Previously at the ICA
An eclectic offering delving deep into the earth beneath our feet – how we cultivate, build on, plunder it.
LSFF’s annual showcase of short film at its most experimental.
LSFF’s returning programme of experiments paying their dues at the altar of analogue.
This collection surveys the multitudinous causes of anxiety in the 21st century from the personal to the political.
This international selection sifts through the rubble of history, finding new meaning in the aesthetics, ideology and artefacts of the past.
A friendly, laid back screening for audiences on the autism spectrum or with sensory learning disabilities.
A look to the collective nostalgia of English Pastoral through the filter of the 2016 referendum.
A retrospective of work produced by a new generation of working class male filmmakers at the turn of the 21st century.
Shorts that explore the complexity of leaving home, whether it’s up to you or when there’s no other choice.
Antoinette Zwirchmayr explores the complexities of her baroque family history in her What I Remember short form trilogy.