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Adam Sandler plays an astronaut who realizes that the marriage he left behind on Earth might not be waiting for him when he returns. Free screening, courtesy of Netflix. With director Johan Renck in person!

Members-only Oscars Trivia

Join Movie Trivia NYC at MoMI for an evening of Oscars trivia, featuring a guest round from Michael Koresky.


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 ...

Welcome to Ramadan

Join us for a community event from 1:00–5:00 p.m. on March 3, organized by Shireen Soliman and MoMI’s Neighborhood Council. Immerse yourself in the joyful spirit of Ramadan as we celebrate with a day of fun programming for all ages.

The Breadwinner

This Oscar-nominated film is based on Deborah Ellis’s novel about a young girl, Parvana, growing up under Taliban's Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan as the War on Terror begins. Followed by a panel discussion about representation of Muslims and Ramadan in film and media.


Opening Night

For First Look 2024 opening night on 3/13, see the Sundance-awarded drama in which a young man, orphaned by the Mexican drug cartels, grows up in the shadow of violence. Directed by Astrid Rondero and Fernanda Valadez, two of the finest filmmakers of their generation.

The Echo (El Eco)

Showcase Screening

Young women in the remote Mexican town of El Echo exude vivacious optimism while shouldering disproportionately gendered responsibilities of family, farm life, and town in this uncategorizable, absorbing cinematic experience from the director of Prayers for the Stolen.

Fiona Tan: Footsteps—Artist Reception

Join us for a reception with artist Fiona Tan to celebrate the opening of Footsteps, now on view in the Amphitheater Gallery. The reception will include a conversation between Tan and curator Sonia Epstein.


Showcase Screening

This rapturous, dazzlingly unconventional debut feature dives deep into the life, mind, and spirit of a twentysomething Dominican American woman finding her footing in South Brooklyn and dealing with a disrupted love affair with a Ukrainian boy who goes back to his home country at the outbreak of war.

Flying Lessons

The magnetic pull between artist and filmmaker yields something beguiling and precious, celebrating the fiery Philly even as she and the world she fought to protect are being actively extinguished.

Illuminations Program: Elsewhere/Here 

Playful, elusive, and tactile, these eclectic works are unified by their filmmakers’ attempts to orient themselves in a world of constant, turbulent flux.