Previously at the ICA
A full retrospective of the films of this hugely influential feminist and postcolonialist artist and theorist.
Part of the India at 70 film season, this Focus celebrates India’s most renowned film director, recognised worldwide as one of the great masters of cinema of the 20th century.
A screening of two documentaries by Ray, each one serving as vehicles for his particular mastery.
Breaking open traditional narrative conventions in favour of what Trinh describes as a denaturalized space of acting, this film sets up intersections between reality, memory and dream zones.
The Vietnamese-born writer, theorist, composer and filmmaker speaks about her practice in moving image at the intersection of politics, ethics and creativity.
A rumination on friendship and loss as a series of vistas through a train’s windows, alongside the hopes and memories of the journey’s companions, from youth to old age.
A gathering of artists, writers, academics and filmmakers to discuss some of the themes related to Trinh’s practice.
Uncovering the hidden routes and consequences of the global arms trade, this documentary has been adapted from writer Andrew Feinstein’s book of the same title.
This workshop for young filmmakers explores the art of colour grading and how it can support the telling of a great story.
An exploration of time and memory in relation to 'the image' and the role of technology in shaping our vision of the digital age