Previously at the ICA
Through the lens of a single year, Jane Magnusson’s documentary explores Ingmar Bergman’s prolific artistic achievements and turbulent personal life.
A restless married woman embarks on a transformative affair in Olga Chajdas’ accomplished debut.
A disquieting examination of faith, repression and madness from the director of Snow in Paradise.
Ingmar Bergman’s enigmatic psychodrama questions the nature of identity and the nature of cinema itself.
This unsettling family portrait set in Thatcher-era Britain is photographer Richard Billingham’s feature-film debut.
Intimate portraits exploring ideas around filmic memories, family and community in a programme selected by Ben Rivers.
South Korean director Lee Chang-dong’s adaptation of Haruki Murakami’s short story, ‘Barn Burning’, simmers with foreboding tension.
Genre veteran Akiko Ohku plays with our expectations of rom-com conventions in his adaptation eponym Risa Wataya’s novel.