Previously at the ICA
A bold and beguiling cinematic adventure on a truly epic scale structured across three parts and six very different narrative episodes.
These shorts explore what is acceptable behaviour within the domestic, family space.
Made by and starring disfigured people, Aaron Schimberg’s dextrous, darkly comedic film-within-a-film makes you think about cinematic representation without offering simple resolutions.
Stunning and surreal, this hybrid documentary finds a group of hotel staff reflecting on their life, hopes and dreams in a deserted Egyptian holiday resort.
Join Timo Tjahjanto, one of Indonesian cinema’s rising genre filmmakers, for a hair-raising journey into the heart of the supernatural.
Self-proclaimed musical genius Chilly Gonzales is charismatic, complicated, conflicted and bursting with talent in this invigorating documentary.
In the fluid space between reality and fiction, director Adina Pintilie explores sexuality and intimacy.
Throwing fascism, colonialism and gender into a cinematic blender, Gabriel Abrantes and Daniel Schmidt serve up a candyfloss farce that’s an absurdist delight.
Welcome to Ladyworld, a shadowy dwelling where tensions run high and nothing is ever quite what it seems.
In this astonishingly personal film, Richard Billingham delves into his Black Country upbringing to recreate visceral family memories and desperate living in Thatcher’s Britain.