Wes Anderson's new film in a special free sneak preview.
2023 年 6 月 17–19 日
MoMI loves the tradition, texture, and tactility of film itself. Get the full list of all our upcoming screenings on film prints, from 35mm to 70mm!
Users, playing 7/21, is work of both bracing intimacy and staggering cinematic ambition, a wide-ranging inquiry into how technology is increasingly driving all aspects of our society.
A cinematic experience truly unlike any other, 32 Sounds, screening 6/16 and 6/17, investigates the mysterious nature of perception and the subtle yet radical politics that arise from sensation and being present in one’s body.
Unpredictable British genre filmmaker Strickland, through the use of hypnotic imagery and a tsunami of phantasmagoric sound design, finds the idiosyncrasy of two women's kinky relationship as well as its very human core.
Wes Anderson and Owen Wilson have been devoted fans of groundbreaking documentarians Albert and David Maysles for their entire careers together. This program features three Maysles films that evoke the period or locations depicted in Asteroid City.
One of the best films produced during Hollywood’s brief embrace of Technicolor 3-D, Roy Ward Baker’s sunbaked potboiler finds Robert Ryan in the role of Donald, a callous millionaire stranded in the Mojave Desert with a broken right leg.
John Sturges’s lean-and-mean CinemaScope color noir featuring a beguiling Spencer Tracy as a no-nonsense man investigating a suspected killing in a tiny California desert town plays 6/10 on 35mm.
This absorbing, intensely physical drama set at a rundown motel in the Mojave Desert is based on the play by Sam Shepard, also stars as a rodeo stunt rider trying to convince his ex-girlfriend (Kim Basinger) that they should rekindle their flame.