Tarantino's brilliantly made, impossibly entertaining movie is one of his greatest achievements, starring a poignant, mesmerizing Pam Grier. See it on 35mm Friday 2/23 and Saturday 2/24.
The Age of Innocence
Scorsese’s sumptuous cinematic rendering of Edith Wharton’s novel about the social mores of turn-of-the-century New York, starring Michelle Pfeiffer and Daniel Day-Lewis, screens March 1 and 3.
The opening night selection of First Look 2024 is Astrid Rondero and Fernanda Valadez's follow-up to Identifying Features, a major work by two of the finest young filmmakers of their generation, in which a young man, orphaned by the Mexican drug cartels, grows up in the shadow of violence.
World of Animation
This monthly series presents both classic and contemporary animated films from around the world with a family-friendly audience in mind.
Snubbed 2: The Performances
Last year, we debuted our series focused on films that unimaginably—at least in retrospect—received zero Oscar nods. This year, we’re focusing exclusively on great performances that went unmentioned on Oscar nomination morning.
Recent first-run art-house titles playing at MoMI.
Welcome to the Machine
Coinciding with the exhibition of artist David Levine’s Dissolution, on view in the Museum’s Amphitheater Gallery, Science on Screen presents a selection of films that depict humans reconstituted in computerized worlds.
Always on Sunday: Greek Film Series
In collaboration with the Hellenic Film Society USA, MoMI presents a regular selection of outstanding contemporary Greek films.
First Look 2024
The guiding ethos of First Look is discovery, aiming to introduce audiences to new films, filmmakers to new audiences, and everyone to different methods, perspectives, interrogations, and encounters.
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.