The New Rijksmuseum
At the Museum: A Pilgrimage of Vanquished Objects
That Which Is Possible
BAMPFA Collection Print
Bruegel’s painting The Way to Calvary is brought to life in this technologically stunning interpretation “starring” Rutger Hauer, Michael York, and Charlotte Rampling. With short Black Mirror at The National Gallery.Buy Tickets
A droll and engrossing look at the restoration of Paris's Natural History Museum and the reinstatement of its inhabitants—elephants, badgers, butterflies, and more. With shorts Circuit (Amie Siegel) and The Wake (Dana Levy).
Sokoruv’s technically astounding feature—shot entirely in one continuous, unbroken take—moves through St. Petersburg’s Hermitage Museum, and entire eras of Russian history and culture. “A magnificent conjuring act, an eerie historical mirage” (NY Times).Buy Tickets
Jeanne Finley and Judy Fiskin in person
Artists look at museums with wit, insight, and in some cases, pointed critique, in this group of shorts. Includes films by Andrea Fraser, Jeanne Finley, Ximena Cuevas, Amie Siegel, and Judy Fiskin.
An intimate portrait of a community of artists, musicians, and writers who create work at the Living Museum, located on the grounds of a psychiatric center. With the Quay Brothers short, The Phantom Museum.
Russian master Alexander Sokurov's portrait of the Louvre extends into a transcendent investigation of art, life, and cultural and political power. With Alain Resnais and Chris Marker’s short, Statues Also Die.
Turkish writer Orhan Pamuk’s Museum of Innocence captures “the magic of ordinary objects”; this film does the same, and showcases Pamuk’s relationship to his beloved Istanbul. With Dana Levy’s short, Dead World Order.Buy Tickets