Previously at the ICA
Transfeminist workshop with ALOK to analyse the root causes of gender-based violence.
Filmmaker Mark Cousins delves into Welles’ off-screen art in this heartfelt new portrait of the legendary actor and director.
Sitting somewhere between ethnography and magical realism, Shevaun Mizrahi’s debut documentary records the stories of the residents of an old people’s home in Istanbul.
Questions of responsibility and culpability swirl in this story of a forensics doctor who becomes convinced he has caused a child’s death.
A love letter to Welles that connects the director’s films to his paintings and drawings. Introduced by Jack Klaff.
A new performance installation by Khairani Barokka touches on race, sexuality, disability and ownership.
Ulrike Ottinger’s rarely seen first feature, shown on 16mm, is a highly aestheticised adventure of self-transformation.
Eugene Jarecki’s film takes Elvis Presley’s 1963 Rolls-Royce on a musical road trip across America.
Performance and discussion activate Barokka’s installation and engage Paul Gauguin’s ‘Annah the Javanese’.
This sensual and unsettling film explores fidelity and the myth of domestic happiness.