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Fall 2019 Film Program

October 21, 2019

The Museum of Modern Art

The Museum of Modern Art’s Department of Film announces additional details of its fall 2019 program—coinciding with the opening of the newly expanded MoMA on October 21, 2019—in the Debra and Leon Black Family Film Center in the Ronald S. and Jo Carole Lauder Building. Celebrating the Museum’s 30,000-title film collection, the reopening slate reflects the diversity and artistic range championed by MoMA film curators for over eight decades.

Fall 2019 Program includes:

Private Lives Public Spaces

Modern Matinees: Iris Barry’s History of Film

Open Door Fridays

Vision Statement: Early Directorial Works

Hidden Histories

Currents: Re-Viewing Cineprobe, 1968–2002

Histories of Film: The Circulating Film and Video Library

The Contenders

Public Imaginations: A Survey of Documentary Form

Support for the exhibition is provided by the Annual Film Fund.

Images

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The Departure of Guernica. 1981. Anny Aviram, Kate Keller. From Super 8mm. Courtesy Museum of Modern Art. Image part of Private Lives Public Spaces program

Mr. Kenneth Marvin’s Wedding. 1914. Unidentified Filmmaker. From 16mm. Courtesy Museum of Modern Art. Image part of Private Lives Public Spaces program

Father and Kid. 1934. Unidentified filmmaker. From Super 8mm. Museum of Modern Art. Image part of Private Lives Public Spaces program

6th Avenue – Subway – Post. 1942-44. Charles L. Turner. From 16mm. Courtesy Museum of Modern Art. Image part of Private Lives Public Spaces program