Previously at the ICA
Director Andrei Tarkovsky transcends the normal conventions of the science fiction genre, resulting in a moving and unsettling vision of memory and humanity.
The true story of Touko Laaksonen, a decorated Finnish WWII officer, who returns from war only to fight homophobia with his own brand of iconic gay artwork.
The first fully-painted feature film explores Vincent van Gogh’s life and work by bringing to life some of his most inspirational paintings.
Set inside a single room in Folsom Prison, this documentary follows three free men as they participate in a four-day group therapy retreat with convicts.
An intimate and electrifying journey that moves between four cinematic layers—performance, family, artist and nomad—to explore the fascinating world of a performer who became a significant pop cultural phenomenon.
With visual echoes of Kubrick, an impeccable sense of storytelling, surreal dialogue and Greek tragedy, Yorgos Lanthimos' latest film is a modern take on the myth of Iphigenia.
Set among families living on the poverty line in a series of budget motels in Orlando, this drama follows the summer adventures of two 6-year-old girls, Moonee and Jancey.
The story of Jane Goodall, whose chimpanzee research challenged the male-dominated scientific consensus of her time and revolutionised our understanding of the natural world.
A piercing dark comedy on the blind preoccupations of middle-class angst.
Ingmar Bergman's semi-autobiographical story follows two children, Fanny and Alexander, as their comfortable lives change dramatically when their father dies.