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Upcoming Premieres, Preview Screenings and Director Q&As

This week the Institute of Contemporary Arts presents the London premiere of Shakedown with an introduction by director Leilah Weinraub, preview screenings of Whitney and Summer 1993 screenings of Frantz Fanon: Black Skin, White Mask. Artists' Film Club shows a selection of rare shorts by Toshio Matsumoto and the event Daughters of Africa Screen Narratives: Archive Revelations VII features selected shorts by African women filmmakers.



PREMIERE: SHAKEDOWN + INTRO BY DIRECTOR LEILAH WEINRAUB
28 June, 8:30pm

This chronicle of the ‘Shakedown’ parties, a party for queer black women in Los Angeles, shows how the underground strip club events galvanised a community. With exclusive archive material, posters and flyers, this film takes a personal look at female desire, rarely presented on the big screen.

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HIGHLIGHTS



RYUICHI SAKAMOTO: CODA
From 29 June

From techno-pop stardom to Oscar-winning film composer, Ryuichi Sakamoto has had a prolific career spanning over four decades. As Sakamoto returns to music following a battle with cancer, his haunting awareness of life crisis leads to a resounding new masterpiece. 

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PREVIEW: WHITNEY
Until 1 July

The latest biopic about Whitney Houston brims with surprising revelations told in interviews with her closest circles. Topics of childhood sexual abuse, the secret relationship with her best friend, her mother’s affair with the church minister and father suing her for $100 million unveil the betrayal of church and family that fed into Houston’s personal struggles and self-destruction. 

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FRANTZ FANON: BLACK SKIN, WHITE MASK
From 30 June

Artist Isaac Julien and curator Mark Nash present their film collaboration Frantz Fanon: Black Skin, White Mask (1996), which was recently restored by the British Film Institute. This biographical portrait of the influential psychologist, philosopher, writer and revolutionary Frantz Fanon is named after his book Black Skin, White Masks (1952) about the psychological effects of colonialism.

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PREVIEW: SUMMER 1993
1 July, 8:15pm

Orphaned at six years old, Frida is adopted by her uncle’s family in the Catalan countryside and learns to cope with her trauma, displacement, confusion and loneliness. Summer 1993 closely focuses on Frida’s interactions with her new nuclear family and the rural environment, and captures the fragility of childhood grief, displacement, confusion and loneliness.

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STILL PLAYING


BOOM FOR REAL: THE LATE TEENAGE YEARS OF JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT


This documentary provides a fresh perspective on the movements that touched and inspired him, as well as the influence a bankrupt, violent city had on his work, showing how Basquiat has become the ultimate representation of this period, fed by its politics, the rise of both hip-hop and punk rock, race issues and the art scene itself.​

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MAQUIA: WHEN THE PROMISED FLOWER BLOOMS
From 27 June

A tale of love and loss, this animated fantasy tells the story of Maquia, an orphan and lonely teenage girl from the Iolf clan. Her people live peacefully for centuries in their adolescent bodies, weaving their stories into fabrics. When a violent mortal tribe invades, Maquia escapes into the woods, where she finds an orphan baby and raises him into adulthood, yet remains trapped in her immortal body. 

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STUDIO 54

Studio 54 was the epicentre of 1970s hedonism – a monumental magnet for beautiful stars, casual sex and mounds of cocaine. Rare footage featuring a parade of colourful patrons and staff, as well as honest interviews with the nightclub founder Ian Schrager, reveal the carefree naiveté and unbridled ambition that first built and ultimately destroyed the infamous club. 

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A gritty, penetrating story of adolescence to adulthood, set in a small Romani community in Calabria.

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McQueen
Zama
The Square
L'Amant Double
 
ARTISTS’ FILM CLUB


FOR THE DAMAGED RIGHT EYE: THE SHORT FILMS OF TOSHIO MATSUMOTO 
27 June, 6:45pm

Presented together for the first time in the UK, this screening presents a rare selection of short works by the pioneering Japanese filmmaker Toshio Matsumoto (1932–2017). 

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SHORT FILM SCREENING


DAUGHTERS OF AFRICA SCREEN NARRATIVES: ARCHIVE REVELATIONS VII + Q&A
29 June, 6:30pm

Short films by African women filmmakers, curated by June Givanni. The June Givanni Pan African Cinema archive was established to help bring awareness to the significant contributions to cinema by peoples of the African continent and African diaspora. Following the screening programme, curator June Givanni and artist-filmmaker Onyeka Igwe join for a Q&A. All ticket sales from this event support the archive’s continued work. 

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COMING SOON


 
EX LIBRIS: THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY
From 13 July

Frederick Wiseman delves into the inner workings of the New York Public Library, highlighting its rich and layered range of community services.

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PIN CUSHION
From July 13

Mother and daughter duo move to a new town, face the wrath of frenemies and retreat into fantasy.

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THE GOALIE’S ANXIETY AT THE PENALTY KICK
From 13 July

Wim Wenders’ debut film about an errant goalkeeper losing his mind, newly remastered in 4K.

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Institute of Contemporary Arts, The Mall, London SW1Y 5AH

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