical Light: Alternative Film and Video in the San Francisco Bay Area

    May 8–9, 2011


  43. <i>The Day I Was Not Born.</i> 2010. Germany. Directed by Florian Cossen

    Kino! 2011: New Films from Germany

    April 27–May 2, 2011


  44. Charles Burnett on the set of <i>The Glass Shield.</i> 1994. USA. Written and directed by Charles Burnett

    Charles Burnett: The Power to Endure

    April 6–25, 2011


  45. <i>The Red Desert.</i> 1964. Italy/France. Directed by Michelangelo Antonioni

    Abstract Expressionism and Film

    February 13–April 23, 2011


  46. MoMA Premiere: New Skin for the Old Ceremony

    April 14, 2011


  47. <i>Samson and Delilah.</i> 2009. Australia. Directed by Warwick Thornton

    Adelaide Produces

    April 7–13, 2011


  48. <i>Instrument.</i> 1999. USA. Directed by Jem Cohen

    Looking at Music 3.0

    March 2–April 4, 2011


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    New Directors/New Films 2011

    March 23–April 3, 2011


  50. <i>Score: A Hockey Musical.</i> 2010. Canada. Directed by Michael McGowan

    Canadian Front 2011

    March 16–21, 2011


  51. <i>The Gold Room.</i> 2007. Germany. Directed by Christophe Chemin

    Queer Cinema from the Collection: Today and Yesterday

    March 11–17, 2011


  52. <i>Foreign Parts.</i> 2010. USA. Directed by Véréna Paravel, J. P. Sniadecki

    MoMA Presents: Véréna Paravel and J. P. Sniadecki’s Foreign Parts

    March 10–16, 2011


  53. <i>¡Women Art Revolution: A Secret History</i> (shown: Carolee Schneemann performs <i>Interior Scroll</i>). 2010. USA. Directed by Lynn Hershman Leeson

    MoMA Premiere: Lynn Hershman Leeson’s !Women Art Revolution: A Secret History

    March 3, 2011


  54. <i>Tape.</i> 2010. China. Directed by Li Ning. Image courtesy of filmmaker

    Documentary Fortnight 2011: MoMA’s International Festival of Nonfiction Film and Media

    February 16–28, 2011


  55. <i>A Look at Liv.</i> 1977. USA. Directed by Richard Kaplan

    Richard Kaplan: Wayfarer and Truth-Teller

    February 7–14, 2011


  56. <i>Bloodbath.</i> 2011. USA. Directed by Cecil B. Feeder

    “All the Wrong Art”: Juxtapoz Magazine on Film

    February 7–14, 2011


  57. <i>Hearts and Minds.</i> 1974. USA. Directed by Peter Davis

    Oscar’s Docs, 1964–85: The Front Lines at Home and Abroad

    February 3–7, 2011


  58. <i>Gertie the Dinosaur.</i> 1914. USA. Directed by Winsor McCay. Preserved with funding from Celeste Bartos

    On Line: Drawing and Film

    January 12–February 6, 2011


  59. <i>Family Life.</i> 1971. Poland. Directed by Krzysztof Zanussi

    Krzysztof Zanussi Revisited

    January 29–February 3, 2011


  60. <i>Dooman River.</i> 2009. China. Directed by Zhang Lu

    Global Lens 2011

    January 13–28, 2011