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The Witches

A singular collaboration between vanguard filmmaker Nicolas Roeg and visionary artist Jim Henson, The Witches adapts one of Roald Dahl’s most frightful books for children with phantasmagoric gusto.


Ghosts of Mars

John Carpenter’s sci-fi horror western has grown in stature as a cult favorite since its release, and features Ice Cube in the kind of unapologetically tough but ultimately fair and kind-hearted role he was made for. 

Lewis Klahr Program 3

The films in this program explore the surreal, while reflecting on the intersection of personal identity and pop culture giving way to the complex landscapes of the human condition.


Inside Llewyn Davis 

The Coen brothers’ acerbic yet profoundly felt character study of a singer-songwriter (Oscar Isaac) will be introduced by critic Adam Nayman, author of The Coen Brothers: This Book Really Ties the Films Together, on 10/15.

Kokomo City + Alpha Kings

D. Smith's Sundance NEXT Innovator Award winner will be preceded by the short Alpha Kings with filmmakers Faye Tsakas and Enrique Pedráza-Botero in person


The Village 

M. Night Shyamalan's most conceptually complex, intricately patterned film, a Bush-era political allegory that evokes the literature of Hawthorne and Irving in its deeply American fears of the unknown, screens on 35mm 10/21 and 10/28.

MoMI Members Halloween

With spooky season in full swing, join MoMI for a members-only Halloween event on 10/21, featuring a performance by drag queen Avant Garbage, a DJ, refreshments provided by QNSY cocktails and local restaurants, a costume contest, themed gallery tours, trivia, and more.


Unfriended: Dark Web 

The best and scariest of the new "desktop horror" subgenre of films is Unfriended: Dark Web, in which a young man makes the very bad mistake of bringing home a discarded laptop from a coffee house

Halloween with The Muppet Show

As we approach Halloween, we've selected three season-appropriate episodes of The Muppet Show, featuring Alan Arkin, Twiggy, and Vincent Price.


We’re All Going to the World’s Fair 

Jane Schoenbrun appears in person Sunday, October 22, at 2:30 p.m. with her feature debut, which uses the textures and trappings of the horror genre to descend into a striking depiction of a particularly 21st-century loneliness.

I Woke Up with a Dream

A favorite at the Berlin Film Festival, the third feature by Argentine writer-director Pablo Solarz is an endearing personal coming-of-age tale of self-realization. 

Two by Safi Faye

A filmmaker of singular vision and ingenuity, Safi Faye fearlessly experimented with genre and form in order to honor the people from her home country of Senegal, particularly the working class and women from rural regions. See two of her films on 10/22.