Jun 17, 2018

“Denis’s foray into the often-goofy world of the rom-com is at once a cold bath of realism and a bewitching portrait of the power of love — however fleeting that feeling may be.” David Sims,
The Atlantic

Jun 17, 2018

“Denis’s foray into the often-goofy world of the rom-com is at once a cold bath of realism and a bewitching portrait of the power of love — however fleeting that feeling may be.” David Sims,
The Atlantic

Jun 17, 2018

“Denis’s foray into the often-goofy world of the rom-com is at once a cold bath of realism and a bewitching portrait of the power of love — however fleeting that feeling may be.” David Sims,
The Atlantic

Jun 19, 2018

Evangelion: 3.0 You Can (Not) Redo, 2012
Mahiro Maeda, Masayuki, Kazuya Tsurumaki, Hideaki Anno

Tuesday Evenings at the Modern: Films is a summer extension of the lecture series. This film-based weekly program runs through the summer months and strives to continue the consideration of ideas and issues pertaining to the art and architecture of the Modern, as well as to contemporary art in general. The screenings this summer focus on the films and recommendations of the artist Takashi Murakami. Visit www.themodern.org/films for more information.

Jun 21, 2018 - Jun 21, 2018

Montreal's Helena Deland writes songs that are a testimony of a given time or place, converting her memories to something that sounds, in a word, unforgettable. A myriad of influences filter in and out of her writing, from '60's Parisian pop to indie folk to fuzz rock. She describes her songwriting as a collection of 'unsent letters,' perhaps fueling her self coined genre, 'sincere pop.' Helena captures the unapologetic aspects of womanhood the world needs today, highlighting powerful femininity in her vocals and refined writing in her unique lyrical choices. 

Jun 22, 2018

“What warmth there is - and it is considerable - radiates from its three lead performers and a script (adapted from Naomi Alderman’s 2006 novel) that treats each of the central characters as neither hero nor villain.” Mark Jenkins, Washington Post.

Jun 22, 2018

“What warmth there is - and it is considerable - radiates from its three lead performers and a script (adapted from Naomi Alderman’s 2006 novel) that treats each of the central characters as neither hero nor villain.” Mark Jenkins, Washington Post.

Jun 22, 2018

“What warmth there is - and it is considerable - radiates from its three lead performers and a script (adapted from Naomi Alderman’s 2006 novel) that treats each of the central characters as neither hero nor villain.” Mark Jenkins, Washington Post.

Jun 23, 2018

CALL ME BY YOUR NAME, the new film by Luca Guadagnino, is a sensual and transcendent tale of first love, based on the acclaimed novel by André Aciman. It's the summer of 1983 in the north of Italy, and Elio Perlman (Timothée Chalamet), a precocious 17- year-old American-Italian, spends his days in his family's 17th century villa transcribing and playing classical music, reading, and flirting with his friend Marzia (Esther Garrel).

Jun 23, 2018

“What warmth there is - and it is considerable - radiates from its three lead performers and a script (adapted from Naomi Alderman’s 2006 novel) that treats each of the central characters as neither hero nor villain.” Mark Jenkins, Washington Post.

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