Previously at the ICA
William Greaves’ joyfully opaque meta-documentary interrogates hierarchy, leadership and power structures.
Political organisers in Rojava discuss the revolution and practice of autonomous democracy currently unfolding in Northern Syria.
Two women forge and rekindle friendship based on their experiences of activism, in Agnès Varda’s feminist musical.
This film screening and reading by Leah Clements, Elena Colman, Alice Hattrick and Lizzy Rose marks the start of a project by a new crip research group.
Discussion of Volume 1, a photographic book that brings together nearly 40 years of Stipe’s practice of creating and collecting.
An open and public debate about precarity, collective ownership and care across independent arts spaces.
Marcelo Martinessi presents his Silver Bear winning feature, an intimate study of a lesbian couple formerly of Paraguay’s elite.
Charting Ada Colau’s momentous journey from radical activist to Mayor of Barcelona, the London premiere of this documentary is followed by a Q&A with director Pau Faus.
Informed by the disability movement, David Ruebain and Yates Norton discuss interdependence as a form of resistance.
In director Claude Faraldo’s 1973 satire, Themroc’s rebellion against dull conformism topples bourgeois society.