The Museum of Modern Art’s film department hosted Wednesday night’s launch party for New Directors/New Films 2010, although the program is co-sponsored by MOMA and the Film Society of Lincoln Center. The opening-night film was Richard Press‘s Bill Cunningham New York, a likable, open-hearted, intensely New Yorkish documentary about the legendary N.Y.Times fashion photographer (i.e., “On The Street”).
Author/journalist Peter Biskind (Star: How Warren Beatty Seduced America), Film Society of Lincoln Center executive director Mara Manus — Wednesday, 3.24, 9:55 pm.
Current under-the-table bookings at the Coliseum on 181st Street.
The main attraction of MOMA’s Tim Burton exhibit.
Publicist Donna Dickman; Beautiful Darling director James Rasin. (The doc’s full title is actually Beautiful Darling: The Life and Times of Candy Darling, Andy Warhol Superstar.)