Previously at the ICA
Benedict Seymour’s experimental feature is an urgent, engaging journey into the London riots and our current political situation via imagery from dystopian science fiction.
Portuguese director Pedro Pinho and a terrific ensemble case reinvent the agitprop tradition in a sprawling, formally inventive panoramic tale about workers defending their factory.
A film about nothing is one of the year’s finest documentaries, and a lyrical tribute to its late director, Michael Glawogger.
Meet the man who injected sensuality, transgression and fun into the 1970s NYC and Paris fashion scenes.
The horror of Mexico’s drug war is revealed through the shattering first-hand testimonies of both victims and perpetrators in this astonishing documentary by Everardo González.
The first fully-painted feature film explores Vincent van Gogh’s life and work by bringing to life some of his most inspirational paintings.
A male midwife must reconcile with his past in this supernatural Samoan drama.
Harry Dean Stanton gives the performance of a lifetime as an irascible nonagenarian maverick in a New Mexican town, grappling with his mortality.
A teenager is drawn into the past life of his neighbour in this delicate, poetic work from Brazilian filmmakers João Dumans and Affonso Uchôa.
1960s Japan receives an electrifying charge of countercultural subversion in this visually striking, anti-establishment classic.