Previously at the ICA
STOP PLAY RECORD is a programme open to anyone interested in learning how to make experimental short films and being introduced to experts working across moving image sectors.
The first fully-painted feature film explores Vincent van Gogh’s life and work by bringing to life some of his most inspirational paintings.
Boris and Zhenya are so absorbed in their own enmity and pending divorce, they fail to notice when their unhappy child goes missing.
An affecting look at the relationships that shape us, the beliefs that define us, and the unmatched beauty of a place called home.
A chronicle of a forgotten life turns into a gripping investigation of a painful family past and a universal exploration of existence, death and intimacy.
The annual survey of what's new in Polish film and culture returns to the ICA, this time around celebrating some lesser-known archival gems ripe for rediscovery in honour of the centenary of Polish independence.
A meditation on how special and warm human interactions can be, even when faced with the uncertainty of life.
A look at the work of one of the most celebrated documentarians in Europe.
Two physicists who studied together in their youth reunite in a house in the countryside, and as they spend time in each other's company they subtly test the limits of what's appropriate.
The director turn the camera on his own problematic relationship with his father, a respected Polish documentarian.