Previously at the ICA - Films
3 Nov 2015
There will be a Q&A with Andrey Zvyagintsev following the screening, hosted by The Guardian film critic Peter Bradshaw.
In a down-and-out industrial town on the shores of the Barents Sea, the film follows Kolya (Aleksey Serebryakov), a local mechanic, who tries to save his family from eviction by the town’s greedy mayor who, as Kolya believes, covets his land. As he takes on the powerful and corrupt state, Kolya loses his house, his wife and his freedom in quick succession.
Hailed by critics—and equally denounced by Russian authorities—as a searing criticism of Putin’s Russia, Leviathan is a modern-day parable of an everyman’s struggle against forces that are beyond his control. The film won a Golden Globe for Best Foreign Film and an Academy Awards nomination in the same category.
In collaboration with Cygnnet Publishing.
Leviathan, dir. Andrey Zvyagintsev, Russia 2014, 139 mins
The ICA Cinema is completely ad-free. Please note the feature will start following a selection of trailers and information relevant to the ICA programme. All films are 18+ unless otherwise stated
Please note that a three minute short film will be screened before the first main feature every evening. Part of a rotating selection that changes weekly, the films shown are currently on tour to various arts venues across the country as part of Playback