Previously at the ICA
Swedish director Roy Andersson takes us on a journey through a strangely muted, chaotic world in this surreal, deadpan treat.
Chris Marker's great film documents Paris in the spring of 1962, with interviews and footage of strikes, demos and nightclubs.
The unlikely friendship between a solitary old man and the scientist sent to observe his behaviour is at the heart of this gentle, beguiling comedy.
This obsessive love letter to LA explores the city's representation in cinema, from Laurel and Hardy to Blade Runner.
See also special short run of Los Angeles cult essential film Cutter's Way.
Joel Karamath presents a wide-ranging selection of new work from independent filmmakers and students.
This minor masterpiece from the tail-end of American cinema's golden decade sees Jeff Bridges do some amateur sleuthing around LA.
See the story of a man who encourages his girlfriend to starve herself, then hear psychoanalysts Andrea Sabbadini and Gianna Williams discuss the film.
Secret and lies, weddings and fights - this indie French flick unpicks a family and its darkest foibles.
Bruno Dumont's haunting new work, a tale of young men who leave their French home town to go and fight in an unspecified war zone.
A final week's release for the late Edward Yang's beloved family drama, a tale told with grace, wit and empathy.