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The extraordinary and tuneful 2022 Best Animated Feature Oscar winner plays at MoMI April 15–21!



A meditation of the fragility of time and beauty that served as a triumphant return to filmmaking for Alain Resnais.

Artist Talk & Rotoscoping Workshop

On April 16, media artist Carrie Hawks will give an artist talk followed by a hands-on animation workshop combining digital and analog filmmaking.


Jim Henson: Tele-Visionary

This chronological journey from Jim Henson’s first show to The Muppet Show features material you won’t see anywhere else. Hosted by Craig Shemin, President of The Jim Henson Legacy—April 16 and 22.


Murder on the Orient Express

Sidney Lumet's sumptuous, star-studded adaptation of Agatha Christie's classic detective novel takes full advantage of its interwar period setting, luxuriating in the evocation of Old World decadence in its waning years.

Force Majeure

Ruben Östlund’s Force Majeure is a perceptive, sardonic portrait of a husband and father’s response to a potentially devastating avalanche at a ski resort where he is vacationing with his family.

First Reformed

From writer-director Paul Schrader comes a gripping thriller about a crisis of faith that is at once personal, political, and planetary. Showing April 17 as part of Science on Screen: Extinction and Otherwise.

Marvels of Media Films

A selection of short films and excerpts from feature films that won awards at the inaugural Marvels of Media Awards


Filmed over three years, Democrats is a steadfast chronicle of the drafting of Zimbabwe’s first democratic constitution.


Into the Woods

Sondheim and writer James Lapine’s brilliant fractured fairy tale is given the grand-scale Disney treatment, yet miraculously without sacrificing its sophistication, cleverness, or melancholy.


More than six years after the premiere of her widely acclaimed Democrats, Camilla Nielsson returns to Zimbabwe, which is at the crossroads of a fair election.