Previously at the ICA
Paweł Pawlikowski’s epic romance is a dreamlike journey through a continent divided by World War II.
The personal story of British rapper and activist M.I.A., from Tamil resistance politics to pop.
Collaborators Agnès Varda and JR traverse the countryside in a cine-van documenting French working-class life.
A visceral and captivating critique of masculinity revolving around the toxic relationship between a dog groomer and a former boxer.
Unfolding in real-time, in a single take, Erik Poppe delivers a reconstruction of the devastating Utøya summer camp massacre.
Director Gus Van Sant interprets the memoir of provocative humourist and cartoonist John Callahan.
The tumultuous story of Orson Welles’ long unfinished final film told through archival footage and revelatory new interviews.
An hypnotic meditation on Jamaica’s history, spirituality and class stratification that ultimately centres on its people.
A young woman director’s research for a new script turns into an attempt at seduction.
Multimedia artist Rachel Maclean’s film is a comic deconstruction of European art history’s feminine beauty ideals.