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The Wiz

Join us on May 21 for the beloved New York City musical, introduced by Ms. Renee Brailsford, one of the original dancers in the film.

The Wiz Family Day

On May 21, join us for a family day packed with fun and educational experiences for children of all ages related to the classic 1978 movie musical The Wiz.

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After Tomorrow

One of six collaborations between director Frank Borzage and ace screenwriter Sonya Levien, After Tomorrow united them with James Wong Howe, whose photography brings a sense of moody, stylized drama to this pre-Code, depression-addled love story.

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Memoria

Apichatpong Weerasethakul's serene masterpiece set in Colombia and starring Tilda Swinton begs for the big-screen treatment. Playing at MoMI May 20–22!

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The Prisoner of Zenda

On May 20 and 21, see David O. Selznick's production of Anthony Hope's popular late 19th-century novel—one of James Wong Howe’s proudest achievements.

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Jim Henson Guided Tours

On Saturdays from April 23–June 25, join us for a special guided tour of The Jim Henson Exhibition! The tour costs $5.00 per visitor (on top of admission ticket).

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After Tomorrow

One of six collaborations between director Frank Borzage and ace screenwriter Sonya Levien, After Tomorrow united them with James Wong Howe, whose photography brings a sense of moody, stylized drama to this pre-Code, depression-addled love story.

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Memoria

Apichatpong Weerasethakul's serene masterpiece set in Colombia and starring Tilda Swinton begs for the big-screen treatment. Playing at MoMI May 20–22!

Birds of America

An atmospheric essay film, Birds of America retraces the steps of famed French ornithologist John James Audubon as he traveled along the Mississippi memorializing with his dramatic paintings a remarkable range of birds, many of which are now extinct.

Annihilation

Inspired by the best-selling Southern Reach Trilogy, Alex Garland’s sci-fi thriller envisions a haunting and beautiful landscape where DNA and biological processes do not abide known rules. Screens May 22.

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Memoria

Apichatpong Weerasethakul's serene masterpiece set in Colombia and starring Tilda Swinton begs for the big-screen treatment. Playing at MoMI May 20–22!

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Mantrap

One of Clara Bow’s most beloved pictures and her own personal favorite, with live accompaniment by Makia Matsumura on May 14.

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