MMoCA | Rooftop Cinema: Inu-Oh (2022)

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Madison Museum of Contemporary Art | 211 State St. Madison, WI
@ 8:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Rooftop Cinema: Inu-Oh (2022)

$7 for nonmembers • Free for MMoCA members and ages 18 and younger
The FREE membership tier Friends of MMoCA is eligible for free admission to Rooftop Cinema:
Located on the Rooftop Sculpture Garden or in the Lecture Hall, in case of rain.
Inu-Oh | Masaaki Yuasa | 2022 | Japan | 98 minutes
Rooftop Cinema kicks off the 2023 season with this acclaimed anime feature from director Masaaki Yuassa (“Mindgame,” “The Tatami Galaxy”). Fourteenth-century historical fiction plays out with a heavy glam-rock sensibility in this story of two outcasts who use their talents to achieve stardom and challenge the social and political status-quo. Nominated for Best Animated Feature at the Golden Globes.
“A rich, unstable alloy of history, legend, musical pageantry and cinematic psychedelia, it mounts an argument for mind-expanding, complacency-rattling art in a world that often prefers the opposite.” –Justin Chang, The Los Angeles Times
In Japanese with English subtitles.
Content Warning: Rated PG-13, not appropriate for younger viewers due to violent imagery.
Learn more about Rooftop Cinema, FAQs, and view the full lineup:
Bring a friend, bring a blanket or camp chairs, and prepare yourself for an evening of independent films and videos under the stars. Rooftop Cinema returns to the museum’s rooftop sculpture garden each Friday this August for its eighteenth season. Films begin at sundown, approximately 20 minutes after sunset.
Rooftop Cinema is $7 per screening/free for MMoCA members (including the free membership tier Friends of MMoCA) and ages 18 and younger. Admission is at the lobby reception desk beginning at 7:30 PM. Screenings relocate to the Lecture Hall if rain is predicted.
Rooftop Cinema is a program of MMoCA’s education department and is curated by James Kreul. MMoCA’s film programming is generously funded by maiahaus, Venture Investors, LLC and a gift from an anonymous donor.
Film still from Inh-Oh (2022) directed by Masaaki Yuasa. Image courtesy of GKIDS.