Previously at the ICA
To celebrate the upcoming feature from funny-sad, super-stylish director Wes Anderson, we have his earlier films and his latest short, plus a preview of the new one!
A fundraising initiative to raise at least £300,000 to refurbish our cinemas and pay for a continuing dynamic film programme.
The experimental audiovisual festival brings mind-expanding sounds and visions back to the ICA for three nights, with more world premieres than you can shake your Wire subscription at.
Films that cover subjects from a gay Israeli man's search for his 'missing piece' to echoes of the Holocaust in the corridors of corporate Paris, with special events, Q&As and discussions.
Artists have come out of their studios and into the galleries, blurring the line between curator and creator... Looking back at key exhibitions and curator-artists.
The Baader-Meinhof Group remain a source of fascination, 30 years after three of their leaders died on the same night in prison. This season of films looks at the terrorist group and specifically at the role of the Baader-Meinhof women.
Halloween presents multimedia mayhem, with an uncompromising programme of films and 10 days of special events.
Six films from Japan that give insight into modern living and don't involve big swords or ghosts with long hair.
Four fabulous, beautiful, euphoric, flat-out romantic films (including one sneak preview) across one special evening!
We're celebrating St David's day twice this year, with a party proper on 1 March and a bonus leap year celebration with a wealth of Welsh talents the night before.