A new exhibition of works by Michel Gondry will open at Deitch Projects in New York next month, to coincide with the release of his film of the same name.

The filmmaker, whose most notable works are 2004’s Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and 2006’s The Science of Sleep, heads to New Jersey for his latest film, to tell the story of two friends who attempt to remake classic movies that have been erased from a video store’s inventory.

Visitors will be able to make their own films at the exhibition, which they can take home and which will also be on display at the exhibition and even available for rental from the gallery. Try on your filmmaking hat from February 16 – March 22 at the Wooster Street Deitch Projects Gallery. And remember, when it comes to Michel Gondry, stranger is better.

The Opening reception is Saturday, February 16, from 6 – 9 p.m.