Led by staff and students in Art, Design, Architecture and Philosophy at Kingston University, Studio Sessions will engage a broad audience in discussion and debate about the future of these disciplines, and how they are increasingly important as ways of thinking about the world.
A tunnel to be built in Iya threatens to disrupt the natural order as an elderly man and his granddaughter meet a young man from Tokyo, whose life will be changed forever in experiencing their simple, secluded lifestyle.
A new digital restoration does full justice to Ted Kotcheff's forgotten cult classic - a rich and stunningly shot road movie, at once a tense drama and a vivid testimony to the early-’70s mood of unease and socio-political turbulence.
Using the different modalities of Richard Hamilton’s practice as a foil for the discussion, this salon asks what has been gained and lost in the professionalisation of the curatorial and what possibilities for new directions can be recovered from the expanded archive of contemporary exhibition making.
Inaugurating the opening of the Dwoskin archive at the University of Reading, this symposium explores Stephen Dwoskin's historical importance as a key figure in independent film and his groundbreaking film work.
Featuring a high profile Indian cast alongside American stars, Ravi Kumar’s debut arrives on the 30th anniversary of the 1984 Union Carbide plant malfunction, the consequences of which are tragically ongoing. Closing Night Gala plus Q&A and drinks reception.
A rare 16mm screening of the remarkable blacklisted American drama Salt of the Earth, 60 years to the week since it was first released in New York City, followed by a discussion with writer and activist Sophie Mayer and Whitechapel Gallery's Gareth Evans.