Previously at the ICA
A trip back to the dope-smoking delights of the mind-opening midnight movie, as recalled by David Lynch, John Waters and others.
Chilean director and artist Alejandro Jodorowsky's visionary headtrip 'Western' cannot be described: it has to be experienced.
Don Plutarco, his son and his grandson are musicians and humble farmers, but also support an armed guerrilla movement seeking social justice for the peasant farmers.
Powerful, restrained, and fiercely compelling, a documentary that explores the many troubling questions behind the torture of prisoners at Abu Ghraib.
Four years in the life of Israeli and Palestinian fishermen living and working together on the border between Gaza and Israel.
A screening of Mike Figgis' Leaving Las Vegas followed by discussion with psychoanalyst Andrea Sabbadini and Dr Michael Farrell.
Intimate portrait a Congolese woman living with a traumatic fistula after being violently raped by soldiers and rejected by her fiance and family.
An exhilarating, endearing, and deeply humorous documentary about three prostitutes in search of a better life.
The inspiring story of fifteen villagers from the jungles of Burma who bring two US oil giants to court for human rights abuse.
A unique, probing documentary feature about the eight thousand Palestinians in Israeli jails, and the emergence of a Palestinian national leadership there.