Previously at the ICA
Five newly recovered and restored films from Palestine’s revolutionary era.
Two films reimagine Palestine through the possibilities of sound and listening.
Leaving Essex for London and in search of stimulation, Jim goes from penniless to escort and artist’s muse.
A disquieting portrait of Argentinian society that inverts the structure of a typical crime story.
A would-be writer returns to his rural home in director Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s richly melancholic mood piece.
An overnight search for a body yields an exhilarating reflection on the human condition.
Painful yet essential, this monumental eight-hour work unearths the testimony of survivors of the Communist Party of China’s re-education camps.
A raw, unfiltered document of a family attempting to navigate collective trauma.
Hirokazu Kore-eda’s Palme d'Or winning film depicts a family reliant on theft for survival.