Tate Film's cinema programme is a stage for unique encounters with artists' film in all its forms.

Structured into three strands – Pioneers, Artists' Cinema and Counter-Histories – our cinema programme brings together works by artists and filmmakers who seek to challenge the conventions of the moving image and to examine its evolving role in visual culture.

PIONEERS

This series presents retrospectives of filmmakers and artists whose works have proposed new approaches to the moving image.

ARTISTS' CINEMA

This monthly series presents previews, premieres or unique presentations of works by emerging and established artists, followed by a discussion.

COUNTER-HISTORIES

This series presents thematic programmes that challenge stereotypes of movements in film and art history.

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Winter Programme

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Tsai Ming-liang: The Deserted

5 Apr 2019, 6 Apr 2019, 7 Apr 2019

Discover the acclaimed films of Taiwanese artist and filmmaker Tsai Ming-liang in this weekend series

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Gürcan Keltek: Gulyabani

10 Apr 2019

Journey through Turkey’s natural and industrial landscapes with two short films exploring memory and resilience

Spring Programme

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Abrantes and Schmidt: Diamantino

3 May 2019

Catch a special screening of this genre and gender-bending satirical fantasy

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Mox Mäkelä: Strange

15 May 2019

Experience a boundary-pushing new audio-visual work

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Tony Cokes: Sound Systems

31 May – 2 Jun 2019

Join us for a weekend with Tony Cokes as he surveys 30 years of his groundbreaking videos

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Albert Serra: Roi Soleil

12 Jun 2019

See the artist’s award-winning new work which blends performance, installation and film

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Eduardo Williams with Mariano Blatt: Parsi

28 Jun 2019

See a free screening of this highly inventive short film, which takes a new approach to poetry and technology

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The Tate Film cinema programme is curated by Andrea Lissoni, Senior Curator, International Art (Film) and Carly Whitefield, Assistant Curator, Film. The programme is produced by Judith Bowdler, Production Manager, Live & Film.

Tate Film is supported by In Between Art Film