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How To Marathon with John Wilson

On 7/20, MoMI and HBO present a special marathon screening of How To with John Wilson seasons one and two, plus a preview screening of the third and final season's first two episodes, followed by a panel discussion with John Wilson and the How To production team.

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Pee-wee’s Big Adventure

Serving up one delirious delight after another, Tim Burton’s film took everyone by pleasant surprise when it became a sleeper smash in summer ’85.

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Body Heat

Kasdan’s reimagining of Double Indemnity is the stickiest, sweatiest, and sexiest neo-noir ever made

Users

Users, playing 7/21, is work of both bracing intimacy and staggering cinematic ambition, a wide-ranging inquiry into how technology is increasingly driving all aspects of our society.

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La Bamba

One of the best things to emerge from 1980s Hollywood’s obsession with the 1950s, La Bamba was a rare big studio release that told the story of a Mexican American that was actually written and directed by a Mexican American.

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Joyland

The debut feature from writer-director Sadiq, screening 7/14–7/23, explores the many sides of love and desire in a patriarchal society.

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Body Heat

Kasdan’s reimagining of Double Indemnity is the stickiest, sweatiest, and sexiest neo-noir ever made

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Chocolat

Claire Denis’s first feature is a searing and eloquent work of semiautobiography that centers on a young white woman’s memories of growing up in 1950s Cameroon.

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La Bamba

One of the best things to emerge from 1980s Hollywood’s obsession with the 1950s, La Bamba was a rare big studio release that told the story of a Mexican American that was actually written and directed by a Mexican American.

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Joyland

The debut feature from writer-director Sadiq, screening 7/14–7/23, explores the many sides of love and desire in a patriarchal society.

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Do the Right Thing

Spike Lee’s full-throttle portrait of a particularly eventful, hot summer day in the life of a Bed-Stuy neighborhood is a remarkable and ambivalent dramatization of race relations in America.

Narcissus Off Duty

Produced by renowned filmmaker Walter Salles, Narcissus Off Duty, screening 7/23, gives Grammy-winning Brazilian singer Caetano Veloso the space to narrate his own political story.