Screening as part of the London Migration Film Festival Anbessa captures one boy taking on modernization on his own terms, revealing a unique and magical perspective on the myth of “progress” that entraps us all.
Legendary Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood leads us on a tour through his life and career with a little help from his friends - including Mick Jagger, Rod Stewart and Damian Hirst - in Mike Figgis' intimate portrait of the British rock royalty.
In tribute to the late, great and much-loved master of cinema verité, D.A. Pennebaker's wife and long term collaborator Chris Hegedus joins us for a screening of their 1993 classic on the Clinton election campaign, The War Room.
With the skyscrapers of the City glinting nearby, the traditional working-class inhabitants of East London's Hoxton Street navigate the rough seas of gentrification and austerity, in a revealing portrait of London today presented with Urban Labs.
UK Jewish Film Festival present this wild and free-spirited documentary – featuring many of Chilly Gonzales’ collaborators over the years, including Daft Punk, Feist, Jarvis Cocker and Peaches – charts his career and perfectly captures his incredible energy.
UK Jewish Film Festival present this fascinating documentary charting the rise to fame of Czech-born two-time Oscar-winning director Milos Forman – the man behind classics such as One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Hair and Amadeus.
Delving beneath the public persona of the charismatic ‘Rock God’, Mystify: Michael Hutchence reveals a multifaceted and sensitive man. Hutchence had explosive magnetism, but also many secrets; his story emerges here with emotional and revelatory depth.
The sequel to Nightcleaners (1975) about the campaign to unionise women who cleaned office blocks at night, '36 to '77 focusses on one of the cleaners featured in the film as she reflects on that time and how it affected her life.