Previously at the ICA
Adapted from Naguib Mahfouz’s novel, this pitch-perfect film noir is one of the finest adaptations of the Nobel winner’s works.
A meditative documentary that follows those who forage, salvage and find what is worth treasuring.
Desiree Akhavan’s coming-of-age clash between evangelical Christianity and gender non-conforming teens, set in 1990s Montana.
Director Koutaiba Al-Janabi presents the European premiere of his documentary combining different forms of archival footage to tell the story of Iraqis forced from their homeland.
In a talk accompanying his installation, Mitchell Akiyama posits that spaces have feelings too.
Narrative takes a backseat to character and visual immersion in this film about the obsessive relationship between a sister and brother. Followed by a Q&A with director Ahmed Fawzi Saleh.
A compassionate study of a working-class actor coming of age and coming out.
Zeina Daccache’s documentary follows women inmates through a ten-month therapy and theatre project at Lebanon’s Baabda Prison.
Discursive workshop on the relationship between identity and voice in popular culture.