Previously at the ICA
Documentaries that ask you to trust your senses and fall into these films with more to perceive than to understand.
A mini-retrospective of the work of East German documentarian and painter Jürgen Böttcher.
Documentaries that show the therapeutic release from cinema that comes out of expressing our true feelings.
A discussion with director RaMell Ross follows this screening of his acclaimed study of Black life in the US South.
Exploring at the ephemeral and forgotten in the GDR, focussing on Judaism, disenfranchised youth and intimate photography.
Bold experimental explorations of the avant-garde and urban decay made in the GDR between 1976 and 1991.
Tracing the self-authored black British presence on screen from Windrush to the present day.
Recent work by MA students from the Experimental Film programme at Kingston School of Art.
Dennis Cooper and Zac Farley’s second feature follows a teenager searching for a liminal point of non-existence.
Through the lens of a single year, Jane Magnusson’s documentary explores Ingmar Bergman’s prolific artistic achievements and turbulent personal life.