Co-written by another LWLies favourite, Noah Baumbach, The Life Aquatic follows the underwater adventures of the eponymous oceanographer (Bill Murray), on the hunt for the mythical 'Jaguar shark' that killed his partner on a filmmaking expedition.
Before Adam Sandler disappeared into misjudged comic obscurity he found his most perfect role as Barry Egan in Paul Thomas Anderson’s heartbreaking fourth feature: the blue-suited, coupon-collecting small businessman with anger issues is both a wretched and hilarious creation.
This critically-acclaimed, impenetrably dense LA odyssey from 2001 sees a bright-eyed young actress (a career-best Naomi Watts) travel to Hollywood, only to be ensnared in a dark conspiracy involving an amnesia-suffering woman with a mysterious past.
Here, for one night only, we present Francis Megahy's 1988 film Taffin in all its glorious awfulness. See Pierce Brosnan as a face-pummelling loan shark as he takes care of business in the mean (and green) streets of Thatcher-era Wicklow County.
One of Japan’s greatest living directors, Hirokazu Kore-eda, stunned us with this hushed and intensely lyrical sojourn into the leafy Tokyo suburbs where we are invited to attend a bustling family banquet.
As 3D printers shift from being inaccessible gadgets of the future towards affordable tools with which every household will soon be equipped, this talk considers the areas in which 3D printing is already prevalent and creating major changes.
A unique screening of 16mm and 35mm films by the late Marcel Broodthaers including The Battle of Waterloo (1975), which captures the Trooping the Colour and his exhibition Décor: A Conquest, which took place at the ICA in 1975.