Previously at the ICA
Director Gus Van Sant interprets the memoir of provocative humourist and cartoonist John Callahan.
The story of how Singapore-made 1992 cult classic from teenage friends Sandi Tan, Jasmine Ng and Sophie Siddique disappeared and returned with a vengeance.
Shot entirely at night on the corner of 125th and Lexington Avenue in Harlem, the film captures the mental, physical and spiritual struggles of the neighborhood's inhabitants.
An urgent documentary investigation into the export of the deadly asbestos industry to the developing world.
This landmark work of contemporary moving image proposes the ecstatic religious lineages of rock music.
Director Khalik Allah presents his hypnotic meditation on Jamaican experience.
The first anime ever to premiere at Cannes, director Mamoru Hosoda renders childhood with insight and ingenuity.
The tumultuous story of Orson Welles’ long unfinished final film told through archival footage and revelatory new interviews.
The true story of Scottish factory workers' protest against Augusto Pinochet's dictatorship.
An hypnotic meditation on Jamaica’s history, spirituality and class stratification that ultimately centres on its people.