Previously at the ICA
A look to the collective nostalgia of English Pastoral through the filter of the 2016 referendum.
A retrospective of work produced by a new generation of working class male filmmakers at the turn of the 21st century.
Shorts that explore the complexity of leaving home, whether it’s up to you or when there’s no other choice.
Antoinette Zwirchmayr explores the complexities of her baroque family history in her What I Remember short form trilogy.
A hybrid documentary which hauntingly explores the inhumanity of Australia's largest offshore detention facility.
Morality and mortality, tragedies and silver linings, Brexit and the Euro Championships; one thing’s for certain, death is inevitable.
A look at obsessive tendencies on screen, whether it’s an infatuation with something, someone or synthesizers.
Documentaries that present us with a different perspective on the stories that make the news.
A screening and roundtable revisiting and reflecting on academic and activist Stuart Hall’s 1979 televisual essay, It Ain’t Half Racist, Mum.
An inventive documentary about anthropologist Santiago Genoves' infamous Acali Experiment, dubbed ‘one of the strangest group experiments of all time.’