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The story of Afrobeat pioneer, multi-instrumentalist, human rights activist and all round rhythmic genius Fela Kuti is brought to captivating life by Oscar®-winning documentary maker Alex Gibney. Join us for our Afrobeat party on Fri 5 Sept from 22:00 - late in the Café/Bar!
Our 90 second mini-movies are now all available for your viewing pleasure over at depict.org - we need your help to determine the winner of the Shooting People Audience Award, so have your say on the films now!
Bristol, come and play with your shadows... we are delighted to announce that this year's winner of the international £30,000 Playable City Award is Shadowing, which will be launched in the city in the autumn.
This winter we are taking a giant leap into the world of Sci Fi with a huge season dedicated to the world's most popular film genre. Get a sense of the shape of the season here, and sign up for updates...
A Hitchcockian tension infuses this eco-terrorist thriller, confirming Kelly Reichardt's talent at capturing the realities of American life at a granular level of detail.
Stand-up comedian Donna's drunken one-night stand - and epic lapse in judgment - turn out to be the beginning of a hilarious and totally unplanned journey of self-discovery and empowerment.
This engrossing Scandinavian crime drama is the first adaptation of the Department Q novels. A detective is now a pariah on the force after a shootout goes badly wrong.
What's on today - Tue 02 Sept
|The Keeper of Lost Causes (15)||20:10||Book tickets|
|Night Moves (15)||20:50||Book tickets|
|Two Days, One Night (15)||20:30||Book tickets|
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What's Rife: Free Masterclass
Aspiring writers, journalists, bloggers and reviewers aged 16-24 can join the Rife team and guest speaker Elizabeth Day for a free masterclass on how to become a journalist.
Two Days, One Night
Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne return with another deeply affecting social drama, this time combining their humanistic heart with the tautness and pace of a ticking-clock thriller.