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Jane Birkin: 5 Films
Institute of Contemporary Arts
Fri 28 July – Thu 3 Aug

Jane Birkin, with short hair and a singlet, stares out a window at the rain
Je t’aime moi non plus, dir. Serge Gainsbourg, France 1976, 90 min., French with English subtitles

From one of her earliest roles starring in Michelangelo Antonioni’s astonishing sixties mystery Blow-Up to an intimate portrait directed by her daughter Charlotte Gainsbourg, the ICA is delighted to present a programme of five films celebrating the work of iconic actress and singer Jane Birkin.

A couple dance, embracing, their faces almost touching

Screenings on 28, 29 July & 1, 2 August
Jane Birkin stars in her husband Serge Gainsbourg’s idiosyncratic directorial debut about the relationship that develops between a truck-stop waitress and a garbage truck driver.

A person turning away from the camera to look at 5 mannequins lined up

Screenings on 29, 30 July & 2, 3 August
A London fashion photographer unknowingly captures a death on film after following two lovers in a park in Michelangelo Antonioni’s intoxicating mystery.

A group of people, half seated and half stood up, all posing for a group photo. All dressed in 1930s clothes and under a gazebo.

Screenings on 29, 30 Jul & 1, 3 Aug
John Guillermin assembles an all-star cast in this adaptation of Agatha Christie's iconic murder mystery.

2 people stood looking quizical into the distance. both with their arms down and by their sides. One has a hat on, the other is holding theirs. They stand in front of a sea scape.

Screenings on 30 July & 1, 3 August
The Belgian detective Hercule Poirot, travels to an idyllic vacation island in the Adriatic Sea but when a murder is committed, everyone has an alibi.

2 people walking through a woodland/lake landscape. One is in the foreground and the other is walking with a camera

Screenings on 30 July & 1, 2, 3 August
A candid portrait of the actress and singer Jane Birkin, by her daughter Charlotte Gainsbourg.