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American Museum of Moving Image Information
American Museum of Moving Image Info
When to Go:
During movie screenings
Open all year
- The Museum of Moving Image New York had a grand re-opening on January 15, 2011, so the museum exhibits and fimls have been recently updated.
American Museum of Moving Image Quick Facts
- NYC Museum of Moving Image covers various artistic aspects of film and digital media.
- Museum of Moving Image NYC offers exhibits, film screenings, and more.
- American Museum of Moving Image features artifacts from old movie sets and stages.
3601 35th Ave
Phone Number: 718.777.6888
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American Museum of Moving Image is a historical collection of all things film and media
This tour is FREE!
Features: NYC Museum of Moving Image is a museum dedicated to historical artifacts and exhibits from film, television, and digital media. It features a wide collection of old film props, exhibits dedicated to old film and television, as well as screenings of movies. The New York American Museum of Moving Image NY is also one of the largest collections of video game hardware.
Why We Go: NYC Museum of Moving Image has one of the biggest collections of old hardware for films, video games, and television, preserving the history and past of media as it has evolved over the years.
- Extensive Info: Anything that is tied to digital media can be found here at the New York American Museum of Moving Image NY. This ranges from film, to television, and even video games.
- Screenings: Occasional film screenings are held at NYC Museum of Moving Image. These screenings are usually accompanied by people in the industry that can explain the film from a technical or development standpoint.
- Web Resource: NYC Museum of Moving Image also offers a valuable web resource to people who want to learn more about the history and development of films and media. These pages feature a database of artifacts at the museum, articles from people in the film and media industry about the history of moving image, and historical info as well as downloads of classic computer games.
Inside Knowledge: NYC Museum of Moving Image originally opened in 1977 when it was originally called the Astoria Motion Picture and Television Center Foundation.
Do's and Don'ts:
- Do See a Screening: The movie screenings at NYC Museum of Moving Image are entertaining, informative, and very educational. Film buffs will not want to miss these if they are in town.
- Do Come if You Study the Arts: If you are going to school in the entertainment, arts, or computer science industry, then you will want ot check out the NYC Museum of Moving Image. It's not only informative on the history of production and marketing for films and television. It is also great for showing the evolutions of these mediums so that students of these fields can understand more of the economical side of film and media.
- Don't Assume Exhibits are Out-Dated: The museum was closed for renovations for some time, but the official grand re-opening occurred on January 15 2011, so be sure to visit the new and improved NYC Museum.
- Don't Expect Screenings with Admission: The movie screenings that take place at NYC Museum of Moving Image cost extra. Make sure to keep this in mind when you consider going to one.