Previously at the ICA
Jean-Luc Godard’s visually explosive new work on the human capacity for horror.
Online video, archival footage, fact and fiction merge in Turkish filmmaker Gürcan Keltek’s document of a military campaign hidden by media blackout.
Sensuous and immersive, this audiovisual essay is both a philosophical inquiry and an invitation to inhabit our animal bodies.
A raw, unfiltered document of a family attempting to navigate collective trauma.
Young people spiral amid economic depression in the late filmmaker Hu Bo’s furious debut feature.
Money worries and entitlement impinge on a flourishing teenage friendship.
A year in the life of a fisherman who drifts between river solitude and the family that anchors him.
A selection of new and recent work by Laura O’Neill whose CGI worlds are populated by bulbous characters and unknown creatures.
A homage to Jules Verne by visionary Czech filmmaker and innovator of 20th Century fantasy cinema Karel Zeman.
In Alexei German’s satire, something monumental is happening in 1950s Moscow but no one knows precisely what.