Previously at the ICA
The history of a country whose resources are rich but whos people remain poor.
The hidden history of Black Germans tortured and murdered under the Third Reich.
David Lynch's masterpiece follows an innocent young man as he's sucked into a dreamlike world of madness and strange desires.
As well as Žižek's inspiring trip through the shadow world of cinema, this is a chance to see in full some of the films discussed by Slavoj Žižek in The Pervert's Guide to Cinema.
A deep, disquieting enquiry into the nature of identity and loss of self
A Hitchcock classic with Anthony Perkins as iconic Norman Bates.
Art historian and critic John C. Welchman talks to the ICA's Jens Hoffmann.
A classic Ealing Studios horror.
A powerful, provocative documentary about 'Holocaust tourism'.
Scientists aboard a space station find their fears and desires made manifest by an alien intelligence.