Previously at the ICA
A would-be writer returns to his rural home in director Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s richly melancholic mood piece.
Part one of artist Wang Bing’s eight-hour epic, which unearths the testimony of survivors of the Communist Party of China’s re-education camps.
Five newly recovered and restored films from Palestine’s revolutionary era.
Six short works by director Dane Komljen screen as part of this two-day retrospective.
Part two of artist Wang Bing’s eight-hour epic, which unearths the testimony of survivors of the Communist Party of China’s re-education camps.
Jean-Luc Godard’s visually explosive new work on the human capacity for horror.
The director’s first feature, All the Cities of the North, screens alongside his shorter work Fantasy Sequences.
A seasonal screening of two Soviet classics featuring a favourite Russian musical.
Discussion with director RaMell Ross follows this screening of his acclaimed study of light, mood, movement and Black life in the US South.
A young man’s face transplant exposes the worst of a small Polish town.