Previously at the ICA
A visually striking and experimental anthropological essay about border crossings in the Sonoran Desert.
This Berlin Film Festival Grand Jury Prize-winner weaves a story around a resilient Kinshasa singer who has to fight for her child’s survival.
Three young Iranian men hit the South of France in Maryam Goormaghtigh’s intimate road movie, mixing documentary and improvised fiction to enjoyable, unpredictable effect.
The first fully-painted feature film explores Vincent van Gogh’s life and work by bringing to life some of his most inspirational paintings.
Romanian life prior to the outbreak of the Second World War is the subject of Radu Jude’s fascinating archive documentary.
Filipa César’s documentary following the rediscovery of the revolutionary cinema of Guinea-Bissau and its role in reclaiming national memory.
Investigative portrait of famous Vietnam vet, ‘Bo’ Gritz, the inspiration for Rambo, that exposes the complexities of how America creates its own reality.
Benedict Seymour’s experimental feature is an urgent, engaging journey into the London riots and our current political situation via imagery from dystopian science fiction.
Portuguese director Pedro Pinho and a terrific ensemble case reinvent the agitprop tradition in a sprawling, formally inventive panoramic tale about workers defending their factory.
A film about nothing is one of the year’s finest documentaries, and a lyrical tribute to its late director, Michael Glawogger.