At Home #6 - MoMA’s Rajendra Roy


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Every year, the New Directors/New Films festival introduces audiences to fresh and adventurous cinema from around the world. It’s presented by Film at Lincoln Center and the Museum of Modern Art, and for many New York moviegoers, it’s a lovely prelude to the spring. This year, the 49th edition has been postponed, and so we thought it would be nice to sit down with MoMA’s chief curator of film, Rajendra Roy, for another installment in the Film Comment Podcast: At Home. We talked about a couple of Raj’s comfort food movies—including David Lynch’s Dune and Joseph L. Mankiewicz’s All About Eve—and we also discussed how an institution like MoMA plans to adapt its film programming to the current moment. Also joining FC Editor-in-Chief Nicolas Rapold were Clinton Krute, FC digital editor, and FC Devika Girish, assistant editor. If you’re a longtime Film Comment subscriber, listener, or reader, or are just tuning in now, please consider becoming a member or making a donation to our publisher, Film at Lincoln Center, during these unprecedented times:

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