Leon Gast’s award-winning 1996 film portrays the heavyweight champ as an artist, philosopher and poet.
By Emily Bray
To the kids with the “coolest jobs on earth”, being yourself is all that really matters.
This hit musical, released 60 years ago, remains the pinnacle of the American singer’s film career.
The actor is at his intense and emotional best in Martin Scorsese’s underrated late ’90s thriller.
Billy Wilder’s classic 1960 comedy is the perfect film to get you in the festive spirit.
By Tom Graham
Nagisa Ôshima’s World War Two-era drama is strange seasonal tale.
Walt Disney’s first feature-length animation has lost none of its romance and magic.
By Jeremy Carr
Released 60 years ago, the director’s masterfully coordinated World War One drama remains one of his finest achievements.
By Adam Scovell
The director’s 1957 occult classic continues to cast a long, sinister shadow over horror cinema.
By Mike Fordham
The director of The Endless Summer and On Any Sunday has died aged 80.
Contemporary Hollywood could learn a thing or two from Preston Sturges’ progressive and daring film.
One of the great screen visions of modern Paris come to the ICA on 35mm in association with MUBI
Don’t miss this explosion of feminist merry-making in Věra Chytilová’s 1966 classic, screening with ICA and MUBI.
Journey into the mind of the great Agnès Varda as part of our 35mm season with MUBI and ICA.
Anthony Minghella’s elegant direction perfectly compliments the actor’s sensitive lead turn.
Come and see the maestro's final big trick on a 35mm print at the ICA cinema with MUBI and Little White Lies.
We have teamed with MUBI and the ICA to host a 35mm screening of this true original.