Pioneering Women in Australian Cinema
July 21–August 14, 2022
The screening series seeks to highlight the contributions of queer, feminist, migrant, and Indigenous women filmmakers and their stories, which are focused on class, work, education, friendship, and—as always for such a geographically isolated country—dreams.
A Conversation Honoring James Wong Howe
Watch a recorded virtual discussion from June 5, 2022, in which cinematographers Michael Goi (American Horror Story) and Eric Lin (The Sound of Silence) discussed how the trailblazing James Wong Howe’s legacy influenced their careers, moderated by MoMI's Assistant Curator of Film Edo Choi.
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