Martin Scorsese, the first major exhibition about the director’s deeply intertwined career and life, explores Scorsese’s remarkable half-century of filmmaking within the context of his personal history and his love of cinema. Drawing extensively from Scorsese’s own collection, the exhibition includes production material from his key films, objects from his childhood, behind-the-scenes images, and large-scale projections of scenes from his work.
During the run of the exhibition, the Museum of the Moving Image will present a comprehensive retrospective of the director’s work, with the best available film prints and restored versions of his films, supplemented with personal appearances. Additional screenings will feature a selection from the hundreds of classic movies restored by the Film Foundation under Scorsese’s supervision, and a selection of films that formed his lifelong love of cinema.
Organized by the Deutsche Kinemathek - Museum für Film und Fernsehen, Berlin. December 11 - April 23, 2017.