|Date/Time:||Tuesday, Nov 5 | 2–4pm
|Admission:||Free in conjunction with Free First Tuesdays|
About the Program
Set in a futuristic dystopia, Metropolis (1927) takes place in 2026 “when the populace is divided between workers who must live in the dark underground and the rich who enjoy a futuristic city of splendor.” Directed by Fritz Lang and considered a crowning achievement of German expressionist film (124 min). Presented in conjunction with Work in Progress: Considering Utopia; free in conjunction with Free First Tuesdays.
Image: Courtesy of Kino Lorber, Inc.
Public Programs and New Media Initiatives at The Contemporary Jewish Museum are made possible with lead support from The Jim Joseph Foundation. Major support has been provided by the Leavitt Family and supporting sponsorship comes from The Toole Family Charitable Foundation, David B. Gold Foundation, In Memory of Benjamin Alpert.
Films on Free First Tuesdays are made possible by The John & Marcia Goldman Foundation.