Film at MOCA The Last Angel of History The Last Angel of History is one of the most influential video-essays of the 1990s influencing filmmakers and inspiring conferences, novels and exhibitions. BAFC’s exploration of the chromatic possibilities of digital video is embedded within a mythology of the future that creates connections »
Film at MOCA Shopping Bag Spirits & Freeway Fetishes: Reflections on Ritual Space This experimental documentary depicts nine different artists who use ritual in their work to touch upon their cultural past.
Film at MOCA Water Ritual #1 An original and visionary work, this film references ancient rituals as a young woman performs a purification rite in a crumbling urban setting.
Director Jonathan Demme’s profile of Haitian radio journalist and human rights activist Jean Dominque includes historical footage and personal interviews. Dominique was assassinated in April, 2000
Wednesday, June 6 @ 7 pm Film at MOCA / Howl Howl, 2010 Directed by: Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman Running time = 85 min Howl is a 2010 American experimental film which explores both the Six Gallery debut and the 1957 obscenity trial of 20th century American poet Allen »
Wednesday, July 11 @ 7 pm Film at MOCA / Naked Lunch Naked Lunch is the 1991 Canadian/British/Japanese film adaptation, directed by David Cronenberg, of William S. Burroughs’ novel of the same name. Featuring Peter Weller, Ian Holm, Judy Davis, and Roy Scheider, the film is a co-production by film »
Wednesday, August 1 @ 7 pm Film at MOCA / Premium and Miracle by Ed Ruscha FREE WITH MUSEUM ADMISSION Two of Ed Ruscha’s rare early films will be screened at MOCA, North Miami.