Courtesy of Maxxie, Suzzee, & Cinema.

Erēmīta (Anthologies)

February 26–March 14

MoMI is pleased to partner with Maxxie, Suzzee & Cinema to bring Erēmīta (Anthologies) directly to Museum members and patrons to view from home. To support the Museum, please use the link below to watch the film.

View Erēmīta (Anthologies) from home. (Tickets: $12). A portion of ticket sales benefits the Museum and its staff. A hundred percent of the filmmakers’ share of revenue from rentals will be donated to Amnesty International.

Dirs. Alexis Zabé, Antoine Héberlé, Ashley Connor, Sam Abbas, Soledad Rodríguez, and Stefano Falivene. U.S., France, Italy, Argentina, 2021, 58 mins. During the first pandemic lockdown last March, Egyptian-American filmmaker Sam Abbas (Alia's Birth, Marie, The Wedding) invited leading cinematographers to create work for an anthology of short documentaries. The result, Erēmīta, is a collaboration of visual invention and poetic composition, incorporating writings by Friedrich Nietzsche and depicting expressions of nature or intimate moments at home. A Maxxie, Suzzee & Cinema release. View trailer.

The Museum's presentation includes a video conversation with all of the participating filmmakers, moderated by Curator of Film Eric Hynes. The video is also available here.  

Erēmīta filmmakers are noted below with the projects for which they served as cinematographer:
Ashley Connor (Madeline's MadelineThe Miseducation of Cameron PostFeast of the Epiphany)
Stefano Falivene (SiberiaPasoliniBel Ami)
Antoine Héberlé (A Son, Oblivion Versus, Inheritance)
Soledad Rodríguez (The Black Frost, Pendular, History of Fear, The Good Intentions)
Alexis Zabé (The Florida ProjectSilent LightPost Tenebras Lux)