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Warm Up 2016: Week 10 Highlights

By Paul Lebot This weekend marks the penultimate Saturday of the 2016 Warm Up season! Powell, Russell Haswell, and Not Waving of Diagonal Records will start the day, followed by a thrilling set by Marcus Marr, a regular at Berlin’s famed nightclub Berghain, and exciting [...]

Ingrid Bergman, Filmmaker

The world knows Ingrid Bergman as one of the most luminous actors to ever grace the screen. Her radiant presence and resolute strength carried her through a five-decade career and iconic collaborations with some of cinema’s greatest directors, . . . Read More Read more [...]

Do You Know Your MoMA? The Final Quiz

By Jason Persse Welcome to the final installment of the Do You Know Your MoMA? quiz! How well do you know your MoMA? If you think you can identify the artist and title of these works from MoMA’s collection—all currently on view in the Museum—please [...]

What’s Happening on Hulu

Before the season ends, we’re taking one last holiday jaunt with Summer Vacations, our free festival on Hulu. From a whimsical Czechoslovak New Wave reverie to a bittersweet French tale of a seaside rendezvous, this week’s lineup includes Jean . . . Read More Read [...]

Repertory Pick: Walkabout in Ithaca

This week, the Cornell Cinema at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, will screen the 1971 film Walkabout, Nicolas Roeg’s entrancing meditation on nature and civilization. Loosely adapted by the influential British playwright Edward Bond . . . Read More Read more here:: Repertory Pick: [...]

Stuart Davis created New York Mural in response to a 1932…

Stuart Davis created New York Mural in response to a 1932 invitation from the Museum of Modern Art to design a work on the theme of post–World War I life for an exhibition of American mural designs. In his painting, Davis adapted the flat, bold [...]

Arthur Hiller Remembers Directing The In-Laws

Beloved Hollywood veteran Arthur Hiller passed away yesterday at the age of ninety-two. In a career that spanned five decades and more than thirty films, he demonstrated remarkable versatility, with credits ranging from Neil Simon comedies (The . . . Read More Read more here:: [...]

Chad Hartigan’s Eclectic Influences

Chad Hartigan and Lina Keller on set, photo by Bettina Keller Writer-director Chad Hartigan’s Morris from America, which opens theatrically this Friday in New York and Los Angeles, has emerged as one of the year’s most anticipated independent . . . Read More Read more [...]

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