Previously at the ICA
Created entirely from hundreds of hours of Chinese surveillance footage found online, Dragon Fly Eyes is an attempt to understand how the spaces in which we live are increasingly framed by the gaze of others, both human and computer.
Marcelo Martinessi’s Silver Bear winning debut feature is at once a fine character study and an acute commentary on class privilege.
Readings by poets and writers Andrew Durbin, Caspar Heinemann and Holly Pester mark the closing of the Julie Becker survey exhibition.
A Sundance prize-winner documents a father training his sons to become soldiers of holy war.
Avi Mograbi’s provocative documentary probes Israeli myth, memory and origin stories.
On writing about artists’ and experimental film, led by critic & curator Ed Halter, and artist & editor Sam Ashby.
Frank Simon‘s rarely screened documentary follows a 24-year-old drag queen named Flawless Sabrina.
An evening of short films and artist performance celebrating our unique Manifesto on self-love, care and protection.
Told in real time, Agnès Varda’s breakthrough film follows a young singer as she awaits a diagnosis.