This video exhibition presents films produced for scientific education and entertainment between 1904 and 1936, an era when cinema was still a novel tool for manipulating time and scale to show what was imperceptible to the naked eye.
The Museum is collaborating with creative technology studio Scatter on this project, which reimagines oral storytelling as a virtual, 3D experience and presents new possibilities for the future of the moving image.
This major new exhibition addresses the origins, production, fandom, and impact of The Walking Dead, one of the most watched shows in the history of cable television. Presented with support from AMC Networks.
Best Documentary winner at Cannes, this debut film by Payal Kapadia deftly merges reality with fiction, weaving together archival footage and student protest videos to create a vital tapestry of the personal and the political—screens July 29 and 31.
Featuring a post-screening discussion with director Nadia Tass, co-presented with New York Women in Film & Television Dir. Nadia Tass. 1990, 99 mins. 35mm. With Ben Mendelsohn, Claudia Karvan, Steve Bisley, Damon Herriman. Teenager Danny ...
Taking advantage of Batman’s increased popularity, director René Cardona, known later for his luchador adventures, aimed to showcase the talents of actress Maura Monti by splicing elements of “Batmania” with Mexico’s popular lucha libre style. New restoration!
July 24: Redstone Theater July 31: Bartos Screening Room Dir. Essie Coffey. 1978, 51 mins. DCP. The first Australian film directed by an Indigenous woman, this documentary depicts the dispossession of the Aboriginal people of ...