Richard Williams: Master of Animation
Twelve unique zones, accompanied by matching chapters from Richard Williams's new iPad App, show aspiring animators and pros alike how to direct animation, and how Williams approaches character movement, dialogue, animal action and more.
85 Years of Treasures from the Warner Bros. Photo Lab.
The world premiere of a free exhibition delving into the central themes and motifs of the nine-time Oscar nominee’s body of work.
Exploring the creative process behind the 1958 Alfred Hitchcock thriller “Vertigo.”
An exhibition of the work of master humorist Chuck Jones.
A showcase of work from visual effects pioneer Ray Harryhausen.
Posters from the Ten Best Picture Nominees, 1936–1943
Illustrated One-Sheets and Design Concepts from the Paul Crifo Archive
Creating the Hollywood Studio System, 1920–1936
A look at film production in Los Angeles from 1909 to 1914.
An exhibition exploring the history, aesthetics and production of Japanese animation.
Examples of costume design for color films from the 1940s through the 1960s.
A showcase of original pages from Federico Fellini’s Book of Dreams
More than 100 pieces of original artwork
Creating the Alfred Hitchcock Film
A Life’s Drawings
5 Decades of Photographs by Douglas Kirkland
The Art of Hand-Drawn Animation
The Art and Artists of Matte Painting
William B. Major, Harold Michelson and Tyrus Wong
Posters from 50 Years of Foreign Language Film Award Winners
Psychology and Film since Sigmund Freud
From the Collection of Cosprop, London