Tate Modern's Starr Cinema programme brings together works by visionaries who seek to challenge ideas around the moving image. It examines film and its evolving role in culture today.

Featuring the work of filmmakers and artists who have dedicated their craft to finding new and innovative approaches to cinema, you will enjoy must-see previews, premieres, and specially themed programmes by emerging and established artists.

The programme also gives film lovers a chance to view video, film, installation, performance and sound-based works in various galleries and spaces around Tate Modern.

All events in the Starr Cinema have a step-free access route available and space for wheelchairs. Works screened as part of the Tate Film programme will have a provision of captioning, transcript or equivalent.

The Tate Film programme is curated by Valentine Umansky, Curator, International Art and Beatriz García-Velasco, Assistant Curator, International Art.

Tate Film is supported by Fondazione In Between Art Film.