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Stanley Kubrick - 2001Complete Kubrick film retrospective also extended through October 17, with added screenings of 2001: A Space Odyssey

New York, New York, September 21, 2021 — The major exhibition Envisioning 2001: Stanley Kubrick’s Space Odyssey, which explores the making of the visionary 1968 sci-fi masterpiece 2001: A Space Odyssey, will be extended for three additional weekends, closing on Sunday, October 17, it was announced today by Museum of the Moving Image. In addition, the accompanying Complete Kubrick film retrospective will be also extended, culminating with the films A Clockwork Orange, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year; Barry Lyndon; the 2020 documentary Kubrick by Kubrick; and added screenings of 2001: A Space Odyssey, including select 70mm presentations.

Burning BrighterIn-Person: Weekend of Friday, October 1-Sunday, October 3, 2021 
Online Nationwide: Sunday, October 3-Sunday, October 10, 2021 

New York, N.Y. -- The French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF) is proud to present Burning Brighter, a film festival celebrating the remarkable diversity of emerging voices in French cinema. This special program features recent prize-winning films by new French filmmakers. Conceived with The Edmond de Rothschild Foundations, this program highlights the critical importance of the arts in exploring the perspectives of different communities. …

New York New YorkFeaturing Spike Lee’s ‘25th Hour’ And Scorsese’s ‘New York, New York,’ Both In 35mm

Also in September: Complete Kubrick continues with Barry Lyndon and A Clockwork Orange; a Science on Screen program focusing on A.I. and robot speech; a Shinya Tsukamoto double feature in Disreputable Cinema

Plus, theatrical runs of Tsai Ming-liang’s Days and Dash Shaw’s Cryptozoo

Astoria, New York, August 31, 2021 — This September marks the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center. To commemorate this somber milestone, Museum of the Moving Image will present two movies by New York filmmakers that express a deep love for the City and its resilience: Spike Lee’s 25th Hour and Martin Scorsese’s New York, New York—both presented in 35mm—on Saturday, September 11 (with additional screenings). Please see below for more information on these films and the Museum’s September screening schedule. Additional programs will be announced as they are scheduled.

The Gaze

July 30–October 31, 2021

Astoria, New York, July 26, 2021 — Barry Jenkins’s extraordinary and acclaimed adaptation of Colson Whitehead's Pulitzer Prize–winning novel The Underground Railroad will be the focus of a gallery installation at Museum of the Moving Image beginning July 30. The installation will be anchored by Jenkins’s film The Gaze, a nearly hour-long assemblage of moving-image portraits of principal and background cast featured throughout the show’s ten episodes, and also includes production and costume design material from the limited series. Installed within the Museum’s core exhibition Behind the ScreenAn Act of Seeing: Barry's Jenkins's The Gaze will be on view through October 31, 2021.

Make-A-Wish Group Photo 2Real-Life Hero from Make-A-Wish Invited for Exclusive Access of the Museum and a Private Viewing of the Film Only Airing at Madame Tussauds 

New York City, NY (July 14, 2021) – Madame Tussauds has collaborated with Marvel to create an exclusive new film, “Marvel Universe 4D.” The thrilling all-new 4D film experience invites guests to feel the power of their favorite Marvel Super Heroes in Madame Tussauds New York, Madame Tussauds Hollywood and Madame Tussauds Las Vegas. Wind-chilling, water-soaking and face-flinching special effects bring the audience closer than ever before to Captain Marvel, Thor, Black Panther, Rocket, Spider-Man, Ant-Man and the Wasp as they battle Loki in a bid to save the city from his invasion.

Cube Art FairCube Art Fair, the World’s largest Public Art Fair, launches the first-of-its- kind NFT Art Fair in New York from June 25-27, 2021, offering a physical art viewing experience of NFT-only works to 10 million visitors

New York, N.Y. -- Following the tremendous amount of success of Cube Art Fair’s recent exhibitions on 100+billboards in the streets of New York City, Miami and Brussels, which came as a creative solution to the cancellation of in-person shows due to Covid-19, Cube Art Fair is once again ahead of the curve. In an innovative and exciting format, Cube Art Fair is launching the first-of-its-kind NFT Art Fair in Times Square on June 25, 2021.

Cube Art Fair has managed to pivot its in-person art fair to a viewing experience throughout the streets of major art cities. With its reach as the World’s Largest Public Art Fair showcasing artworks from established and emerging artists from around the world, Cube Art Fair aims to make art more accessible to the public.

First LookAcclaimed Festival of Innovative New International Cinema taking place July 22–August 1

Opening Night is the NY premiere of Claire Simon’s The Grocer’s Son, the Mayor, the Village, and the World… and Closing Night is the NY premiere of Dash Shaw’s Cryptozoo

First Look 20/21 presents 22 features and more than two dozen mid-length and short works from around the world, plus its signature “Working on It” sessions, which focus on the creative process

Astoria, New York, June 16, 2021 — First Look, the Museum's acclaimed festival of innovative new international cinema, introduces New York audiences to formally inventive works that seek to redefine the art form while engaging in a wide range of subjects and styles. The festival’s tenth edition — shifting to mid-summer and extended to two weekends, July 22 through August 1 — First Look 20/21 presents still unseen works from the 2020 iteration of the festival alongside over a dozen additional programs, making it the biggest and most wide-ranging edition to date. All First Look 20/21 programs will be presented in the Museum’s two theaters, with filmmakers appearing either in person or via live video. A selection of films will also be available for online viewing after their on-site premiere, details forthcoming.

Brooklyn Bridge Park ConservancyBrooklyn, N.Y. — Every year, Brooklyn Bridge Park welcomes over 5 million visitors, with thousands coming to enjoy Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy’s free, public programs in the Park. After a challenging 2020, Brooklyn Bridge Park (BBP) and Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy (Conservancy) are excited to announce the launch of a rich season of programming. Without ever having to leave New York City, visitors and locals alike can take part in an enriching season of arts and culture, fitness, recreation, environmental education, and volunteer opportunities from May to October…

Craig HarrisAn Evening of Remembrance and Reflection
Performance Marks Anniversary of George Floyd Killing

Brooklyn, NY—On Tuesday, May 25, composer-trombonist Craig Harris returns to Brooklyn Botanic Garden for an outdoor performance of “Breathe,” a work for an ensemble of 20 brass and percussion musicians. Says Harris: “‘Breathe’ is a sonic statement in response to the long-term and current injustices inflicted upon African-American people. ‘Breathe’ is offered to support the community in staying resilient and persistent in fighting for justice.”…

"VEIL FLAG" by S.R. STUDIO. LA. CA., 2020New York (May 3, 2021) — The Costume Institute’s next major exhibition will be a two-part show on view from September 18, 2021 through September 5, 2022. Part One, In America: A Lexicon of Fashion—opening in the Anna Wintour Costume Center on September 18, 2021—will celebrate The Costume Institute’s 75th anniversary and explore a modern vocabulary of American fashion. Part Two, In America: An Anthology of Fashion—opening in the American Wing period rooms on May 5, 2022—will explore the development of American fashion by presenting narratives that relate to the complex and layered histories of those spaces. Parts One and Two will close on September 5, 2022.