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Now newly restored, Robert Wiene's classic of German Expressionism is far more than a landmark of film history: to this day it remains unsettling, thought provoking and very impressive.
Jon Aitken met up with Bristol-based artist and musician Peter Tubey (aged 21) to find out how youth centres have changed his life and provided him with incredible opportunities.
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.
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.
Dizzying live action-animation hybrid from Waltz With Bashir director Ari Folman stars Robin Wright as 'Robin Wright', a once famous actress now sliding towards middle age.
This graceful drama from India's most renowned filmmaker Satyajit Ray, tells of a lonely housewife who lives an idle life in 1870s Calcutta. A fascinating portrait of pre-Independence India.
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 month of film, origami, manga, bento boxes, food specials and more dedicated to legendary Studio Ghibli animator and co-founder Hayao Miyazaki. Now screening is the gorgeous Ponyo...
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.
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Our Cinema Curator Mark Cosgrove considers what is unique about the cinema experience, and what the value is in seeing a film in the cinema.
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.