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The schedule for the 16th edition of MoMA’s festival “To Save and Project” has been announced!
Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
January 4-31, 2019
Screenings and events include:
-“The Great Victorian Moving Picture Show, Part 1: New Restorations from the British Film Institute,” with BFI curator Bryony Dixon in person
-“The Great Victorian Moving Picture Show, Part 2: Selections from the Biograph Collection at the Museum of Modern Art,” with historians Paul Spehr and James Layton in person
-“Changing Hues: Color Innovations in British Silent Cinema,” with BFI curator Bryony Dixon in person
– Fragment of an Empire (1929), introduced by Peter Bagrov, George Eastman Museum.
– Faust (1926), introduced by Stefan Droessler, Munich Fimmuseum
– “Orphans at MoMA: Rareties of African-American and LGBTQ Cinema–and More,” introduced by Dan Streible, Ina Archer, and others.
For the full schedule and to purchase tickets, click here.