Previously at the ICA
The story of the Pixies' 2004 comeback tour: four band members, their problems, and a triumphant return.
The author of The Butcher Boy talks about writing, taboos, and the journey from novel to film.
A/V events inspired by architecture, urban sprawl and post-metropolitan paranoia.
Come browse and buy from a world class selection of art publications.
Director Lukas Moodysson's debut feature is a charming tale of two teenage girls in love. A fresh, funny and very romantic teen movie.
Best known for their mammoth August Bank Holiday weekend horror marathons, the FrightFest team have put together a one-off, post-Halloween all-nighter especially for the ICA.
A controversial documentary about a Jerusalem house, and its sequel. Filmmaker Amos Gitai will present the films and attend a post screening discussion with the audience.
A selection of films as part of the London-wide UK Jewish Film Festival, featuring post-screening discussions with Amos Gitai and Chantal Akerman.
Hip-Hop culture from embargoed Cuba to war-torn Colombia.
Laughter and tears in a Stockholm commune in the 1970s.