Previously at the ICA
A would-be writer returns to his rural home in director Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s richly melancholic mood piece.
An overnight search for a body yields an exhilarating reflection on the human condition.
Painful yet essential, this monumental eight-hour work unearths the testimony of survivors of the Communist Party of China’s re-education camps.
A raw, unfiltered document of a family attempting to navigate collective trauma.
Hirokazu Kore-eda’s Palme d'Or winning film depicts a family reliant on theft for survival.
Part one of artist Wang Bing’s eight-hour epic, which unearths the testimony of survivors of the Communist Party of China’s re-education camps.
Five newly recovered and restored films from Palestine’s revolutionary era.
Six short works by director Dane Komljen screen as part of this two-day retrospective.