The New York Arab Festival is concluding its second edition with a screening of nine short films at the Museum of the Moving Image.
A Common Sequence muses on the different ways that humans assess, categorize, understand, and often exploit the natural world.
Though not well known outside of Japan, Tsuchimoto honed an observational style of filmmaking similar to the cinema verité movement in the US and Europe, but years earlier.
Film programmer Inney Prakash talks to Hyperallergic about what it takes to start a new film festival solo during a pandemic.
The Museum of the Moving Image show Deepfake: Unstable Evidence on Screen tries to help visitors equip themselves to discern real images from fake ones.
Charlie Shackleton talks to Hyperallergic about his performance piece As Mine Exactly and the challenges of virtual reality filmmaking.
MoMI’s yearlong Science on Screen series opens February 13 with classic films Woman in the Dunes and The World, the Flesh, and the Devil presented in 35mm.
Infinite Duets delves into the work of TikTok creators and the collaborative process that lies at the core of the popular entertainment platform.
Jenkins’s new short film, the centerpiece of a MoMI exhibit on The Underground Railroad, uses his signature techniques to confront the viewer.
Returning to the Museum of Moving Image, this year’s First Look 20/21 is the largest in the festival’s history.
If you’re comfortable sitting in a theater again, See It Big: The Return! presents movies that deserve to be watched on a big screen.
The Museum of the Moving Image is hosting a retrospective of Sachs’s work, including the virtual cinema debut of her latest work, Film About a Father Who.