Tag Archives: The Museum of Modern Art

Intrusive Corman with his lens

For nine years running, MoMA organizes an exhibition entitled To Save and Project honoring restorations of formerly deteriorating prints.  This year’s festival opened under the prowess of Associate Curator Joshua Siegel of MoMA’s Film Department.  Contributions by Associate Curators Anne Morra and … Continue reading

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Instances of Grace

Festival de Cannes took note of Associate Curator Anne Morra and Assistant Curator Ron Magliozzi’s study and celebration of Euzhan Palcy by honoring this filmmaker on May 14th.  Cannes screened Sugar Cane Alley (1983) which received a César (César Awards, France) … Continue reading

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Dutifully German

In case you did not read the header, MoMA artfully imprints the exhibition’s title German Expressionism: The Graphic Impulse with wood grain semblance in black with solid red words higher up.  The prized 6th Floor Gallery space promises a treasure … Continue reading

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Shepherd or Sheep?

Canistered for years, Killer of Sheep (1981) received the FIPRESCI Prize at the Berlin International Film Festival in 1981 within the Category of Forum of New Cinema.  The award provided accolades to director Charles Burnett.  Nearly a permanent student at … Continue reading

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