Previously at the ICA
Paweł Pawlikowski’s epic romance is a dreamlike journey through a continent divided by World War II.
The personal story of British rapper and activist M.I.A., from Tamil resistance politics to pop.
An hypnotic meditation on Jamaica’s history, spirituality and class stratification that ultimately centres on its people.
Fixated on France’s ‘lost cultural identity’, teenager Antoine becomes the troubled centre of a summer writing workshop.
A timely study of the contemporary art world, greed and the new global elite.
Leaving Essex for London and in search of stimulation, Jim goes from penniless to escort and artist’s muse.
Painful yet essential, this monumental eight-hour work unearths the testimony of survivors of the Communist Party of China’s re-education camps.
A raw, unfiltered document of a family attempting to navigate collective trauma.
Part one of artist Wang Bing’s eight-hour epic, which unearths the testimony of survivors of the Communist Party of China’s re-education camps.
Five newly recovered and restored films from Palestine’s revolutionary era.