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Against the Tide

A lyrical and beautifully observed portrait of a friendship tested by the strains of the modern world, Against the Tide depicts the struggles of Bombay fishermen Rakesh and Ganesh, inheritors of the great Koli knowledge system. With director Sarvnik Kaur in person on 12/2.



Haynes's will appear in person on 12/2 to introduce his visionary psychological horror story, which would ultimately be named the best film of the 1990s in a Village Voice critics poll and remains for many the defining film of his career. 



This film has stood the test of time, and it is now regarded not only as one of Altman’s neglected gems but also as one of Robin Williams’s most brilliant screen performances. 

Six by Sondheim

In this delightfully creative compendium of musical numbers across Sondheim’s career, a trio of directors tackle highlights from six different shows in unexpected ways. In his segment, Haynes constructs a sultry and innovative update of Follies’ classic torch song “I’m Still Here." Free screening!


Far from Heaven

A magnificently mounted and beautifully acted film that both evokes and subverts the craftsmanship and artifice of Hollywood studio filmmaking, Far from Heaven was writer-director Todd Haynes’s most instantly critically acclaimed film.

Hurricane Season (Temporada de huracanes)

Hurricane Season is a powerful and stunning film, with an impressive ensemble cast and impeccable cinematography by María Secco. Director Elisa Miller will appear in person.



One of the most insightful and entertaining documentaries of recent years, this political saga follows Musa Hadid, the Christian mayor of Ramallah, Palestine. On December 3, with director David Osit in person!



Todd Haynes’s astonishing 1950s-set film, one of the great cinematic love stories of the 21st century, screens in time for Christmas on December 22 and 23.

2023 Moving Image Awards Honoring Todd Haynes

Celebrate the career of one of the most boundlessly creative and surprising filmmakers of the past forty years at MoMI's annual Winter Moving Image Awards. Learn more about ticket pricing and options.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem

Director Jeff Rowe in person for a special screening of the hit animated sequel, in which the Turtle brothers set out to win the hearts of New Yorkers through heroic acts.


Gael García Bernal will appear in person on 12/6 for this screening of his new film, about a gay amateur wrestler from El Paso named Saúl Armendáriz rises to international stardom after he creates the character Cassandro, the “Liberace of Lucha Libre.”

Building Asteroid City

In this special screening and discussion on Thursday 12/7, production designer Adam Stockhausen will give an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at how Wes Anderson's dazzling Asteroid City was created.