The Museum of Modern Art opened its doors to present a New York retrospective on a filmmaker of the so-called New Argentine Cinema of the past decade. MoMA presented the films of celebrated Argentine director Lisandro Alonso this past weekend, showing his four feature films to date: La libertad (Liberty, 2001), Los muertos (2004, The Dead), Liverpool (2008) and the local premiere of Fantasma (2006). The filmmaker was in attendance for Q&A sessions after the screening of two of his films. The series continues for a couple of more days until June 30th.
Pictured (left to right): MoMA's Sally Berger, Lisandro Alonso, film critic Dennis Lim, and Mary Kerr, Executive Director of the Flaherty Seminar.