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Puppetry for the Screen with Brian Carson, Silly Willy & Friends

Live Online Event

Learn the basics of performing with puppets for the screen with puppeteer Brian Carson. We will livestream from The Jim Henson Exhibition inside the Museum, and share some pro tips on special effects, using our ...

A.I. Artificial Intelligence

Museum of the Moving Image

Steven Spielberg's monumental production of Stanley Kubrick's unrealized science-fiction dream project is a bold, humanistic vision.

Vertigo

Museum of the Moving Image

Dir. Alfred Hitchcock. 1958, 128 mins. 35mm. With James Stewart, Kim Novak, Barbara Bel Geddes. Voted the greatest film of all time in the most recent Sight & Sound international critics poll., Hitchcock’s peerless psychological ...

2001: A Space Odyssey

Museum of the Moving Image

Stanley Kubrick’s mysterious and profound epic—“the ultimate trip”—is about nothing less than the beauty and the banality of civilization, blending cool satire, an elaborate vision of the future, and passages of avant-garde cinematic inventiveness.

Lolita

Museum of the Moving Image

Kubrick's adaptation of Vladimir Nabokov's "unfilmable" novel, starring James Mason, Sue Lyon, and Shelley Winters

Batman

Queens Drive-In

Burton’s action-packed blockbuster set a new standard for superhero movies.

A.I. Artificial Intelligence

Museum of the Moving Image

Steven Spielberg's monumental production of Stanley Kubrick's unrealized science-fiction dream project is a bold, humanistic vision.

The Killing

Museum of the Moving Image

Kubrick's breakthrough racetrack heist thriller set the standard for time-twisting crime dramas.

9 to 5

Museum of the Moving Image

This galvanizing workplace comedy kicked off the eighties with an unapologetically feminist bang.

The Fabulous Baker Boys

Museum of the Moving Image

In one of the most charismatic star performances in all contemporary cinema, a sultry and snappy Pfeiffer steals the screen as Susie Diamond, a small-time lounge singer. It’s the kind of finely etched, small-scale gem Hollywood doesn’t make anymore.

Vertigo

Museum of the Moving Image

Dir. Alfred Hitchcock. 1958, 128 mins. 35mm. With James Stewart, Kim Novak, Barbara Bel Geddes. Voted the greatest film of all time in the most recent Sight & Sound international critics poll., Hitchcock’s peerless psychological ...