Previously at the ICA
Initially a flop, May’s 1987 takedown of Reaganite policy is a film whose time has come.
Collaborators Agnès Varda and JR traverse the countryside in a cine-van documenting French working-class life.
A seductive exploration of NYC skate culture and female friendship in male-dominated spaces.
A new play by celebrated New York director and playwright Richard Maxwell.
A modern day war documentary bringing together insights into Russian military training and family grief.
An alluring documentary paying homage to haute couture legend André Leon Talley.
A passionate story told in flashback, Gaspar Noé’s sexually-charged melodrama is emblematic of his provocative style.
As sinkholes appear along the Dead Sea, this documentary examines the entanglement of economic, military and geological forces in Israel and Palestine.
Technologist Chelsea Manning is in conversation with artist and writer James Bridle, discussing the rise of artificial intelligence and the role of AI in public policy, the state of the data economy, and the issues faced by transgender people today.
A graphic animation of lives intertwined through prostitution, drugs and corruption in Tehran.