Previously at the ICA
The three fearsome films that made Park Chan-wook a scary-movie superstar, plus his new one.
<p>A special programme from the UK Jewish Film Festival dedicated to Israeli cinema.</p>
Fabulous, fucked up films, from grindhouse to gross-out, kung fu to kitsch, blaxploitation to sexploitation, weird world cinema and beyond.
Pop into the ICA to have lunch in our cafe, listen to new music and hear our lunch time talks.
Spanking fresh sounds, a sonic colonic irrigation, a musical spring clean here at the ICA.
Two new docs and one remarkable rediscovery reminding us that truth is stranger, murkier and scarier than fiction.
The second Fashion in Film festival, If Looks Could Kill, explores the compelling links between cinema, fashion, crime and violence.
Two fantastic recent Japanese hits from director Tetsuya Nakashima.
Four screenings with very special guests, discussing the process, challenges and emotions faced in turning winning words into winning cinema.
A season of recent films offering insights into life in Tibet and exploring the exile condition of Tibetan refugees in India.