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See It Big at the ’90s Multiplex

These are movies that worked as jumper cables for an entire generation of ecstatic cinephiles—none of them tentpoles or sequels—and each deserves to be seen on the big screen. 

Agnieszka Holland

For six decades, Polish director Agnieszka Holland has been one of the most consistently daring, versatile, and politically committed voices in global cinema. Museum of the Moving Image is proud to pay tribute to an uncompromising career with a diverse selection of some of her greatest work.

New Adventures in Nonfiction

For several years now, the most consistently adventurous, unpredictable, intelligent, and dynamic films have been works of nonfiction.

Celebrate Juneteenth 2024

On June 19, in celebration of Juneteenth, a holiday which commemorates the official end of slavery in Galveston, Texas, we will honor the holiday’s origins and celebrate Black Texan culture with a day of programming for all ages.

New Releases

Recent first-run art-house titles playing at MoMI.

Radical Institutions and Experimental Psychiatry: The Legacy of Francesc Tosquelles

This film series explores approaches to mental health care rooted in community building, self-management, and creativity echoing the institutional psychotherapy developed by the visionary psychiatrist Francesc Tosquelles.

Las Premieres

Sneak previews of upcoming Latin American and U.S. Latinx film releases, in association with Cinema Tropical.

New Adventures in Nonfiction

For several years now, the most consistently adventurous, unpredictable, intelligent, and dynamic films have been works of nonfiction.

Queens on Screen

This ongoing program spotlights not only the films set or filmed in our home borough of Queens but also artists that exemplify the most diverse community in the world.

100 Years of Parajanov

Born to Armenian parents in multicultural Tbilisi, Sergei Parajanov was a troubadour of aesthetic finesse whose versatile genius with the moving image is distinguished through atmospheric mise-en-scène, sumptuous colors, opulent settings, and unforgettable imagery.

Jim Henson's World

The imaginative, playful, creative, and prolific film and television work of Jim Henson is celebrated in this recurring screening series.

Silents, Please!

This program features both well-known and recently unearthed silent treasures for audiences of all ages to enjoy, often presented with live accompaniment.

Disreputable Cinema

Often called cult or underground, these films comprise a subculture of hidden gems and alternative classics that often challenge the norms of art and entertainment.

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Take a look at our past screenings and programs both virtual and in person.

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