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Black Stone

An overprotective mother engages a film crew working on a documentary about absentee civil servants, mistakenly believing they can help find her missing civil servant son.



Composed of eleven long hypnotic shots, this transfixing ethnographic documentary follows various pilgrims and tourists as they travel to and from a Nepalese temple via a cable car suspended high over a mountain jungle.


Carlito’s Way

See De Palma’s astonishingly well-crafted gangster tale, a kinetic reteaming of the director and star of Scarface, on 11/17 and 11/19.


Mexico Now pays homage to renowned TV, theater, and film actor Ignacio López Tarso with a screening of the supernatural drama that launched the actor to international fame and was the first Mexican work to be nominated for an Oscar. With author Susana López Aranda (López Tarso’s daughter) in person.

Reflected Forms: Story and Character in the Films of Todd Haynes

On the occasion of Todd Haynes’s May December, MoMI presents an exhibit with materials from the archives of filmmaker Todd Haynes, now part of the Museum’s collection, offering a glimpse into his process of transforming historical and cultural referents into formally ambitious, richly emotional films. 


Don’t Eat the Pictures

Shot on-site at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and made in collaboration with the museum’s own office of film and television, this Sesame Street special was nominated for a primetime Emmy and won France’s 1984 Prix Jeunesse/International. Screening 11/18, 11/19. and 11/24.


Princess Cyd 

Director Stephen Cone’s subtle and deeply felt film is one of the great recent coming-of-age movies. With Cone in person on 11/18!



Katharine Hepburn reteamed with George Cukor and reprised a role that had been a Broadway hit for her a decade earlier. The result was one of her most sophisticated and successful movies,

Feast of the Epiphany

Directed by Michael Koresky, Jeff Reichert, and Farihah Zaman, Feast of the Epiphany is an uncommonly sensitive rumination on the ways people form and choose communities, collaborations, and support groups in the face of hardship, labor, and loss.


They Live

A wanderer named Nada stumbles upon a pair of sunglasses that reveals the horrifying true nature of the world in this thrilling sci-fi action cult classic from director John Carpenter.


Ernest & Celestine: A Trip to Gibberitia

Ten years after the original Ernest & Celestine film introduced the world to the unlikely friendship between a bear and a mouse, the sequel A Trip to Gibberitia takes the duo on a new adventure. Screening 11/25 (in French with English subtitles and 11/26 (in English).