May 20–June 1
This series examines how silent-era slapstick comedy treats social, cultural, and political topics that continue to be central concerns in America today.
MoMA Presents: Rashid Masharawi’s Laila’s Birthday
May 27–June 1
Rashid Masharawi (b. 1962, Gaza), known to MoMA audiences for his 2003 New Directors/New Films debut, Ticket to Jerusalem, returns with his most recent feature, Laila’s Birthday.
Through May 23
One of the foremost documentary filmmakers working today, Kim Longinotto is renowned internationally for her compellingly human portraits and her sensitive and compassionate treatment of difficult topics.
Through May 28
Jean Renoir once proclaimed, “If I were an architect and I had to build a monument to the cinema, I would place a statue of [Julien] Duvivier above the entrance… This great technician, this rigorist, was a poet.”
The West: Myth, Character, and Reinvention by Andy Warhol
Through June 26
In June 1963 Andy Warhol acquired his first silent 16mm Bolex movie camera. Three months later, for his first trip to California, Warhol brought along the Bolex and shot what he called a “home movie,” Elvis at Ferus.
Where is the cutting edge of the motion picture? Discover it first at MoMA. Building upon the Museum’s long tradition of exploring cinematic experimentation, Modern Mondays is a weekly showcase for innovation on screen.
All Film Programs
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