Actress and filmmaker Ida Lupino will be spotlighted in a retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art Feb. 1 to March 9, organized by associate curator Stephen Harvey. .
Lupino’s ’50s film direction assignments, made in conjunction with her partner and husband Collier Young, will be shown: “Outrage,” “Never Fear,” “Hard, Fast And Beautiful,” “The Bigamist” and “The Hitch-Hiker.”
Also included are films to which she contributed, such as Elmer Clifton’s “Not Wanted,” Don Siegel’s “Private Hell 36” (co-starring her next husband, the late Howard Duff) and Nicholas Ray’s “On Dangerous Ground.”
Lupino’s long film acting career will be highlighted with showings of “High Sierra,” “Ladies In Retirement,” “The Hard Way” and “The Light That Failed,” among others. Five programs of various tv shows directed by Lupino will conclude the series.