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Early Works by Todd Haynes

The Museum’s complete Todd Haynes retrospective kicks off December 1 with a special evening featuring the filmmaker himself, alongside a selection of his rarely screened early works, including The Suicide and Assassins: A Film Concerning Rimbaud.

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The Velvet Underground

Todd Haynes’s kaleidoscopic portrait of the seminal sixties rock group The Velvet Underground explodes the music documentary form. Screens 12/9 and 12/17.

Celebrating Manfred Kirchheimer

This screening of works from legendary documentarian Manfred Kirchheimer on 12/9, including two world premieres, honors the diverse and remarkable career of one New York City's most invaluable cinematic chroniclers. With Kirchheimer in person!

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Velvet Goldmine

Haynes’s spectacular and ambitious musical, screening 12/9 and 12/17, charts the rise of glam rock and the star who was the movement’s brightest flame, functioning as both history and dream.

In the Rearview

An authentic, intimate observation of war as it unfolds, In the Rearview follows multiple generations of Ukrainian civilians as they abruptly abandon their homes and rely on the help of the director volunteer aid van to escape the life-threatening conflict. With director Maciek Hamela in person 12/9.

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The Philadelphia Story

Three of Hollywood’s greatest stars—Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant, and James Stewart—teamed up in this enduring, Oscar-winning classic that revolves around a high society divorcée whose second wedding is disrupted by her first husband and a cynical tabloid reporter. Screening 12/15 and 12/16.

Mildred Pierce

Created as a five-part miniseries for HBO, Haynes's thrilling adaptation of James M. Cain’s 1941 novel Mildred Pierce is cinematic event. Marathon screening free with Museum admission! Screens 12/10.

Maria by Callas: In Her Own Words

On 12/10, see the enthralling documentary that tells the story of legendary Greek-American opera singer Maria Callas presented in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Maria Callas.

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I’m Not There

Haynes’s majestic and freewheeling meditation on the different identities of Bob Dylan is a cinematic tour de force that features six different actors as Dylan. Screening 12/10 and 12/29.

Killers of the Flower Moon

Scorsese's film tracks the suspicious murders of members of the Osage Nation, who became some of the richest people in the world overnight after oil was discovered underneath their land. Followed by a Q&A with casting director Ellen Lewis and executive producer Marianne Bower in person.

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The Philadelphia Story

Three of Hollywood’s greatest stars—Katharine Hepburn, Cary Grant, and James Stewart—teamed up in this enduring, Oscar-winning classic that revolves around a high society divorcée whose second wedding is disrupted by her first husband and a cynical tabloid reporter. Screening 12/15 and 12/16.

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Poison

See Todd Haynes's Sundance-awarded breakthrough on 12/2, followed by a Q&A with Haynes and introduced by the co-founders and co-presidents of Zeitgeist Films.