Previously at the ICA
This imaginative mini-epic brings together a Viking heart, a car crash and a bleeding forest for an unforgettable climax.
Loud, boingy dance music from New York.
This gripping documentary from the award-winning Afghan Star team tells the story of the Afghan presidential election of 2009.
An animated special, for two weekends only: anime maestro Mamoru Oshii takes to the skies for a spectacular adventure in which adolescent fighter pilots play real-life war games.
Professor David Harvey argues that the essence of capitalism is its amorality and lawlessness and to talk of a regulated, ethical capitalism is to make a fundamental error.
Actually three young men making clattering, electronic music full of ideas and warm spirits.
The latest work from director Jia Zhang-ke, one of the most important and brilliant film-makers in the world today.
Jia's second, extraordinary feature focuses on a provincial theatre troupe just after the Cultural Revolution.
Club AC30 presents Drugstore
Werner Herzog and Nicolas Cage make a film about a demented cop in post-Katrina New Orleans, and it’s as ridiculous, bleak and fearless as you might dare to hope. A preview screening in association with Ultra Culture.