Tag Archives: Museum of the Moving Image

How Howard Hawks Became Howard Hawks

The Complete Howard Hawks wraps up this weekend at the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens. And, while I will be sad to see it fade to black, I won’t miss the weekend subway construction that makes my jaunt … Continue reading

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Half-Time at “The Complete Howard Hawks”

I had to wear a sweater today, and I’m not happy about it. But, just like a loyal friend who cheers you up when you’re feelin’ blue, the Museum of the Moving Image is extending my warm weather moviegoing mania … Continue reading

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One Last Trip to “The Booth”

“I often come up here and talk and introduce films, and I think I’m kind of running things, but we know that the person who really ran things here was back in the booth,” Museum of the Moving Image curator … Continue reading

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CASABLANCA vs. TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT

Is Howard Hawks’ TO HAVE AND HAVE NOT (1944) a better film than Michael Curtiz’s CASABLANCA (1942)? Filmmaker and critic Dan Sallitt thinks so. “You will probably feel the CASABLANCA presence hanging over the movie. For a long time, that … Continue reading

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Screening Report: SUPER FLY (1972) 40th Anniversary Celebration at Museum of the Moving Image

“I want to thank you all for coming out for a movie that represents the renaissance of black cinema,” filmmaker Warrington Hudlin told the audience at the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens on Friday night, before a screening … Continue reading

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