Previously at the ICA
Nick Broomfield catches up with white supremacist Eugene Terreblanche, fifteen years after The Leader, His Driver and the Driver's Wife.
A monumental and visually striking documentary mapping the world of work from the slaughterhouses of Nigeria to the steelworks of China.
A young man who has lost everything and everyone he knows to a rare form of amnesia reconstructs his life in this stranger-than-fiction portrait of identity as a work in progress.
Get swept up in the vibrant, romantic excitement of this much-loved classic retelling of Orpheus and Eurydice set against the bossa nova background of the Rio Carnival.
How humans learn to live with the past: a haunting documentary about the everyday life in Mauthausen, site of the infamous Nazi concentration camp.
A masterclass in bravura movie-making, this dazzling, delirious epic of Communist propaganda has to be seen on the big-screen to be fully appreciated.
A pair of highly idiosyncratic looks at London: a walking-tour around the lesser-known corners of the capital, and a day in the life of the Covent Garden fruit and vegetable market.
An unflinching and intimate examination of the lives of those people who chose to end their lives by jumping from the Golden Gate Bridge in 2004.
The tender tale of a specialist chef whose culinary skills are so profound that they provoke an almost-sexual response in his diners.
Kevin Macdonald's feature debut stars a sensational Forest Whitaker as the charming yet brutal Ugandan dictator Idi Amin.