Week of Events
Vincente Minnelli’s phenomenally directed and acted tale of rootlessness in post–World War II starring Frank Sinatra, introduced by Jake Perlin and Michael Koresky as part of a series celebrating the new series about Wes Anderson's inspirations for Asteroid City.
Karyn Kusama's teen horror cult favorite, featuring Diablo Cody’s signature droll and idiosyncratic dialogue, is the ultimate ode to toxic femininity. Introduced on May 20 by critic Kyle Turner and followed by a signing of his new book The Queer Film Guide.
Offered the first Saturday of each month (June 2023–May 2024), free Access Mornings at MoMI are dedicated to families with children on the autism spectrum and give families an exclusive opportunity to explore exhibitions and ...
John Huston’s psychologically rich, exquisitely shot and acted neo-western, featuring a screenplay by Arthur Miller, based on his own short story, gave Marilyn Monroe one of her finest dramatic roles.
With its singular mix of Hollywood melodrama and ragged seventies authenticity, this film remains a crucial film to understanding the complexity and diversity of Scorsese’s filmography.