Previously at the ICA
Award winning documentary captures three young boys contemplating their future in the world of Cuba's National boxing championships.
This audacious, mesmerising film accounts what happened when two comics recently got permission to put on a show in North Korea.
For more than two decades, the Human Rights Watch International Film Festival has sought out and screened films that highlight, celebrate and explore the achievements of activists and survivors, from Rwanda to Ecuador, Afghanistan to Tibet.
Mamak takes ancient Persian poetry and music and weaves it into a revolutionary new sound.
The second edition of YPC shares 10 stories from young film-makers on the frontline of human rights crises around the world.
A film that challenges the inaction of the international community in the face of ongoing political repression in Iran
MashUp is transforming the lower ground of the ICA into a mini festival with music, food, film and a pop-up shop with specially designed merchandise.
We regret that this event has been cancelled. For further information please call the Box Office on 020 7930 3647.
Based on a true story, Crimson Gold builds a moving portrait of a man feeling humiliated and helpless in a world of social injustice.
This rousing documentary about one Palestinian village tells a much bigger story about what is possible in the Middle East.