“Margaret Salmon: On Motherhood and the Everyday” will take place on April 1 at 5pm.
From March 1 to 21, watch online screenings hosted by the Smithsonian American Art Museum and attend weekly conversations with the artists and museum curators.
Using sounds, textures, and multi-layered images, Almanza Pereda’s film is both subtle documentary and lyrical abstraction. Catch the premiere on Black Cube’s YouTube channel on February 26 at 7pm MST.
21st Century Japan: Films From 2001–2020 presents a wide-ranging selection of films celebrating the last two decades of Japanese cinema, streaming online February 5–25.
Part of the Smithsonian’s Viewfinder, a women’s film and video series, “Joan Jonas: The Inner Worlds of Video” will take place on February 4 at 5:30pm EST.
Stream the program January 13–26 for a rental fee of $8, with discounts available.
Viewfinder features free monthly screenings of rarely seen short films and videos, followed by conversations with artists, filmmakers, and Smithsonian curators.
The 50th-anniversary program featuring curated selections by The Museum of Modern Art will be available for free and on demand from December 14–20.
Co-presented by MoMI and Polish Cultural Institute New York, the documentary series runs exclusively online, streaming nationwide from December 9 to 16.
The award-winning film is available for streaming from November 25 through December 8, courtesy of Anthology Film Archives, the Polish Cultural Institute New York, and Outsider Pictures.
For Native American Heritage Month, the Native Cinema Showcase includes over 60 free online screenings representing 49 Native Nations in 12 different countries.
The online concert film series features music by Gustavo Dudamel, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and guest artists as well as poems, essays, and more.