An award-winning Japanese anime film following a young girl's experience during WWII.
A complex and volatile character study of Julian Assange by Academy Award-winning director Laura Poitras.
An actress reopens old wounds after fleeing her soulless corporate job and reuniting with friends she left behind long ago.
A multi-format film moving between the lives of several subjects in several geographical locations and exploring what it means to live and work in the digital present.
This programme features key works by a filmmaker, screenwriter and visual artist Elisabeth Subrin. Presented in collaboration with Club des Femmes.
A stylised and idiosyncratic telling of the history of mass migration from Africa, the Caribbean and South Asia to a post-war Britain.
Seen through the eyes of its remarkable inhabitants, a town in western Georgia struggles in the wake of deindustrialisation.
This documentary is a journey into essential Italian cinema through the lens of director of photography Carlo Di Palma's artistic life.
A documentary about the 20th century German sculptor and performance artist Joseph Beuys.