Previously at the ICA
Telekinetic terror from director Brian DePalma and author Stephen King.
Tony Scott's bruising revenge thriller in which turbulent emotions drive the action.
"A highly unusual foray of Grime music into 'uptown' culture." The Wire
From a script by Tarantino, the film that made Tony Scott one of Hollywood's coolest directors: violence, drugs and in-jokes.
Twin sisters fall prey to the lure of darkness in one of the best Hammer horrors.
Chow Yun Fat is the top cop and Tony Leung an undercover agent in John Woo's highly influential pre-Hollywood action-thriller.
Dirty Harry returns after seven years to take on a fellow vigilante in the toughest film in the series.
Themes to forgotten films and long-lost television series, funky blaxploitation grooves, sinister symphonic epics... and more.
Otto Preminger's take on Bizet, set in a military camp during the Korean War.
Highly influential French philosopher Jacques Rancière talks about the relationship between the democratic impulse and leftist politics with Peter Hallward.