The Museum of Modern Art’s Tribute to Pedro Almodóvar + Atessa Nicole Photography

The Museum of Modern Art’s fourth annual Film Benefit, was held in November. Honoring writer/director Pedro Almodóvar, who is renowned for the Academy Award-winning films Talk to Her (2003) and All About My Mother (1999), along with award-winning films Broken Embraces (2009), Volver (2006), Bad Education (2004), among many others. With a career that includes 18 films over 30 years, Almodóvar’s latest film, The Skin I Live In, was released in the U.S. on October 14, 2011. The honorary co-chairs for the 2011 Film Benefit are Antonio Banderas and Penélope Cruz and this event was sponsored by Chanel.

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Moma Tribute to Pedro

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Trailer for Almodóvar’s Film Broken Embraces starring Penelope Cruz

The Ultimate Behind-the Scenes Look: The Met’s Costume Institute Gala

The video shows you a peak of the exhibit– Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty. Along with the never-before-seen performance of Florence + the Machine inside the Temple of Dendur. The beautiful sound of British singer Florence Welch singing “Dog Days are Over” fits perfectly with the night’s honoree: the late great Alexander McQueen.

 

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