By Cameron Sinz | Indiewire February 26, 2013 at 10:52AM
New York's Museum of the Moving Image is preparing a full retrospective of the films of controversial independent director Harmony Korine, running from March 8-22.
While none of Korine's writing collaboration with director Larry Clark will be shown, the series will include screenings of all five of Korine's directorial features, including a special advance screening of the upcoming "Spring Breakers" with Korine in attendance on March 12th.
"Gummo" will open the series, followed by screenings of "Mister Lonely," "Julien Donkey-boy," and "Trash Humpers," which will close the series. Admission to each screening, excluding "Spring Breakers," which requires a separate ticket purchase, is included with a ticket to the museum on any screening day.
For those not able to attend the retrospective, "Spring Breakers," will be released three days later on March 15 in NY and LA, followed by a nationwide release on March 22. For more information on the retrospective's ticketing and scheduling, visit MOMI's website.