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ICA Cinema Highlights

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6 October 2021 to 24 October 2021 London

The ICA presents a selection of diverse films for the 65th BFI London Film Festival including Veteran Syrian director Hala Alabdalla's moving portrait of her late friend in Omar Amiralay: Sorrow, Time, Silence; Jonas Bak’s compassionate debut Wood and Water that follows a woman exploring Hong Kong and Fires: a powerful anthology series of the catastrophic bushfires that swept across Australia in 2019 – 2020.

The Viewing Booth

From Friday 8 October

Exclusively screening at the ICA, Ra’anan Alexandrowicz’s feature is a one-of-a-kind cinematic testimony to the psychology of the viewer in the digital era: questioning the very act of watching in a society saturated by manipulated images.

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Honey Cigar

From Friday 8 October

An ICA exclusive screening, Kamir Aïnouz’s directorial debut is a captivating coming-of-age drama about a young woman determined to find and follow her own path from adolescence to adulthood.

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Pier Kids

From Friday 8 October

Elegance Bratton’s compelling debut follows three homeless queer black youth as they navigate the unforgiving streets of New York in search of stability.

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Coming Soon 

White Cube + Conversation with Renzo Martens

Sunday 17 October, 4pm

Follow the Cercle d’Art des Travailleurs de Plantation Congolaise (CATPC), a plantation workers’ cooperative based on a former Unilever plantation in the Congolese town of Lusanga, as they attempt to end the destructive system of monoculture on their lands by building upon it a gallery – the ‘white cube’.

The screening will be followed by a conversation with Dutch artist Renzo Martens.

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Brazil Indigenous Film Festival

22 – 24 October

The first Brazil Indigenous Film Festival features 12 films by Indigenous voices, each celebrating their heritage and asserting their right to their lands and cultural expression.

Programme:

The Right to Earth – Shorts Programme + Q&A

The Ritual Dimension

Oral, Film and History

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Never Gonna Snow Again

From Friday 15 October

A masseur both heals and spooks residents of a Polish gated community in Małgorzata Szumowska and Michał Englert’s compelling satire.

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The Invisible Life of Eurídice Gusmão

From Friday 15 October

Two sisters harbour dreams of escaping conservative Brazilian society after being separated by their controlling father in Karim Aïnouz’s Cannes award-winning feature.

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The French Dispatch

From Friday 22 October

On the death of its beloved Kansas-born editor Arthur Howitzer Jr. (Bill Murray), the staff of The French Dispatch, a widely circulated American magazine based in the French city of Ennui-sur-Blasé, convenes to write his obituary. Memories of Howitzer flow into the creation of four stories. The tenth film from the visionary mind of Wes Anderson.

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The Velvet Underground

From Friday 15 October

Todd Haynes’ new work explores explores the multiple threads that converged to bring together one of rock’n’roll’s most influential bands.

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