Previously at the ICA
A collection of shorts from across the Arab World showing the hybrid modes of adapting literary texts to screen.
Based on a short story by Brazilian writer Jorge Amado, Oussama Fawzi’s sophomore film is a hallucinatory nocturnal journey into the depths of the human.
Set amid the Algerian War, Ahmed Rachedi’s film concerns the struggle for liberation and the inherent problems of freedom.
A screening of Claire Denis’ Nénette and Boni and Mati Diop’s Big in Vietnam
A partial story of the US entertainment industry through the life of Quincy Jones.
A Palestinian drama following a father and son around Nazareth amid preparations for a family wedding.
May’s directorial debut is a marvel of comic invention complete with romance, class satire and betrayal.
The personal story of British rapper and activist M.I.A., from Tamil resistance politics to pop.
A dance rehearsal turns into a series of traumatic scenes after a bad trip on LSD.
One of the great American romantic comedies, May’s film dismantles the genre’s tropes one by one.