Previously at the ICA
The powerful impact of Alexander's personality and work is captured in never-before-seen home movies, audio tapes and behind the scenes footage.
A chronicle of Studio 54’s founders, who created a den of excess for the ostracized, queer and fabulous.
A tale of love and loss, this animated fantasy tells the story of Maquia, an immortal teenage girl who raises a mortal child.
This chronicle of the ‘Shakedown’ parties, hosted by African-American lesbians in Los Angeles, shows how the underground strip club events galvanized a community.
An intimate portrait of composer Ryuichi Sakamoto, following his return to music after battling cancer.
Isaac Julien and Mark Nash’s portrait of the influential psychologist, philosopher, writer and revolutionary Frantz Fanon.
Cyclist David Millar, once famously banned for doping, trains for a final race.
Assaulted and raped by policemen, a young Tunisian woman struggles against patriarchal systems, systemic corruption and the narrative of victimhood.
Dual screening featuring the story of Ake, a young paralysed man in Thailand, and a memorial portrait of artist Mark Aguhar.
A lyrical film by Frances Scholz and Mark von Schlegell set amid the cultural mythologies, fakery and shared hallucinations of Los Angeles.