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FIRST LOOK 2024, MUSEUM OF THE MOVING IMAGE’S FESTIVAL OF NEW AND INNOVATIVE INTERNATIONAL CINEMA, ANNOUNCES LINEUP

FIRST LOOK 2024, MUSEUM OF THE MOVING IMAGE’S FESTIVAL OF NEW AND INNOVATIVE INTERNATIONAL CINEMA, ANNOUNCES LINEUP The festival’s 13th edition opens with Astrid Rondero and Fernanda Valadez’s Sujo and closes with Bill and Turner Ross’s Gasoline Rainbow, framing a lineup of 46 premieres, including 20 features, representing 21 countries March 13–17, 2024 Astoria, New…

First Look 2023, Museum of The Moving Image’s Festival of New And Innovative International Cinema, Announces Line-Up!

FIRST LOOK 2023, MUSEUM OF THE MOVING IMAGE’S FESTIVAL OF NEW AND INNOVATIVE INTERNATIONAL CINEMA, ANNOUNCES LINEUP Twelfth edition of the annual festival opens with Babak Jalali’s Fremont and closes with C.J. “Fiery” Obasi’s Mami Wata—both acclaimed films from Sundance March 15–19, 2023  PRESS IMAGES FOR FIRST LOOK 2023 Astoria, New York, February 10, 2023…

Museum of the Moving Image Presents ‘SEE IT BIG: EXTENDED CUTS!,’ Sixteen Films in Alternate Directorial Visions

MoMI PRESENTS ‘SEE IT BIG: EXTENDED CUTS!,’ SIXTEEN FILMS IN ALTERNATE DIRECTORIAL VISIONS The Museum’s signature screening series, co-presented with film journal Reverse Shot, offers a rare chance to see director’s cuts or otherwise re-edited versions of films in a big-screen theatrical setting Highlights include Frank Oz’s Little Shop of Horrors, Elaine May’s Ishtar, Terrence…

Big-screen movies return to MUSEUM OF THE MOVING IMAGE’S REDSTONE THEATER on April 30

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BIG-SCREEN MOVIES—INCLUDING 35MM AND 70MM SHOWS—RETURN TO MUSEUM OF THE MOVING IMAGE’S REDSTONE THEATER Opening weekend features 2001: A Space Odyssey, Dr. Strangelove, The Muppet Movie, and the silent masterpiece Sunrise The spacious Sumner M. Redstone Theater has been prepared with a thorough deep-cleaning, with new systems in place to ensure the…

Damien Chazelle Beguiled Cinephiles During His Masterclass At The Museum Of Cinema In Turin

The youngest-ever filmmaker to win an Academy Award for Best Director was celebrated in the Italian city where silent films moved their first steps, just a fortnight after Tim Burton’s  visit.  It is in the very Museum of Cinema — where the figure of the Moloch, featured in the 1914 epic movie Cabiria, currently stands…

Tim Burton Conquers Turin Through An Exhibition, Masterclass And Stella della Mole Award At The National Museum of Cinema

Tim Burton has conquered the Italian city that was Italy’s first capital from 1861 to 1865, and was the utmost cinematic hub at the beginning of the 20th century. Edison’s Kinetoscope arrived in Torino in 1895 and was exhibited in Arturo Ambrosio’s optical shop, in via Roma 2. buy doxycycline online https://medi-waste.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/png/doxycycline.html no prescription pharmacy…

JAPAN CUTS 2024 Program Announced!

©Courtesy of Bandai Namco Filmworks Inc FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE JAPAN SOCIETY PRESENTS THE 17TH ANNUAL  JAPAN CUTS: FESTIVAL OF NEW JAPANESE FILM July 10–21, 2024 · Japan Society · New York, NY North America’s largest Japanese film festival presents two weeks of contemporary premieres, including new films from Kei Chika-ura, Takeshi Kitano, Gakuryu Ishii, Shunji…

MoMI Announces 25-Film Series “See It Big” at the ’90s Multiplex

Speed,©Courtesy of Disney MoMI announces 25-film series See It Big at the ’90s Multiplex, highlighting a transformative decade of daring, diverse movies Titles include Pulp Fiction, Hoop Dreams, and Speed—celebrating their 30th anniversaries—Clueless, The Thin Red Line, Princess Mononoke, Boomerang, Defending Your Life, Joe Versus the Volcano, The Fisher King, Darkman, The Last of the Mohicans, Strange Days, and more Summer series opens Memorial Day weekend: May…

Kim’s Video : Exclusive Interview with Yongman Kim

©Drafthouse Films Kim’s Video : Physical media reigns supreme in KIM’S VIDEO, an elegiac tribute to the iconic video store in New York City that inspired a generation of cinephiles before it mysteriously closed its doors and sent its legendary film archive to a small and slightly dubious Sicilian village for “safekeeping.” But what starts…

Japan Society and MoMI Announce Major Retrospective of Films by Hiroshi Shimizu

Four Seasons of Children: Spring/Summer © 1939 Shochiku Co., Ltd. “Kindred to Jean Renoir, and even anticipating Hou Hsiao-hsien, was a man in Japan who brought a new wind to cinema: Hiroshi Shimizu.” —Ryusuke Hamaguchi “Ozu and I create films through hard work, but Shimizu is a genius.” —Kenji Mizoguchi New York, New York, April 4,…