01 Jun 2020

In the first of our new ‘Isolation Cinema’ series, Natalie Moore, Senior Officer for Bristol Film Office and Bristol UNESCO City of Film, shares some of the films she’s been watching during lockdown.    Call Me By Your Name (2017) I think many of us are feeling the impact…

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14 Apr 2020
30 Mar 2020
30 Mar 2020

We’ve almost finished rescheduling our upcoming events – if you are a current ticket-holder for any of our screenings then you should have received an email this afternoon with updated information. If you are a ticket-holder for any of our events and have not heard from us yet, please…

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18 Mar 2020

We have been closely monitoring the developing situation with the current Covid-19 outbreak, and liaising with our venues. Unfortunately we have made the extremely difficult decision to postpone some of our upcoming 5th anniversary screenings during March and April. This has not been made lightly, but ultimately the health…

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24 Sep 2019
Labyrinth Film Still

24th September marks what would have been the 83rd birthday of genius filmmaker and puppeteer Jim Henson. Best known as the creator of The Muppets, Henson’s career also included the creation of classic fantasy films such as Labyrinth and The Dark Crystal. Born in Mississippi in 1936, Henson expressed an interest early…

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11 Sep 2019

School may only just have started again, but it’s never too early to start to think about how to keep the family entertained during October half term. This year, half term for Bristol schools runs from 25th October – 4th November.   Spooky Cinema at Arnos Vale Our exciting…

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03 Sep 2019
butch cassidy facts article

September marks the 50th anniversary of the release of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, which we’re celebrating with a special Vintage Screening in partnership with Averys Wine Merchants. Have a look at some of our wild facts about this classic movie. 1 – “No Second Acts in American Lives”  William…

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07 Aug 2018
26 Jul 2018

Today marks what would have been the 90th birthday of the legendary filmmaker Stanley Kubrick. Born in New York, Kubrick developed a fascination with film and photography in childhood, and made his first film, Day of the Flight, in 1951. He began to achieve widespread commercial success in the Sixties…

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