A live satellite Q&A with Edward Snowden.
A Q&A with the current curator of artist-led gallery Cubitt ahead of the ICA's premier of a new documentary about the past and present of the organisation.
Alex Krook and Morgan Quaintance1 Nov 2016
Our screening of "That Obscure Object of Desire" was followed by a discussion with screenwriter and novelist Jean-Claude Carrière and Diego Buñuel, filmmaker and grandson of Luis Buñuel.
Following a screening of "Diary of a Chambermaid", the ICA played host to a Q&A with Jean-Claude Carrière in conversation with film critic Jonathan Romney.
This screening of "The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie" featured a panel discussion on the spectre of terrorism in Buñuel's films.
A discussion with director Pedro Costa about his brilliant film 'Horse Money', hosted by Laura Mulvey.
As part of the Onwards & Outwards film season looking at the best in independent British cinema made by women, director Beeban Kidron speaks about her 1990 film Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit.
A Q&A with Carol Morley, director of The Alcohol Years, hosted by Kate Muir, chief film critic at The Times.
A Q&A with Melvyn Bragg and ICA Executive Director Gregor Muir discussing the life and times of Francis Bacon
We spoke to Catherine Marcangeli, curator of First Happenings: Adrian Henri in the ‘60s and ‘70s
ICA Exhibitions29 Jan 2015
This is an introduction by Pasquale Iannone of the Elio Petri: A Quiet Place in the Country screening on 7 September 2014
This is a Q&A from the Elio Petri: We Still Kill the Old Way screening on 9 September
This is an introduction and Q&A from the Elio Petri: The Tenth Victim screening on 7 September 2014
The ICA and Shameless Films Entertainment are proud to present a selection of films by Elio Petri, one of the most fascinating and intriguing filmmakers in Italian cinema of the 1960s and 70s.