Previously at the ICA
Straub and Huillet’s ‘Too Early, Too Late’ is followed by two shorts which explore class struggle, resistance and activism.
Straub and Huillet’s ‘Too Early, Too Late’ is followed by two shorts including ‘Jackals and Arabs’, based on an allegorical short story by Kafka.
Shot in France and Egypt, this investigation into history, class struggle and land uncovers the traces of past revolts.
Straub and Huillet’s two-part reflection on time, myth and resistance, based on novels by Cesare Pavese.
A series of dialogues between the Greek gods about fate, love and mortality, set in the Tuscan landscape.
Four shorts by Jean-Marie Straub based on Cesare Pavese’s retelling of Greek myths, ‘Dialogues with Leucó’.
A bold interpretation of Elio Vittorini’s 1930s anti-fascist novel, ‘Conversations in Sicily’.
Pedro Costa’s admiring portrait of Straub and Huillet, filmed during the production of ‘Sicilia!’
In the aftermath of the Second World War, a community of workers and peasants attempt to rebuild their daily lives.
A diptych based on Elio Vittorini’s novel ‘The Women of Messina’ about a post-war community of workers threatened by the forces of history.