Yearly Archives: 2016

Morris Engel films in THE DAILY PIC – Artnet News

  Morris Engel, Indie Film’s Neglected Pioneer THE DAILY PIC (#1636): I’m ashamed that I’d never heard of the films of Morris Engel until just recently, given how wonderful and influential they are. Francois Truffaut said that the movies of the French New Wave would… Continue reading

Morris Engel photograph from PM included in exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Photo above – Copyright Morris Engel  with Ad Reinhardt Dream States: Contemporary Photographs and Video May 16, 2016 – October 30, 2016 Exhibition Overview Artists have always turned to dreams as a source of inspiration, a retreat from reason, and a space for exploring imagination… Continue reading

PM Exhibition featuring Morris Engel opens at Steven Kasher Gallery in NY 1/14/16

PM EXHIBITION AT STEVEN KASHER GALLERY IN JANUARY 2016 Morris Engel worked on the staff of PM in the 1940’s and it was one of the most exciting and rewarding times of his photographic career.  He photographed Babe Ruth, Mayor Fiorello La guardia, Ingrid Bergman,… Continue reading

LITTLE FUGITIVE ON TURNER CLASSIC MOVIES (TCM) on 1/12/16

         LITTLE FUGITIVE ON TCM – JANUARY 12, 2016 AT 8:00PM To celebrate the 80th Anniversary of the Museum of Modern Art Film Archive,  LITTLE FUGITIVE will be shown on Turner Classic Movies (TCM).  LOVERS and LOLLIPOPS and WEDDINGS and BABIES and two… Continue reading

CONEY ISLAND EXHIBIT AT BROOKLYN MUSEUM – 3/13/16

       CONEY ISLAND: Visions of an American Dreamland, 1861 – 2008 is at the Brooklyn Museum of Art until 3/13/16.  Morris Engel’s photographs and a clip from LITTLE FUGITIVE are included in this exhibit. www.brooklynmuseum.org

LOVERS AND LOLLIPOPS double feature with CAROL

LOVERS and LOLLIPOPS double feature with Todd Haynes new film CAROL at Lincoln Center 11/18/15      Join us for a special double-feature event with screenings of Carol and Lovers and Lollipops, plus an extended conversation with Todd Haynes. CAROL Todd Haynes, USA, 2015, DCP, 118m Haynes’s… Continue reading