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Admission: $9
Seniors (62+) & Students with ID: $8
Members: $7
Insider Access Members: Free

Sep
23
Sat
Norwegian Film Weekend
Sep 23 – Sep 24 all-day

Norwegian Film Weekend

Join us for a weekend of Norwegian cinema celebrating the special exhibition Sublime North: Romantic Painters Discover Norway.

Ticket Packages:

Full Weekend
Includes the full weekend of films, tours, and Saturday night’s dinner in the Museum Café. Full weekend packages are available for purchase online now. $60/$55 members.

Saturday Single Films
Regular film admission applies for individual Saturday films; purchase at the door. $9/$8 seniors and students/$7 members.

Sunday
Admission to one Sunday film includes the second film as well as the exhibition tour; purchase at the door. $9/$8 seniors and students/$7 members.

Saturday, September 23

11am | Insomnia
In a northern Norwegian city, a Swedish murder investigator struggles with sleeplessness as he tries to solve a murder. Crime thriller.
1997. 96 min. Not Rated. Directed by Erik Skjoldbjærg. Starring Stellan Skarsgård.

12:40pm | Headhunters (HODEJEGERNE)
An accomplished headhunter moonlights as an art thief. Crime thrilled—some graphic violence.
2011. 100 min. Rated R. Directed by Morten Tyldum.

2:30pm | Kitchen Stories (SALMER FRA KJØKKENET) 
In this quirky comedy, a scientific observer’s job of observing an old cantankerous single man’s kitchen habits is complicated by his growing friendship with the homeowner.
2003. 95 min. Rated PG. Directed by Bent Hamer.

4:10pm | Tour of Sublime North: Romantic Painters Discover Norway

5:15pm | Dinner in the Museum Café—click here to view the menu!

Sunday, September 24

12:30pm | Tour of Sublime North: Romantic Painters Discover Norway

2pm | Elling
Two institutionalized men are given a chance to live independently as roommates in an Oslo apartment. Quirky comedy.
2001. 89 min. Rated R. Directed by Petter Næss.

3:30pm | Monster Thursday (MONSTERTORSDAG)
Set in remote coastal Norway, this quirky film takes us on a tumultuous ride through extreme weather and the love lives of a group of friends.
2004. 99 min. Not Rated. Directed by Arild Østin Ommundsen.

 

Come back the weekend of December 2-3 for even more Norwegian films!

Sep
30
Sat
Film: Coco Before Chanel
Sep 30 @ 2:00 pm

Part of the Where in the World is J.P. Morgan film series, celebrating the special exhibition Morgan: Mind of the Collector by traveling through film to the cities in which Morgan spent time, including Paris, Cairo, London, New York, Florence and Venice.

COCO BEFORE CHANEL (COCO AVANT CHANEL)

The story of Coco Chanel’s rise from obscure beginnings to the heights of the fashion world.

2009. France. 105 min. Rated PG-13. Subtitles. Directed by Anne Fontaine. Starring Audrey Tautou.

Preceded by a 12:30pm tour of Morgan: Mind of the Collector (included with film admission). Presented in partership with the Costume & Textile Society of the Wadsworth Atheneum. A Coco Chanel gown from the museum’s collection will be on view.

Film Tickets:
$9 Regular Admission
$8 Seniors (62+) and Students with ID
$7 Members
Tickets are available for purchase at the door.

 

Oct
1
Sun
Film: Cairo Time
Oct 1 @ 2:00 pm

Part of the Where in the World is J.P. Morgan film series, celebrating the special exhibition Morgan: Mind of the Collector by traveling through film to the cities in which Morgan spent time, including Paris, Cairo, London, New York, Florence and Venice.

CAIRO TIME

A romantic tale about a brief, unexpected love affair that catches two people completely off-guard.

2009. Canada/Egypt. 90 min. Rated PG. English and Subtitles. Directed by Ruba Nadda. Starring Patricia Clarkson and Alexander Siddig.

Preceded by a 12:30pm tour of Morgan: Mind of the Collector (included with film admission).

Film Tickets:
$9 Regular Admission
$8 Seniors (62+) and Students with ID
$7 Members
Tickets are available for purchase at the door.

 

Oct
5
Thu
Film: An Ideal Husband
Oct 5 @ 8:00 pm

Part of the Where in the World is J.P. Morgan film series, celebrating the special exhibition Morgan: Mind of the Collector by traveling through film to the cities in which Morgan spent time, including Paris, Cairo, London, New York, Florence and Venice.

AN IDEAL HUSBAND

The successful life of a married and well-to-do government minister is threatened when a woman appears in London with damming evidence of his past misdeeds. Comedy.

1999. UK/USA. 97 min. Rated PG-13. Directed by Oliver Parker. Starring Rupert Everett, Julianne Moore, Minnie Driver, and Kate Blanchett.

Free with admission to Art After Dark: Treasure Trove.

 

Oct
6
Fri
Manhattan Short Film Festival 2017
Oct 6 @ 7:00 pm

A favorite annual tradition: over 100,000 cineastes across the globe unite for one week to screen and vote on their favorite selections from this year’s line-up of international short films. 2017.

All Showtimes:
Friday, October 6 at 7pm
Saturday, October 7 at 7pm
Sunday, October 8 at 2pm

Film Tickets:
$9 Regular Admission
$8 Seniors (62+) and Students with ID
$7 Members
(Available for purchase at the door)

 

Oct
7
Sat
Manhattan Short Film Festival 2017
Oct 7 @ 7:00 pm

A favorite annual tradition: over 100,000 cineastes across the globe unite for one week to screen and vote on their favorite selections from this year’s line-up of international short films. 2017.

All Showtimes:
Friday, October 6 at 7pm
Saturday, October 7 at 7pm
Sunday, October 8 at 2pm

Film Tickets:
$9 Regular Admission
$8 Seniors (62+) and Students with ID
$7 Members
(Available for purchase at the door)

 

Oct
8
Sun
Manhattan Short Film Festival 2017
Oct 8 @ 2:00 pm

A favorite annual tradition: over 100,000 cineastes across the globe unite for one week to screen and vote on their favorite selections from this year’s line-up of international short films. 2017.

All Showtimes:
Friday, October 6 at 7pm
Saturday, October 7 at 7pm
Sunday, October 8 at 2pm

Film Tickets:
$9 Regular Admission
$8 Seniors (62+) and Students with ID
$7 Members
(Available for purchase at the door)

 

Oct
12
Thu
Film: The Age of Innocence
Oct 12 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Part of the Where in the World is J.P. Morgan film series, celebrating the special exhibition Morgan: Mind of the Collector by traveling through film to the cities in which Morgan spent time, including Paris, Cairo, London, New York, Florence and Venice.

THE AGE OF INNOCENCE

A tale of 19th-century New York high society in which a young lawyer falls in love with a woman separated from her husband, while he is engaged to her cousin.

1993. USA. 139 min. Rated PG. Directed by Martin Scorsese. Starring Michelle Pfeiffer, Daniel Day-Lewis, and Winona Ryder.

Enjoy an evening in the Bar Car pop-up bar before the screening! More details coming soon.

Film Tickets:
$9 Regular Admission
$8 Seniors (62+) and Students with ID
$7 Members
Tickets are available for purchase at the door.

Oct
14
Sat
Film: A Room with a View
Oct 14 @ 2:00 pm

Part of the Where in the World is J.P. Morgan film series, celebrating the special exhibition Morgan: Mind of the Collector by traveling through film to the cities in which Morgan spent time, including Paris, Cairo, London, New York, Florence and Venice.

A ROOM WITH A VIEW

A young woman makes her first visit to Florence in the early 1900s and while there, meets an eccentric young man. On her return home, she must decide whether to follow through with her marriage to her fiancé, or follow her heart.

1985. UK. 117 min. Not Rated. Directed by James Ivory. Starring Maggie Smith and Helena Bonham Carter.

Preceded by a 12:30pm tour of Morgan: Mind of the Collector (included with film admission).

Film Tickets:
$9 Regular Admission
$8 Seniors (62+) and Students with ID
$7 Members
Tickets are available for purchase at the door.

 

Oct
15
Sun
Film: Death in Venice
Oct 15 @ 2:00 pm

Part of the Where in the World is J.P. Morgan film series, celebrating the special exhibition Morgan: Mind of the Collector by traveling through film to the cities in which Morgan spent time, including Paris, Cairo, London, New York, Florence and Venice.

DEATH IN VENICE (MORTE A VENEZIA)

An avant-garde composer (loosely based on Gustav Mahler) travels to a Venetian seaside resort in search of repose after a period of personal and artistic stress. But he finds no peace there, for he soon develops a troubling attraction to an adolescent boy.

2001. Italy. 130 min. Subtitles. Directed by Luchino Visconti.

Preceded by a 12:30pm tour of Morgan: Mind of the Collector (included with film admission).

Film Tickets:
$9 Regular Admission
$8 Seniors (62+) and Students with ID
$7 Members
Tickets are available for purchase at the door.