Previously at the ICA
After their father suffers a stroke, three grown siblings return to their family home to take stock of their lives.
Artist Olivia Plender discusses her work and ongoing projects.
Helming a loose festival-wide retrospective we present the formative calling cards of the decade’s graduating class.
LSFF’s opening night excavates the scratch video the early 1980s which recontextualized found footage into ‘televisual punk rock’.
A balm for the January blues. LSFF’s traditional opener of laughing matter returns.
A selection of surreal scenarios and minute marvels to leave you just the right amount of uneasy.
Metahaven’s first feature-length film is an expansive and hybrid exploration of the interweaving of geopolitics and digital platforms.
Inspired by Bert Haanstra’s Oscar-winning 1958 Dutch short Glas this non-fiction programme looks to the humanity of industry.
Another Gaze journal interrogates how we should (re)present sexual violence in a programme of shorts by women filmmakers.
A selection of shorts exploring shared experience and collective memory of people en masse.