Director Mani Kaul explores the ancient tradition of terracotta pottery and sculpture, and the several legends associated with it.
An in-depth look at the world of Polish film posters with master Andrzej Klimowski.
A beautiful documentary essay looking at an ancient form of classical music originating in northern India.
An essay about the work of Julius Eastman, the queer African-American avant-garde composer, pianist, vocalist and conductor.
A look at how emerging artists are depicting depression, anxiety and our obsession with social media and new technology in original ways.
A highly sensitive and beautifully-crafted essay film about the lives of political prisoners during Portugal's Salazar dictatorship, and the devastating effects this repression had on their children.
Fusing elements of performance, documentary and home movies, this programme is an overview of a filmmaker whose work continues to evade categorisation.
A personal and historical essay film about the intensely dramatic political landscape of the late 1960s.
A scintillating, monumental feature-length work, composed simply and brilliantly of an edited compilation of shots of the night sky, lifted from 550 films from the beginning of cinema history right up to the present, and from all around the world.
A critical favourite at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival, Force Majeure is a wickedly funny and precisely-observed black comedy.