The Museum of Modern Art has announced its 11th annual Documentary Fortnight festival will be opening on February 16th with film archivist Jim Hubbard's "United in Anger: A History of ACT UP" and Tatiana Huezo Sanchez's "The Tiniest Place." Hubbard and Sanchez will both be in attendance for a post-screening Q&A sessions.
Special events include a retrospective for Paper Tiger Television with two screenings of "Paper Tiger Television: Thirty Years of Alternative Media" on February 24 & 25th and two "Guided Tours to the Interactive Documentary" on February 18th.
Off-site special events include two screenings of D.A. Pennebaker's "Elizabeth and Mary" at Nitehawk Cinema in Greenpoint and Williamsburg on February 21st.
The festival will close on February 28th with U.S. premieres of Zeljka Sukova's "Marija's Own" and Orri Jonsson, Kristen Bjork Kristjansdottir, and Ingibjorg Birgisdottir's "Grandma Lo-fi."
The festival runs from February 16-28th
All films screening below:
"The Tineist Place," Tatiana Huezo
"Gravity Hill Newsreels" 2 & 3, Jem Cohen
"United in Anger: A History of ACT UP," Jim Hubbard
"Ivan & Ivana," Jeff Silva
"Aita," Jose Maria de Orbe
"Without Gorky," Cosima Spender
"Nainsukh," Amit Dutta
"The Ground We Stand On," Julie Orser & Jon Irving
"Imagining Emanuel," Thomas Ostbye
"Rouge Parole," Elyes Baccar
"When the Bough Breaks," Ji Dan
"Elizabeth and Mary," D.A. Pennebaker
"Kalendar," Naomi Uman
"Wildness," Wu Tsang
"Polvo (Dust)," Angela Reginato
"Argentinian Lesson," Wojciech Staron
"Taken By Storm: The Art of Storm Thorgerson and Hipgnosis," Roddy Bogawa
"El Field," Daniel Rosas
"The Great Northwest," Matt McCormick
"The Average of the Average," Michael Madsen
"Abendland," Nikolaus Geyrhalter
"!Vivan Las Antipodes!" Victor Kossavovsky
"Marija's Own," Zeljka Sukova
"Byun, Objet Trouve," Marie Losier
"Grandma Lo-fi," Ingibjorg Birgisdottir