Previously at the ICA
straight 8 present a retrospective of a decade of their best films. There are so many that we're showing two at a time with audio for each on switchable headsets.
Showcases fictional live action and animated work made in the UK and abroad, from a selection of both new and established talent.
An impressive new talent from Illinois, American folk-rocker Lissie plays the ICA Theatre.
The Tibet Film Festival closes with the UK premiere of When the Dragon Swallowed the Sun, preceded by a live performance by Damien Rice of the film’s title track.
After serving jail time for a mysterious crime, Bill and Karl get out of jail and become preoccupied with figuring out who turned them in to the police.
The ICA bar and cafe is the site for an ongoing series of ‘billboard’ commissions with the latest being produced by artist Scott King.
A miniature from director Manoel de Oliveira. A young accountant falls in love with a beautiful woman he spies across the street.
Director Oliver Stone’s survey of the new wave of Latin American left-wing leaders, with a focus on Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez.
A presentation of the reconstructed and restored version of Fritz Lang’s classic.
Jimmy Martin will discuss Oscar Tuazon’s work from a musical perspective.