Previously at the ICA
Queen Anne is the centre of an erotic-political power struggle in this cheerfully obscene twist on period drama.
An affectionate documentary portrait of 84-year-old US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
A portrait of free soloist climber Alex Honnold and his death-defying scale of Yosemite’s three-thousand-foot El Capitan.
Metahaven’s arresting audio-visual essay on the infiltration of digital technology into our understanding of the self, introduced by the artists.
A hybrid documentary which hauntingly explores the inhumanity of Australia’s largest offshore detention facility.
After their father suffers a stroke, three grown siblings return to their family home to take stock of their lives.
Helming a loose festival-wide retrospective we present the formative calling cards of the decade’s graduating class.
LSFF’s opening night excavates the scratch video the early 1980s which recontextualized found footage into ‘televisual punk rock’.
A balm for the January blues. LSFF’s traditional opener of laughing matter returns.
A selection of surreal scenarios and minute marvels to leave you just the right amount of uneasy.