Christopher Kelly Modern Cinema - Monthly Series

  • February 13, 2014 - 7:00pm

Two decades after Anita Hill accused then-Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment as an electrified nation followed the saga on their television screens, Oscar-winning director Freida Lee Mock (Maya Lin: A Strong Clear Vision) revisits the notorious case – and raises provocative questions about race, gender, politics and class in the media age. Featuring interviews with New York Times editor Jill Abramson, New Yorker journalist Jane Mayer, Harvard law professor Charles Ogletree, Anita thrillingly challenges our previously held assumptions about one of the most bizarre chapters of recent American history. 85 minutes.


The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth partners with film critic Christopher Kelly to host regular "Modern Cinema" screenings - sneak previews of critically acclaimed titles, unsung highlights from the film festival circuit, and newly restored classic films - on a monthly basis. Kelly introduces the films, and closes with a  Q&A session. Film titles will be announced 2 weeks in advance. Screenings are held in the Museum's auditorium.

Passes for the series (six films) are $55, $45 for Modern members, $35 for Reel People members.

Single tickets go on sale two hours prior to show time and run $10, $8 for Modern members $7 for Reel People members. For passes or Reel People member single tickets, please call 817.738.9215 or visit the information desk at the Modern.