Previously at the ICA
Eugene Jarecki’s film takes Elvis Presley’s 1963 Rolls-Royce on a musical road trip across America.
An African-American detective infiltrates the Ku Klux Klan in visionary filmmaker Spike Lee’s retelling of a true story.
In this documentary by Clément Cogitore, two feuding families live in adjoining compounds deep in Siberia’s boreal forest, their settlement completely unreachable by road.
A public talk by the distinguished scholar and artist, addressing the ethical dimensions of the global present.
Living by their own rules, two families inhabiting Siberia’s boreal forest are threatened by each other, wild animals and environmental change.
Director Pawel Pawlikowski’s haunting exploration of faith and history uses gritty monochrome to evoke Poland’s communist era.
A focused setting to discuss the questions raised during Saturday’s talk by Ferreira da Silva, and to share related ideas and practices.
Paweł Pawlikowski’s epic romance is a dreamlike journey through a continent divided by World War II.
Investigating how aid dollars are spent, Thor Neureiter’s documentary offers unique insight into a multi-billion dollar world. Followed by a Q&A with writer and producer Antony Lowenstein.
Three performance-lectures by climate change communicators, artists and writers ask how information can be transmitted in more embodied, less hierarchical ways.