Anne Morra is Associate Curator in the Department of Film at The Museum of Modern Art in New York. She has organized numerous film exhibitions, including 50 Years of James Bond, Breaking Bard: Shakespeare on Film, Summer with Judy Holliday, Bill Morrison: Compositions and B is for Bogart.
Anne is a member of the Women’s Film Preservation Fund’s (WFPF) grant-selection committee, the advisory board of Bard College’s Center for Moving Image Arts and the editorial board of The Moving Image: The Journal of the Association of Moving Image Archivists.
Anne’s writing can be found on the MoMA Inside/Out blog, The Journal of Film Preservation, MoMA’s Modern Women publication, Sight & Sound magazine and numerous domestic and international exhibition catalogs. Anne is a recognized Joseph Cornell film scholar and writes frequently on topics related to the artist’s films.
Anne has appeared on the Turner Classic Movies network in 2012 and 2016 providing on-air commentary with Robert Osborne during programming that celebrated MoMA’s achievements in film preservation and the 80th anniversary of the founding of the MoMA film department. In 2017, Anne appeared in a FilmStruck documentary on the films of Bill Morrison.