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Nam June Paik: Moon is the Oldest TV

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An illuminating portrait of Korean artist Nam June Paik, the "Godfather of Video Art".

Mad About the Boy: The Noël Coward Story

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The inspirational story Noël Coward, told in his own words and music, and unique home movies.

The Exiles

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In 1989, Christine Choy filmed the leaders of the Tiananmen Square democracy movement in the months following the June 4th massacre.


Showing from Sat 03 Jun

An intimate and revealing look at Tina Turner’s improbable journey through life.


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In Northeast Siberia, a wildfire is raging. Expecting no help from the authorities, the villagers rally to tackle the encroaching blaze.

Brainwashed: Sex-Camera-Power

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In this compelling cine-essay, Nina Menkes takes us through the history of the male gaze in cinema.


Julie On Line

Showing on Tue 06 Jun

Director Mia Ma films her friend Julie as she tries to find a way to live with schizophrenia.


The Natural History of Destruction

Showing on Thu 08 Jun

A poignant archival film on the destruction of European cities in World War II that raises complex moral questions.

My Imaginary Country

Showing from Fri 09 Jun

In his latest film, the renowned documentary-maker returns his razor-sharp gaze to Chile, a country on the cusp of long overdue change.