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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.

NYC Gaymers at MoMI

To kick off Pride, MoMI welcomes NYC Gaymers for their 2nd annual Gaymer Pride, celebrating all aspects of gaming within the LGBTQIA+ community.

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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.

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Defending Your Life

Albert Brooks’s captivating romantic comedy about the afterlife, screening 6/1 and 6/2, is a perfect showcase for the inimitable writer-director-star's mix of caustic social observation and emotional warmth. 

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Joe Versus the Volcano

After winning the Oscar for writing Moonstruck, Shanley got the greenlight for his ambitious, surreal comedy about a hypochondriac workaday schlub (Tom Hanks) who finds out he has a fatal “brain cloud” and dumps his soul-sucking office job to embark on a final adventure.

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The Big Lebowski

The Coen brothers’ funniest film is a scene-to-scene blast, expertly folding an endless array of visual jokes and verbal gags into an absurdly convoluted plot that casts Jeff Bridges's unemployed, eternally stoned Los Angeles bowling bum Jeff “The Dude” Lebowski as a loser Philip Marlowe.

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Joe Versus the Volcano

After winning the Oscar for writing Moonstruck, Shanley got the greenlight for his ambitious, surreal comedy about a hypochondriac workaday schlub (Tom Hanks) who finds out he has a fatal “brain cloud” and dumps his soul-sucking office job to embark on a final adventure.

Introducing the Industry with IATSE

IATSE is the union behind entertainment, with over 170,000 members working in television, motion pictures, theater, and beyond. At this FREE EVENT on 6/2, meet the people who make the magic of the moving image possible, and discover how they got their start in the industry. 

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Defending Your Life

Albert Brooks’s captivating romantic comedy about the afterlife, screening 6/1 and 6/2, is a perfect showcase for the inimitable writer-director-star's mix of caustic social observation and emotional warmth. 

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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.