14 Sep 2017

We’re delighted to be returning to Porsche Centre Bristol this Autumn for a screening of Rush, the 2013 film depicting the rivalry between Formula One legends James Hunt and Nicki Lauda. Join us in the showroom for a drinks reception, with the chance to admire a selection of classic and…

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12 Sep 2017

Following our screenings of Frida and Mr. Turner at the RWA, we’re delighted to be returning with an Academy Screening of Cabaret.  The Academy Screenings are designed to bring critically-acclaimed films back to the big screen, and offer a different perspective on the film by way of an introduction. On this occasion we’re delighted…

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24 Aug 2017

At Bristol Film Festival, we’ve always been fascinated by the role of music in silent film, and the way in which a score can dramatically change the impact of a scene. During our first festival weekend, our screening of Sherlock Jr. with a score played by Bristol Ensemble was deliberately designed…

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21 Aug 2017

If you’re a horror movie fan, then there’s only one place to be this Autumn. Horror In The Caves is back this Halloween, featuring thirteen horror movies screened deep in the Redcliffe caves. For one weekend only, this Bristol landmark will be transformed into a post-apocalyptic labyrinth, screening movies ranging…

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18 Aug 2017

The Playback touring exhibition in association with Random Acts opens at the Arnolfini today for a ten day run. Over 200 films by young filmmakers in the UK, including many from Bristol, the films reflect the concerns and vision of young people working with film today. Watch over 200…

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16 Aug 2017

Applications are now open for volunteers for Bristol Film Festival! If you’re interested in volunteering at Bristol Film Festival this Autumn, we have a range of positions available depending on your experience and yours interests. From event managers to photographers and social media assistants, volunteering at the festival is a…

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13 Aug 2017

On 13th August 1899, Alfred Hitchcock was born. Hitchcock was known as the Master Of Suspense and was responsible for classics including Psycho, Vertigo and Notorious.

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09 Aug 2017

After the success of Notorious last year, we’re pleased to announce a second collaborative screening with the Cary Grant Festival. As part of our Autumn series of events, we will be hosting a Vintage Screening of the dark comedy Arsenic & Old Lace. This is arguably one of Grant’s best comic performances,…

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07 Aug 2017

We’re delighted to announce our new partnership with Wriggle.

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03 Aug 2017

This September, we’re delighted to be continuing our series of successful ‘On Location’ screenings with our sponsor Dick Lovett. After our screenings of Bullitt at Porsche and Goldfinger at Aston Martin’s showroom, we’ll be visiting the MINI showrooms in Bristol and Bath for a special screening of The Italian Job. This film is a favourite…

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