Spun and Shottas have their first UK showings in October as part of DJ Saved MY Life - a series of nights from Amnesty International and the ICA to highlight their International Arms Campaign.

The movie programme includes an exclusive preview screening of the speed-freak story Spun, the first feature film from video wunderkind Jonas Akerlund whose controversial contributions to the art form have included The Prodigy's Smack My Bitch Up, Madonna's Ray of Light/ American Life and Robbie Williams' Come Undone.

Also featured is a re-mastered version of Fritz Lang's ground-breaking Metropolis, Lars Von Trier's Dancer In The Dark, the Jamaican guns and gangster film Shottas (starring Wyclef Jean, Ky Mani Marley, and Lennox Lewis) and - from Brazil - Cidade De Deus (City Of God).

It's backed by Noticias De Una Guerra Particular (News Of A Private War) a documentary that tells the real story of the ghetto-dwellers that inspired City Of God, co-directed by the film's director Katia Lund.