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.
Co-presented by MoMI and Polish Cultural Institute New York, the documentary series runs exclusively online, streaming nationwide from December 9 to 16.
The latest iteration of the documentary series Room H.264, presented by the Museum of the Moving Image, considers the future of film and was made entirely in quarantine.
Little of the information presented in Envisioning 2001 will be new to Kubrick diehards, but it gathers artifacts that offer a thrill for anyone who has ever been affected by the movie.
Co-presented by Cinema Tropical and the Museum of the Moving Image (MoMI), Visions of Resistance presents narratives of resilience and uprising.
The comprehensive retrospective Moments of Grace at the Museum of the Moving Image demonstrates the director’s idiosyncratic techniques for depicting the cosmic.
Mister America, the new feature-length installment of Tim Heidecker and Gregg Turkington’s On Cinema universe, is a satirical masterpiece about the Trump era.
Originally presented at UCLA’s Film & Television Archive, a film series brings rare 16mm prints by the legendary filmmaker to the Museum of the Moving Image in New York.
Baikonur, Earth, a documentary premiering at the Panorama Europe Film Festival, surveys the facility that launched Sputnik.
At the Museum of the Moving Image’s First Look festival, audiences will get to see different sides of Sergei Loznitsa, who examines the past, the present, and where they intersect.