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Open Door Fridays

October 25, 2019 – December 27, 2019

The Museum of Modern Art

Breaking with an 80-plus-year tradition of ticketed screenings in MoMA’s theaters, Open Door Fridays gives visitors unlimited, all-day access to specially selected film programs that will run continuously during Museum hours. The Department of Film celebrates the Museum’s 2019 reopening by offering a taste of a moviegoing experience that was commonly enjoyed by audiences from the early silent period through the 1960s: Every Friday, you are encouraged to drop in to the theater at any point and stay as long as you like to enjoy audience favorites and hidden gems from MoMA’s collection—with no tickets required!

Organized by the Department of Film.

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Whale Songs. 1979. USA. By Mary Beams. Image courtesy of The Museum of Modern Art

Night of the Living Dead. 1968. USA. Directed by George Romero. Image courtesy of The Museum of Modern Art

Your Program of Programs. 1982-1983. USA. Directed by Kestutis Nakas. Image courtesy of the Artist

 

Alice in Wonderland. 1948. Great Britain/France. Directed by Dallas Bower and Lou Bunin. Image courtesy of Photofest

Gimme Shelter. 1970. USA. Directed by Albert and David Maysles and Charlotte Zwerin. Image courtesy of Photofest

Corner in Wheat. 1909. USA. Directed by D.W. Griffith.  Courtesy Photofest

Blue. 1993. United Kingdom. Directed by Derek Jarman. Courtesy Everett Collection

Los Angeles Plays Itself. 2003. USA. Directed by Thom Andersen. Courtesy Submarine Entertainment/Photofest