See some of the best in world cinema at the Institute of Contemporary Arts and the Prince Charles Cinema during the Terracotta Far East Film Festival. The festival is a showcase of film from the Asian film circuit, with a broad range of carefully picked films showing across the two venues.
Now a firm favourite in the film calendar, the showcase is building on the massive success of 2013 with an even more diverse and extensive selection of highlight movies. This year, the special “Spotlight On” event focusses Pilipino films, with many film buffs predicting the work produced in the island nation to be the next big thing.
Another highlight of the 2014 festival is the Terror Cotta Horror All-Nighter, serving up a chilling marathon of ghosts, zombies, demons and ruthless killers; while other attractions include short film competitions, seminars, Q&A sessions with the big names from the industry, and master classes where fans can interact with their favourite directors.
Venue Details & Map
7 Leicester Place, WC2H 7BY [map]
The Prince Charles Cinema is the only independent cinema in the West End. The cinema shows the latest releases as well as a mix of arthouse, cult and classic films.
Nash House, The Mall, SW1Y 5AH [map]
The ICA is the centre for international contemporary arts in Britain with 3 galleries (exhibitions changing approximately every 8 weeks).