Previously at the ICA
A look at the films of this distinctive Greek filmmaker.
A five day convening of thinkers and artists advancing upon discourses of technofeminism that have unfolded over the past two decades
A retrospective of Oleksandr Dovzhenko’s newly-restored silent film masterpieces, the so-called ‘Ukrainian Trilogy’: Zvenyhora (1928), Arsenal (1929) and Earth (1930).
A full retrospective of the films of this hugely influential feminist and postcolonialist artist and theorist.
Part of the India at 70 film season, this Focus celebrates India’s most renowned film director, recognised worldwide as one of the great masters of cinema of the 20th century.
A weekender of movie masterworks screened on glistening 35mm celluloid.
All seven films of the great Soviet master, from Ivan’s Childhood to his last masterpiece The Sacrifice.
LSFF returns to the ICA for its 15th year, with another radical and reactive programme of short films from across the globe.
A second period of the In Formation platform, occurring across the ICA's spaces and encompassing public talks, workshops, performances, residencies and screenings.
A programme of some of the best examples of new cinema from Japan, looking at how the country's filmmakers have been drawn to portraying the '(un)true' colours of human nature.