Previously at the ICA
Martin Kettle, Hilary Wainwright, Nick Cohen and Mick Hume ask whether the war in Iraq is a continuation of the democratic spirit of 1968 or an abandonment of its principles.
Trevor Howard and Celia Johnson are the platform-crossed lovers in David Lean's classic romance.
Possibly the darkest romance ever committed to film: be careful who you choose to see it with.
Featuring special guest Simon S of Futuristica Music.
Two new films from artist and filmmaker Xiaolu Guo, crossing China and continents.
This unflinching and inevitably controversial film explores the darker depths of human nature and the human psyche.
The creators of Quartet, specialists in dance, music, computational science, 3D animation and motion control, will discuss the creation of the software and hardware for its new interactive systems.
Bertolucci's classic political and sexual coming-of-age tale.
Ernesto Laclau, Robin Blackburn and Lynne Segal discuss the legacy of the 1968 New Left and their influence in this very different era.
Urban historian Mike Davis traces the worldwide development of the car bomb, and argues for its importance in globalising urban terrorist techniques.