Early Works by Todd Haynes
The Museum’s complete Todd Haynes retrospective kicks off December 1 with a special evening featuring the filmmaker himself, alongside a selection of his rarely screened early works, including The Suicide and Assassins: A Film Concerning Rimbaud.
See Todd Haynes's Sundance-awarded breakthrough on 12/2, followed by a Q&A with Haynes and introduced by the co-founders and co-presidents of Zeitgeist Films.
May December—with Todd Haynes in Person
See Todd Haynes’s brilliant latest film, a tricky and gripping dark comic creation starring Natalie Portman and Julianne Moore, with Haynes in person on 12/2! Tickets free for MoMI members.
Celebrating Manfred Kirchheimer
This screening of works from legendary documentarian Manfred Kirchheimer on 12/9, including two world premieres, honors the diverse and remarkable career of one New York City's most invaluable cinematic chroniclers. With Kirchheimer in person!
New Adventures in Nonfiction
For several years now, the most consistently adventurous, unpredictable, intelligent, and dynamic films have been works of nonfiction.
In conjunction with MoMI's upcoming Moving Image Awards on December 4 in honor of director Todd Haynes, we celebrate his incomparable career with a complete retrospective of his films, from the 1980s to the 2020s, including Poison, Safe, I'm Not There, Carol, May December, and more.
At MoMI, we believe in the enduring vitality of cinema as a communal endeavor and that the glories of the big screen experience are always ripe for discovery and rediscovery from one generation to the next.
Sneak previews of upcoming Latin American and U.S. Latinx film releases, in association with Cinema Tropical.
Infinite Beauty: Muslim and MENASA Identity Onscreen
Audiences have been underestimated for far too long, and deserve a taste of all the humor, heartbreak, nuance, and insight that films from Muslim cultures have brought to cinema.
World of Animation
This monthly series presents both classic and contemporary animated films from around the world with a family-friendly audience in mind.
Art and Craft
Art and Craft is an ongoing series spotlighting artistry behind the camera and beyond the screen. Each screening is accompanied by an in-depth conversation with leading moving image professionals
Science on Screen
This ongoing film series—made possible with support from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation—combines special screenings and conversations with scientists and filmmakers.
This program features both well-known and recently unearthed silent treasures for audiences of all ages to enjoy, often presented with live accompaniment.
Always on Sunday: Greek Film Series
In collaboration with the Hellenic Film Society USA, MoMI presents a regular selection of outstanding contemporary Greek films.
MoMI Moviehouse: The Complete Hepburn & Grant
Being Human: The Films of Roy Andersson
Swedish director Roy Andersson’s feature films are made of loosely related vignettes, filmed in long takes and meticulously crafted compositions worthy of Jacques Tati or Buster Keaton.
In this ongoing series, we spotlight roughly one film every month that we simply adore and are ardent to revisit in our theaters.
Jim Henson's World
The imaginative, playful, creative, and prolific film and television work of Jim Henson is celebrated in this recurring screening series.
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.