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Open Worlds Opening Day

Join MoMI for the opening day festivities of Open Worlds. Following a ceremonial ribbon-cutting at 4:00 p.m, DJ Stretch Armstrong will kick off the party alongside an installation by artist Joshua Davis.


House on Haunted Hill

This fan favorite chiller from gimmick master William Castle, screening 5/17 and 5/19, stars horror icon Vincent Price in one of his most gleefully sinister performances. 

Live Code: Real-Time Visual Music Since the 1980s

Don’t miss this panel, part of Open Worlds opening weekend, featuring artists and subject experts who will share insights into the groundbreaking artwork, software, and events that have shaped live code practices. 

Notes of an Itinerant Performer

Largely due to its atypical period setting in the late Meiji era and its theme of female self-sacrifice, Shimizu’s film has drawn comparison to similar works by Kenji Mizoguchi.


A dodo, a bird extinct for the last 300 years, shows up at the villa of a financially troubled family on the eve of the daughter's advantageous wedding to a wealthy heir. 

Children of the Beehive

The most celebrated of Shimizu’s postwar films, screening 5/19, is a momentous work depicting the shattered state of reconstruction-era Japan.

Three Promises

In the early 2000s, Suha begins filming her daily life in Bethlehem as the Israeli army lays siege to the West Bank in retaliation over the second intifada.

Summer Blockbuster Movie Trivia

This Friday, bring your movie knowledge to MoMI! Movie Trivia NYC is back and leading an exciting trivia night dedicated to a Memorial Day weekend tradition: summer blockbuster season kick-off!


Mars Attacks!

On 5/24, Tim Burton's gleeful riff on 1950s sci-fi schlock, about an invasion of ray-gun-wielding Martians, kicks off our wide-ranging summer series See It Big at the '90s Multiplex.


The Right Stuff

Kaufman’s mammoth adaptation of Tom Wolfe’s bestseller about the selection and lift-off of NASA’s first astronauts, known as the Mercury Seven, is a singular Hollywood epic. Screens 5/18 and 5/25.


Princess Mononoke

Princess Mononoke is one of Hayao Miyazaki's most beloved films, a complex, often violent tale that pitted warring clans and creatures against each other in 14th-century Japan. Screening 5/26 and 6/1.


The Thin Red Line

Terrence Malick’s World War II epic marked not only a professional comeback after 20 years of silence but also a major turning point in the filmmaker’s art.