Anne Morra works as a 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 the monthly series Modern Matinees.
Anne is a member of the Women’s Film Preservation Fund’s (WFPF) grant-selection committee and the advisory board of Bard College’s Center for Moving Image Arts. Her 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 MoMA’s film department. In 2017, Anne appeared in a FilmStruck documentary on the films of Bill Morrison.