Previously at the ICA
This docu-fiction hybrid tells the story of Elder who, following his father's death, is sent back to live with his grandmother in Huanuni, a small town in the country’s tin mining heartlands.
This award winning debut feature from writer and director Francis Lee is a bracingly open-hearted and thrillingly romantic story set in the heart of rural Yorkshire.
A beautiful celebration of the energy, rhythm and creativity in the art of color guard: synchronised dance routines with flags, rifles and sabers.
This powerful portrait of the everyday fight for survival in war-torn Syria tells the story of a family trapped in the war zone.
Documentary artist Wang Bing's camera follows a group of garment workers and captures the contours of their lives on the eastern coast of China.
A unique opportunity to watch these sister films on one bill with an intermission.
A wildly inventive and comic take on the surreal adventures of the bragging Baron explodes on to the screen in a riot of colour, visual wit and poetic verve.
Three women encounter prostitution, slave trade, rape, kidnapping and even death, in an unwavering quest for a better life.
This uncompromising, groundbreaking work of realism, winner of Cannes’s first Caméra d’Or prize in 1978, remains one of the best films ever made on Mexican-American immigration.
French director Bertrand Tavernier takes us on an expedition of French cinema guided by his own experience as a filmmaker and his passion for the field.