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Bad Press

In 2018, the Muscogee Nation, one of the only Native American tribes to have established its own free press, suffered a grievous setback to its civil liberties. This documentary will be followed by a discussion with director Joe Peeler.

A Henson Valentine

Join MoMI on 2/10 for a special Valentine-themed event celebrating the 50th anniversary of The Muppet Show predecessor "The Muppets Valentine Show," featuring Mia Farrow. With Craig Shemin, Karen Falk and Rollie Krewson in person.

About a Teacher

This intimate and inspiring drama candidly takes us through the first three years of Hanan Harchol’s journey as a new inner-city public high school film teacher. Followed by a moderated panel discussion featuring leaders in the public school education field.

Four Daughters

The 2024 Oscar nominee Four Daughters is a compelling portrait of five women and an ambitious work of nonfiction cinema that pushes against the conventional boundaries of the documentary form. Director Kaouther Ben Hania in person on 2/15.

Tech Kids Game Lab Takeover

Join us for an exciting new weekend installation of playable video games created by the Creative Tech interns of Tech Kids Unlimited. In our Game Lab, visitors are invited to play various video games about climate change created by autistic game designers from TKU and displayed on arcades.

Afrikan Poetry Theatre’s Black History Month Film Festival

Join us for MoMI community partner The Afrikan Poetry Theatre's annual film festival in honor of Black History Month. Featuring a selection of vibrant new films, including a 45-minute short film program with a discussion followed by a screening of the musical documentary Garland Jeffreys: The King of In Between.  Free with RSVP.