Previously at the ICA
An Egyptian filmmaker struggles to depict the soul of a city on the edge, while facing loss in his own life.
Two workers at a meat processing plant find out by chance that they share the same dream every night and try to recreate in broad daylight what happens in their shared subconscious.
The London-wide festival returns, showcasing the best emerging talent and allowing cinemagoers to be the first to see the best new films.
A solitary ornithologist gets swept by a river in northern Portugal and ends up plunging into a dark, eerie forest where uncanny obstacles and people put him to the test.
A rare and incisive female-centric documentary about the political and cultural landscape of contemporary Pakistan and India, 70 years after they divided.
A disaffected, middle-aged Thai architect is reunited with an elephant from his childhood in this gently surrealistic and boldly visual debut from Kirsten Tan.
A Chilean documentary filmmaker plunges into a family’s darkest secret, with irreversible consequences.
“Grandma our roof is leaking / Don’t worry son, Twitter will save us!” Korean punks Bamseom Pirates take on the world in this anarchic documentary.
A Colombian coming-of-age comedy set on a gloriously eccentric Caribbean island where two squabbling siblings must cover their tracks after an unforeseen accident.
A portmanteau feature that is an often laugh-out-loud portrait of Lebanon and all its myriad charms and idiosyncrasies.