American Stories Film Exhibition at MoMA NY. A fantastic selection of Oscar’s Docs which explores the history, culture and politics of the United States.
This year Oscar’s Docs, the annual collaboration between the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and MoMA’s Department of Film, highlights documentary films that explore the history, culture, and politics of the United States. This year’s selection of Oscar-winning films reveal stories of the nation’s many complicated facets—ugly, funny, terrifying, and inspiring. This wide range of shorts and feature-length films celebrates issues of art, science, invention, politics, religion, labor, education, aging, race, and sexuality.
Oscar’s Docs, 1955–2002: American Stories. February 2–14, 2013
Organized by Rajendra Roy, The Celeste Bartos Chief Curator of Film, MoMA, and Ed Carter, Documentary Curator, Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences. All prints courtesy of the Academy Film Archive.
You can see American Dream, Maya Lin a Strong Clear Vision, Princeton a Search for Answers, The Stone Carvers, The Personals: Improvisations on Romance in the Golden Years, Common Threads: Stories From the Quilt, Marjoe, Twin Towers or The Great American Cowboy among others.
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