ICA Cinematheque series Amour Fou continues on Tuesday 24 September at 6.30pm with Mysterious Skin (2004)
ICA Film and Cinema Co-ordinator James King introduces the latest Cinematheque season Amour Fou (20 - 26 September 2013), which delves into a world of carnal obsessions, infidelity, subversive sexuality, and insane love.
ICA Executive Director Gregor Muir introduces our new Off-Site project at The Old Selfridges Hotel, A Journey Through London Subculture: 1980s to Now.
This is a reblog of a post by Parminder Viron her experience of seeing the original installation of the 'The Stuart Hall Project'.
For the final blog in our ICA Cinematheque season Consider the Fugue, Film & Cinema Co-ordinator James King looks at Jacob's Ladder (1990).
Introducing a series of posts exploring last year's See Red Women's Workshop exhibition.
With ICA Cinematheque season Consider the Fugue drawing to a close on Tuesday 27 August with Jacob's Ladder (1990).
Ahead of her talk and discussion Bend Over I'll Drive: Sex and the Stereotype (Thursday 22 August).
The next installment in the ICA Cinematheque season Consider the Fugue (6 - 27 August) is David Lynch's Mulholland Dr. (2001).
Returning to the ICA on Saturday 10 August after an immensely popular screening in June.
In the first of a series of blogs on the upcoming ICA Cinematheque season Consider the Fugue (6 - 27 August).
As part of the ICA Student Forum, Victor Wang curated Manga Made (ICA Studio, 13-14 July 2013).
Ahead of our debate The Trouble With Counter Culture on Wednesday 24 July,
Erin Johnson is part of the ICA student placement scheme, where she focuses on Communications and Audience Development.
In advance of the Shubbak screening of Round Trip on Thursday 4 July, Noreen Abu Oun from the Arab British Centre introduces the film and some of the themes it explores.
Noreen Abu Oun