Previously at the ICA
Winterfilm Collective’s unflinching 1972 documentary captures US veterans’ accounts of the massacre at My Lai.
A satirical essay-film told from the perspective of Nothing, narrated by Iggy Pop and shot by 62 cinematographers in 70 countries.
Two filmic studies of abandoned spaces, followed by a Q&A with directors Ivan Ramljak and Edward Lawrenson.
Director Grégoire Beil presents the UK premiere of his innovative film, constructed entirely from Periscope exchanges.
A multisensory installation transforms the Studio into a pulsating, seething and inscrutable presence.
The poetry of everyday life in contemporary France depicted via short films made on a live video streaming app.
The true story of Scottish factory workers’ protest against Augusto Pinochet’s dictatorship.
Lizzie Borden’s 1983 feminist classic offers a futuristic vision of a post-revolutionary United States.
Ricki Stern and Annie Sundberg chronicle the history of US abortion rights, namely the landmark Roe v. Wade decision of 1973 and the pro-choice/pro-life battle that continues to rage in its wake.
Alfie Bown presents a talk on dating simulators, sex robots and mutations of love in the technocapitalist era.