The Complete Howard Hawks at Museum of the Moving Image
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Howard Hawks (1896-1977) was the consummate Hollywood director whose distinct personal style marked such classics as Scarface, To Have and Have Not, His Girl Friday, Twentieth Century, and Rio Bravo. The Museum presents a 39-film retrospective of the great American director who made films in almost every conceivable genre, while maintaining a style that was direct, energetic, and lucid. Series highlights include new, rarely shown, and/or restored archival 35mm prints of Ball of Fire (1942); I Was a Male War Bride (1949); Scarface (1932); The Dawn Patrol (1930); Only Angels Have Wings (1939); as well as the silent feature Fig Leaves (1927) and more. The retrospective includes all of Hawks's existing features and will all be presented on film.
Venue Description: Museum of the Moving Image advances the understanding, enjoyment, and appreciation of the art, history, technique, and technology of film, television, and digital media. In its expanded and renovated facilities - acclaimed for both its accessibility and bold design - the Museum presents exhibitions; screenings of significant works; discussion programs featuring actors, directors, craftspeople, and business leaders; and education programs which serve more than 50,000 students each year. The Museum also houses a significant collection of moving-image artifacts.