The Museum of Modern Art tribute to the career of Daniel Craig has been cut short by the coronavirus pandemic Photo: Anne-Katrin Titze
The Museum of Modern Art announced that it will be closed at least until March 30, cancelling their tribute to Daniel Craig (Roger Mitchell’s Enduring Love; Sam Mendes’s Road To Perdition, Skyfall; Steven Spielberg’s Munich; Matthew Vaughn’s Layer Cake; Martin Campbell’s Casino Royale; David Fincher’s The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo; Rian Johnson’s Knives Out; John Maybury’s Love Is The Devil: Study For A Portrait Of Francis Bacon) which would have started today, March 14.
They Will Take My Island, Atom Egoyan’s collaboration with composer Mary Kouyoumdjian and projection artist Laurie Olinder on Arshile Gorky, which was scheduled for March 27 at The Metropolitan Museum of Art has been cancelled because the museum, which is celebrating its 150th anniversary this year, is undergoing a thorough cleaning.
IFC Center announced it was closing today through March 31, where Kleber Mendonça Filho and Juliano Dornelles’s Bacurau opened and was still screening. BAM Rose Cinemas, operating at 50 percent capacity is the only location in the city now showing the film. Mapping Bacurau which was to have started yesterday at Film at Lincoln Center has been cancelled.
Anthology Film Archives has suspended programming through March.