Canceled – Live Event
First Look “Working on It” Day 3

Part of First Look 2020 & First Look: "Working on It"
Friday, March 13, All Day
Museum of the Moving Image

Please note: This event has been canceled. If you purchased a ticket, please contact visitorservices@movingimage.us for more information.

Co-presented with and sponsored by The BFA Film Department, School of Visual Arts and Sundance Institute Documentary Film Program

12:00 p.m. First thoughts by filmmakers Bennett Elliott and Robert Kolodny

12:00 p.m. Work-in-progress presentation: Maya Daisy Hawke’s Unfated Yet, a series of live cinema experiments ruminating on notions of collaboration, personal expression, and the infamous master Zerhogg. (Redstone Theater)

1:00 p.m. Please note: A conversation with filmmaker Robb Moss will no longer be taking place because Moss is not able to attend.

2:30 p.m. Passage to a Viewing Booth: Director Ra’anan Alexandrowicz recounts his personal, professional, and moral journey through previous films The Inner Tour and The Law in These Parts, culminating in a screening of his latest, The Viewing Booth. (Redstone Theater)

5:00–6:30 p.m. Off the Record: Happy Hour hosted by The BFA Film Department, School of Visual Arts

5:30 p.m. Please note: this Work-in-progress presentation will no longer be taking place as Peter Galison can no longer attend. Filmmaker Peter Galison shares footage from his latest project, followed by a discussion with Sonia Epstein, Associate Curator of Science & Film. BY INVITATION ONLY. (Bartos Screening Room)

6:00 p.m. October Country, world premiere of a live score by Michael Palmieri and Donal Mosher. More info

First Look “Working on It” Day 3 Pass: $20 ($16 students). Order pass online
First Look “Working on It” All-Sessions Pass (Mar 11–13): $50. Order pass online.

Purchase includes same-day Museum admission. "Working on It" sessions are free for MoMI members beginning at the Senior and Student levels.