Previously at the ICA
Gary Oldman is the charming and mischievous Joe Orton and Alfred Molina his lover Kenneth Halliwell in an exclusive 20th anniversary re-release of Stephen Frears and Alan Bennett's biopic.
An observant and trenchant drama about the reality of life in Jerusalem through the eyes of characters only just starting to see things clearly for themselves.
A fascinating and life-affirming classic documentary about the world of 'drag balls'.
Fabulously fast-paced film adaptation of playwright Joe Orton's classic farce, as two friends attempt to hide some stolen money in a funeral parlour.
Terrifically energetic adaptation of Joe Orton's black comedy, in which a brother and sister find themselves competing for the attentions of their sexy new lodger.
Experimental and formally radical films from 1983 exploring the voices of working class women and Nicaraguan revolutionaries.
Race, class and ideology in Britain's colonial history through the Black Audio Film Collective's account of the Birmingham riots of 1985.
Sandra Lahire's disturbing metaphors for the body in nuclear power and Beeban Kidron's documentary about the women's peace camp.
One of the most important early videos about AIDS: a manifesto, documentary and information film.
A timely, cautionary documentary exposing the gaping security holes in electronic voting machines, and the danger to the democratic process.