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Day of the Dead Celebration

Celebrate Day of the Dead at Museum of the Moving Image with a performance by a presentation of Aztec Mexica dance, poetry, music from indigenous dance troupe Yayauhki Tezcatlipoka, and a face-painting session inspired by historical characters from Día de Muertos.

The Devil’s Backbone

This year as part of MoMI’s Day of the Dead celebration on November 2, we present Oscar-winning Mexican filmmaker Guillermo del Toro's emotional and beautifully crafted horror film.

After Yang

When his young daughter’s technosapien companion, the android Yang, malfunctions, Jake (Colin Farrell) must come to terms with what this loss means for his family. This special screening on 11/2 will be followed by a conversation with producer Theresa Park and a technology expert about “intelligence” in AI. 


Batman: Mask of the Phantasm

Perhaps the most faithful transposition of the Batman character from comic book to film, this animated film from 1993 screens on 35mm 10/28, 10/29, and 11/3.


The Curious Case of Benjamin Button 

On 11/3 and 11/5, see David Fincher's elegiac, dark-toned mood piece about the intractable forward march of time, the indifference of history itself, and the strange experience of living within a constantly changing human body.

Hollow Tree

At a time of severe environmental crisis, three teenagers come together to face the climate reality in their home state of Louisiana. This special presentation on 11/3 will be followed by a discussion between director Kira Akerman and landscape architect Kate Orff (SCAPE), moderated by filmmaker Kirsten Johnson.


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 ...


Bringing Up Baby

On 11/4, 11/10, and 11/12, see Howard Hawks's unparalleled screwball classic featuring Katharine Hepburn (in her most truly madcap role) as a flighty heiress who, along with her leopard named “Baby,” reduces Cary Grant's paleontologist to a primitive state.


James and the Giant Peach

Producer Tim Burton and director Henry Selick employ both live action and stop-motion animation to realize Roald Dahl’s wondrous tale about a young orphan (Terry) who grows a magical, colossal iteration of the fuzzy fruit. Screens 11/4, 11/5, and 11/11.


Everyone Else

Maren Ade's microscopic look at a relationship in crisis, or perhaps one that might already have passed the point of no return.



This late ’70s hit saw Hollywood renegade Sam Peckinpah cash in on Carter-era America’s weird obsession with truckers and citizens band radio. Featuring Kris Kristofferson, Ali MacGraw, and Burt Young.


Toni Erdmann

In the hands of Maren Ade, one of the most profound and precisely observed films about the condition of contemporary globalized living was also the funniest.