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Access Mornings at MoMI

Offered the first Saturday of each month (June 2023–May 2024), free Access Mornings at MoMI are dedicated to families with children on the autism spectrum and give families an exclusive opportunity to explore exhibitions and ...

Puppetry on Screen: Marvels of Media Workshop

Instructed by puppeteer Brian Carson, this media workshop focuses on the making of a short video (from 30 seconds to one minute) that involves puppet characters talking or resolving a problem.



See Todd Haynes's Sundance-awarded breakthrough on 12/2, followed by a Q&A with Haynes and introduced by the co-founders and co-presidents of Zeitgeist Films.



This film has stood the test of time, and it is now regarded not only as one of Altman’s neglected gems but also as one of Robin Williams’s most brilliant screen performances. 

May December—with Todd Haynes in Person

See Todd Haynes’s brilliant latest film, a tricky and gripping dark comic creation starring Natalie Portman and Julianne Moore, with Haynes in person on 12/2! Tickets free for MoMI members.

Against the Tide

A lyrical and beautifully observed portrait of a friendship tested by the strains of the modern world, Against the Tide depicts the struggles of Bombay fishermen Rakesh and Ganesh, inheritors of the great Koli knowledge system. With director Sarvnik Kaur in person on 12/2.



Haynes's will appear in person on 12/2 to introduce his visionary psychological horror story, which would ultimately be named the best film of the 1990s in a Village Voice critics poll and remains for many the defining film of his career.