Stealing the Fire @ MOMA

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Date/Time: 02/05/2003 12:00 am


“>The Museum of Modern Art holds its Film and Media exhibitions in its temporary new home at The Gramercy Theatre on Twenty-third Street. Film and Media exhibitions remain at The Gramercy Theatre until the Museum reopens in Manhattan in early 2005.
MoMA Film at The Gramercy Theatre
127 East 23 Street (at Lexington Avenue)
New York, New York
Box office: (212) 777-4900
The Gramercy Theatre is wheelchair accessible
and is equipped with an infrared listening system.
By subway take the 6 train to 23 St., or N or R train to 23 St.
By bus, take the M23 to Lexington Ave.; M1 to Park Ave. and 23 St.; or the M101, M102, M103 to Third Ave. and 23 St.
Box Office Hours
Monday and Thursday, 1:30-8:30 p.m.
Friday, 1:30-9:30 p.m.
Saturday, 12:30-9:30 p.m.
Sunday, 12:30-7:30 p.m.
closed Tuesday and Wednesday
Adults $12
Students (with current identification) and seniors (65 and over) $8.50
Children under 16 accompanied by an adult free
Members free
Stealing the Fire. 2001. USA. Directed by John Friedman, Eric Nadler. How did Saddam Hussein get his hands on nuclear technology? Directors Nadler and Friedman follow a nightmarishly convoluted international trail in search of the origins of the centrifuge scandal, which takes them from the Middle East and South America of the present day to Adolph Hitler’s Germany. In English and German with English subtitles. 95 min.
Friday, May 2, 5:00
Part of Sundance at MoMA: Illuminated Voices

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