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On Screen @ The Hyde

The Hyde is excited to host a new series of art focused films in the Museum auditorium!

All screenings are in the Helen Froehlich Auditorium. Visitors are asked to arrive 15 minutes before the film start time to allow for check-in at the front desk. On Screen film tickets do not include the cost of admission to the Museum. If you wish to view the Museum before or after the film, there will be a discounted admission fee of $5 payable at the front desk. Members view the Museum for free!
Thank you to our 2024 Lead Education Sponsors Francie and Robert Nemer.
Additional support for On Screen @ The Hyde is provided by Robert and Susan Hahm.
The Met: Live in HD series is made possible by a generous grant from its founding sponsor, the Neubauer Family Foundation. Digital support of The Met: Live in HD is provided by Bloomberg Philanthropies. The Met: Live in HD series is supported by Rolex.

 

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Spellbound

Saturday August 17 @ 3 pm
Director Alfred Hitchcock’s case of mind over murder centers on a psychiatrist trying to help an amnesiac who may be a killer. This classic 1945 film is a collaboration between master of suspense Alfred Hitchcock and surrealist Salvador Dali, resulting in a truly imaginative psychological thriller.  
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Exhibition on Screen | John Singer Sargent: Fashion and Swagger  

Saturday August 31 @ 3 pm
John Singer Sargent is known as the greatest portrait artist of his era. What made his ‘swagger’ portraits remarkable was his power over his sitters, what they wore and how they were presented to the audience. Through interviews with curators, contemporary fashionistas and style influencers, Exhibition on Screen’s film will examine how Sargent’s unique practice has influenced modern art, culture and fashion.   
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Great Art on Screen | Picasso: A Rebel in Paris

Saturday, September 21 @ 1 pm

Fifty years after his passing, we embark on a journey through Pablo Picasso’s Paris, amidst sunshine and shadow, convictions and contradictions, from a young, impoverished foreigner to one of the most important icons of the 20th-century.
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The Met Live in HD: LES CONTES D’HOFFMANN (Offenbach)

Saturday, October 5 at 1 pm

Offenbach’s fantastical opera kicks off the Metropolitan Opera’s season of Live in HD performance transmissions, starring French tenor Benjamin Bernheim in the title role of the tormented poet.
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The Met Live in HD: GROUNDED (Jeanine Tesori)

Saturday, October 19, at 1 pm

Tony Award–winning composer Jeanine Tesori’s powerful new opera Grounded premieres at the Metropolitan Opera, wrestling with often-overlooked issues created by 21st-century warmaking: the ethical conflicts created by the use of modern military technology and the psychological and emotional toll supposedly safe remote technology takes on our servicepersons.
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Great Art on Screen | Perugino: Eternal Renaissance

Saturday, November 2, at 1 pm

Perugino: Eternal Renaissance is a journey to discover Perugino, one of the most revered artists of the 15th century and to celebrate the 500th anniversary of his death. 
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The Met Live in HD: TOSCA (Puccini)

Saturday, November 23 at 1 pm
Extraordinary Norwegian soprano Lise Davidsen stars as the passionate title diva in David McVicar’s thrilling production, transmitted live from the Metropolitan Opera stage to cinemas. Maestro Xian Zhang conducts the electrifying score, which features some of Puccini’s most memorable melodies.  
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The Met Live in HD: THE MAGIC FLUTE (Mozart)

Saturday, December 7, at 1 pm
The Met made history in December 2006 when it presented its first Live in HD transmission to cinemas worldwide: the abridged English-language version of Mozart’s The Magic Flute. Julie Taymor’s whimsical production features a winning ensemble, including tenor Matthew Polenzani, baritone Nathan Gunn, and bass René Pape. The opera returns to select movie theaters for a special encore presentation during the holiday season.
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The Met Live in HD: AIDA (Verdi)

Saturday, January 25, at 12:30 pm

American soprano Angel Blue headlines as the Ethiopian princess torn between love and country in a new production of Verdi’s Aida by Michael Mayer that brings audiences inside the towering pyramids and gilded tombs of ancient Egypt with intricate projections and dazzling animations.
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Great Art on Screen: Florence and The Uffizi Gallery

Saturday, February 8, at 1 pm

Florence and the Uffizi Gallery is a journey into the Italian Renaissance through the most beautiful, representative works of art of the period. It is a totally immersive and unique experience and allows the audience t0 see, listen, feel and savor the most outstanding and celebrated breeding ground of creativity in the history of art. 
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Exhibition on Screen: Van Gogh Poets & Lovers

Saturday, February 22, at 1 pm

200 years after its opening and a century after acquiring its first Van Gogh works, the National Gallery, London is hosting the UK’s biggest ever Van Gogh exhibition. Van Gogh is not only one of the most beloved artists of all time, but perhaps the most misunderstood. This film is a chance to reexamine and better understand this iconic artist. 
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The Met Live in HD: FIDELIO (Beethoven)

Saturday, March 15, at 1 pm

Following a string of awe-inspiring Live in HD performances, Norwegian soprano Lise Davidsen returns to the Metropolitan Opera as Leonore, the faithful wife who risks everything to save her husband from the clutches of tyranny in Beethoven’s Fidelio.
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Great Art on Screen | Munch: Love, Ghosts and Lady Vampires

Saturday, March 29 at 1 pm

Munch: Love, Ghosts and Lady Vampires strives to shed new light on Edvard Munch, a profoundly mysterious, fascinating man, a trailblazer and a master for everyone who came after him. 
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The Met Live in HD: LE NOZZE DI FIGARO (Mozart)

Saturday, April 26 at 1 pm
Mozart’s timeless comedy returns to cinemas worldwide with a live transmission from the Metropolitan Opera.
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The Met Live in HD: SALOME (R. Strauss)

Saturday, May 17 at 1 pm
Met Music Director Yannick Nézet-Séguin takes the podium on May 17 to conduct Strauss’s one-act tragedy, which will be transmitted live from the Metropolitan Opera stage to cinemas worldwide. Leading the company’s first new production of the work in 20 years, Claus Guth, one of Europe’s leading opera directors, gives the biblical story a psychologically perceptive Victorian-era setting.
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The Met Live in HD: IL BARBIERE DI SIVIGLIA (Rossini)

Saturday, May 31 at 1 pm
The Metropolitan Opera’s 2024–25 Live in HD season comes to a close with a live transmission of Rossini’s effervescent comedy. Russian mezzo-soprano Aigul Akhmetshina headlines a winning ensemble as the feisty heroine, Rosina, alongside American tenor Jack Swanson, in his Met debut, as her secret beloved, Count Almaviva.
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