30 August 2019 – 5 February 2020
Filmed in black and white on a 16mm Bolex, Bait is a unique, genre-defying new feature from British writer-director Mark Jenkin.
13 September 2019 – 4 January 2020
From one of Britain’s most unique filmmakers, a deeply personal and beautifully crafted portrait of self-discovery.
13 September 2019 – 9 January 2020
Honeyland questions the cost, both human and ecological, of unsustainable growth and the reckless pursuit of profit.
27 November – 2 December 2020
Panamanian filmmaker Ana Elena Tejera’s Panquiaco offers an unflinching reflection on the concept of home.
28 November – 3 December 2020
A Slovenian minority group in a remote Hungarian village grapples with grief and mortality following the death of an elderly villager.
The Earth is Blue as an Orange
28 November – 4 December 2020
Irina Tsilyk’s first feature tracks a Ukrainian single mother and her family as they film their lives against a backdrop of conflict.
29 November – 5 December 2020
Ksenia Okhapina’s observational study of a Russian industrial town that started life as a Soviet-era labour camp.
Sun, 29 November 2020
On 29 November 1781, the captain of the slave ship Zong ordered that some 150 Africans be murdered by drowning so that the ship’s owners could collect insurance monies. To commemorate the 239th anniversary, M. NourbeSe Philip, Saidiya Hartman, and Olivia Douglass launch Zong! (Silver Press 2020), with music from Rabz Lansiquot.
La vida en comÃºn
1 – 8 December 2020
A group of boys hunt for a puma that has been stalking their village in Ezequiel Yanco’s evocative study of rural Argentina.
2 – 9 December 2020
A devotional journey into the heart of the Argentinian Puna, a bare landscape shaped by myths and ancestral forces.
3 – 10 December 2020
Los conductos traces a restless man’s journey while simultaneously reflecting on the political and social landscape of Colombia.
IWOW: I Walk on Water
4 – 11 December 2020
Centred on 125th and Lexington in East Harlem, Khalik Allah’s monumental new diary film is a rich and deeply personal work.
Sat, 5 December 2020
INFERNO Summit is a day-long event featuring talks and performance to reflect on the cancellation and absence of queer nightlife.
FoR Shorts #1: Reynard + Seven Years in May + Tender
5 – 12 December 2020
The first in FRAMES of REPRESENTATION’s two short film programmes features new works from Portugal, Brazil and France.
Un Film Dramatique
6 – 13 December 2020
A powerful exercise in collectivity, co-directed by filmmaker Éric Baudelaire alongside a class of 20 middle schoolers.
A Storm Was Coming
8 – 15 December 2020
Javier Fernández Vázquez’s solo debut feature interrogates the complex relationship between Spain and Equatorial Guinea, its former colony.
9 – 16 December 2020
A man returns to his Galician home to unearth hidden stories of post-Franco Spain in Eloy Enciso’s powerful feature.
From Tomorrow on, I Will
10 – 17 December 2020
The daily routine of a lonely nightwatchman becomes a prism through which Ivan Marković and Wu Linfeng explore Beijing.
The Cloud in Her Room
11 – 18 December 2020
Zheng Lu Xinyuan mixes reality, fiction and experimental reveries into a powerful reflection on love and impermanence.
FoR Shorts #2: ApiyemiyekÃ®? + Aggregate States of Matters + Sun Dog
12 – 19 December 2020
Striking new works from Europe and Latin America feature in the second selection of short films in FRAMES of REPRESENTATION.
13 – 20 December 2020
Angolan filmmaker Fradique expands the possibilities of the cinema of the real with his journey into the heart of Luanda.
15 – 22 December 2020
Workers and activists in Brazil fight inequality and injustice in Camila Freitas’ searching documentary.
17 – 24 December 2020
Formats, languages, truths and fictions blend and blur in Salomé Lamas’ speculative cinematic experiment.
18 December 2020 – 18 January 2021
A series of film works by artist Rebecca Salvadori, dedicated to electronic music and the communities which ritually congregate around it.
The Anabasis of May and Fusako Shigenobu, Masao Adachi, and 27 Years Without Images
22 – 29 December 2020
Éric Baudelaire’s dark, complex and suspenseful story questions the ability of film to portray and influence reality.
Just Donâ€™t Think I'll Scream
24 – 31 December 2020
Frank Beauvais’ extraordinary film is a personal diary, a reflection on the world and a treaty on cinema.