Previously at the ICA
Screenings of The Immigrant, The Cure and Easy Street, plus a talk from Carl Davis, who has written new scores for Chaplin's Mutual films.
Special offer: for 2 for 1 tickets for the Sat, 28 July, 1.30pm screening + Q&A quote 'Chaplin offer' when booking at the Box Office in person or on 020 7930 3647.
Back by popular demand. This family archive of Super-8 footage is a time capsule of alienation, discovery, racism and belonging.
A pristine new print of the gorgeous, horrifying classic.
Two short-ish anime greats: a vampire thriller and a ridiculous, brilliand adventure comedy.
Scorsese and De Niro's first film together, and they started as they meant to go on, with hoodlums, brutality, guilt and disloyalty in New York's dirtiest districts.
Ten years after his death, we celebrate Fela Kuti with a screening of this film about his life, his work and his son Femi.
A collection of one-minute and four-minute films made as part of a project connecting emerging artists from around the country.
The much-loved, and rightly so, tour de force around the hip and the hop of early-80s New York, plus special ICA Wild Style action on the opening night.
A vivid, round-the-world exploration of graffiti art, from Brazil to Japan to the US to France.
A festival organiser and music lover tries to unite the seriously unruly Wu-Tang Clan for one final gig. The resulting film is terrifying, hilarious and brilliant.