Previously at the ICA
On a space station orbiting the ocean-covered planet Solaris, cosmonaut Kris Kelvin arrives to investigate a series of mysterious and bizarre occurrences among the crew.
An emotional and evocative journey into the world of human trafficking in Mexico, steeped not only in loss and pain, but also in love, dignity and resistance.
Unexpectedly morphing from vérite-like drama into neorealist musical, this film pays homage to labour strikes that were prevalent during the revolutionary period of 1970s Portugal - and still resonate today.
A programme of some of the best examples of new cinema from Japan, looking at how the country's filmmakers have been drawn to portraying the '(un)true' colours of human nature.
When eccentric and sharp-tongued grandmother Katsu is magically transformed back into her 20-year-old self, she embarks on a journey to become a pop singer.
A talk looking at instances where play and cunning are both put into practice as means to dupe a state apparatus and its systematic application of violence.
An evening for young creatives aged 18-24 and cultural organisations to connect, debate and revolutionise the way they work together.
Adania Shibli leads a participatory discussion about writing practice.
55-year-old office drone Setsuko finds salvation in the form of John, an American teacher in a Tokyo language school with an unorthodox approach to teaching.
A hilarious and energetic manga adaptation following inept rookie cop Reiji, sent on a mission to infiltrate Sukiya-kai, Japan's most notorious Yakuza clan.