Internationally acclaimed Women Make Movies filmmaker Kim Longinotto, is being honored with a 2 week exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art. Here's a lady getting some well-deserved recognition for her 'compelling human portraits... and compassionate treatment of difficult topics', through fearless cinema verite style from the perspective of society's unheard voices. With 14 documentaries made by Longinotto over a 30 year span, including award winning pieces Rough Aunties, Divorce Iranian Style, Hold Me Tight, Let Me Go, and Sisters in Law (winner of a 2008 Peabody Award and 2 Cannes Awards), there's a film for everybody to check out. Take a look at the exhibition schedule, which runs from May 7th-23rd, to see what days you want to attend. Added bonus, Longinotto herself will be there for a discussion the first 4 dates! -Ali
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