There's been a lot of Rolling Stones news lately: they have a new greatest hits album coming (with two new recordings), there's a new documentary premiering on HBO in November, and they're rumored to be playing a few live shows to celebrate their 50th anniversary (including two at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn). Now you can add one more thing to that list: MoMA will host a Rolling Stones film retrospective from November 15th to December 2nd.

The exhibition opens with a rare screening of Robert Frank's S-8 Stones Footage from Exile on Main Street (1972), and Cocksucker Blues (1972), both chronicling the Stone's 1972 North American cross-country tour (and all the debauchery and drugs that came along with it). The exhibition closes with screenings on December 1st and 2nd of Peter Whitehead's The Rolling Stones Charlie Is My Darling - Ireland 1965 (1965/2012), making its debut after an absence of more than 45 years and offering never-before-seen footage.

In between, there will be classics such as the 1969 tour documentary Gimme Shelter (1970), Mick Jagger's starring role in Performance (1970), and Keith Richards in a suit in Chuck Berry Hail! Hail! Rock 'n' Roll (1987). There'll also be plenty of concert footage—everything from The T.A.M.I. Show (1964) to The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus (1968/1996) to Hal Ashby's Let's Spend the Night Together (1983) and Martin Scorsese's Shine a Light (2008).

And of course there will be plenty of their classic, silly, Mick Jagger-strutting, Keith Richards-sneering, pre and post-MTV music videos. Below, we've picked out some of our favorites to whet your appetite. If Charlie Watts looks bored or Jagger is making a ridiculous face, everything is probably alright with the world!