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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 ...

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The Rescuers

Among the most charming and vividly realized animated features of Disney’s post–Golden Age, this hit adaptation of a series of books by Margery Sharp follows the adventures of the Rescue Aid Society, a group of mice helping international victims in peril.

The Misfits

John Huston’s psychologically rich, exquisitely shot and acted neo-western, featuring a screenplay by Arthur Miller, based on his own short story, gave Marilyn Monroe one of her finest dramatic roles.

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Nitrate Kisses

Experimental filmmaker Barbara Hammer spent her career charting unknown pathways by inventing a language of cinematic lesbianism, not least of all with this exceptional 1992 work of nonfiction.

Ace in the Hole

Billy Wilder’s acid satire of the American media is a joltingly grim drama about a former big-city newspaper reporter named Chuck Tatum (a ferocious Kirk Douglas) who wields his lack of ethics with cynical glee.

O Fantasma

Portuguese filmmaker João Pedro Rodrigues dives deep into social and erotic alienation, and finds in queerness an embrace of our most feral human impulses.

Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore

With its singular mix of Hollywood melodrama and ragged seventies authenticity, this film remains a crucial film to understanding the complexity and diversity of Scorsese’s filmography.

A Streetcar Named Desire

Full of iconic moments that pointed toward a new kind of cinema of the 1950s, Elia Kazan’s film is the ultimate cinematic representative of the Actors Studio period in movie.

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The Rescuers

Among the most charming and vividly realized animated features of Disney’s post–Golden Age, this hit adaptation of a series of books by Margery Sharp follows the adventures of the Rescue Aid Society, a group of mice helping international victims in peril.

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Rope

Contemporary critics may have all but ignored what was going on between Hitchcock's Leopold and Loeb–like killers in favor of fixating on its form—a movie told in real time through extended shots and invisible cuts—modern audiences can revel in the simmering erotic tension between Granger and Dall.

What If

In the first feature by Christopher Papakaliatis, creator and star of the hit series Maestro in Blue, a seemingly confirmed bachelor living in Athens takes his dog out for a walk and meets the woman who will change his life forever. What if he had stayed home?

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Blow Out

John Travolta gives one of his strongest performances as a movie sound man in Brian De Palma’s masterful and ambitious variation on Michelangelo Antonioni’s Blow Up.

Moving Image Awards

The Moving Image Awards honors the most renowned and acclaimed actors and artists of our time. This June 6, MoMI is thrilled to celebrate legendary actor Michael J. Fox with a Lifetime Achievement Award and John Wilson for Innovative Series.