What's on this week Fri 28 Aug - Thu 3 Sept

Gemma Bovery 15 (S)

Until Thu 3 September

In this sexy and lighthearted re-imagining of Posy Simmonds’ graphic novel (itself a re-imagining of Flaubert’s literary classic) Gemma Arterton stars as an earthy beauty who stirs passions in the male inhabitants of a Normandy village.

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The Wolfpack 15

Until Thu 3 September

This stranger-than-fiction documentary depicts the unusual upbringing of six brothers who have spent their childhoods locked away from the outside world by their protective father and whose only reality is via the world of movies they have been obsessively watching and re-enacting.

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Summer Animated Adventures: Castle in the Sky PG (S)

Fri 28 Aug - Thu 3 Sept

The very first animated feature released by Studio Ghibli, a thrilling airborne adventure inspired by Gulliver’s Travels, helped secure Hayao Miyazaki’s reputation as a true visionary.

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45 Years 15

Fri 28 Aug - Thu 10 Sept

Andrew Haigh’s powerful follow up to his acclaimed Weekend follows the story of a couple (Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay) whose 45 year marriage is rocked by news that triggers deep turmoil for them both. One of the best British films of the year.

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Cinébabies: 45 Years 15

Mon 31 Aug 11:00

Cinébabies is our weekly daytime screening of one of the current films in the programme specifically for parents/carers with babies under 12 months.

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L'Eclisse PG (S)

Fri 28 Aug - Thu 3 Sept

The concluding chapter (following L’avventura and La notte) of Antonioni’s loose trilogy about doomed relationships in the modern world remains a landmark of modern cinema.

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The President 15 (S)

Fri 28 Aug - Thu 3 Sept

With echoes of real-life political events, from the Arab spring and beyond, this gripping and inventive parable of power and revenge shows Iranian director Makhmalbaf’s skill of combining a spirit of childlike play with a disquieting adult atmosphere of political corruption and brutality.

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Puppetry Festival: DIY Kids & Young People: Animation Workshop

Sat 29 Aug

A workshop full of fun and mischief: Inspired by our screenings for families – Continental Kids and Ivor Wood – join in and we’ll help you create your own character and bring it to life on film.

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Puppetry Festival: Continental Kids PG (S)

Sat 29 - Sun 30 Aug

This colourful selection of European films, old and new, offers up enchanting stories and magical characters sure to entertain and inspire the next generation.

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Puppetry Festival: Punch and Judy by Robert Styles

Sat 29 - Sun 30 Aug

Mr Punch made his first appearance in London in 1662 (according to Samuel Pepys). He has been delighting audiences with his incorrigible antics ever since.

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Puppetry Festival: Ivor Wood: An Animated Celebration PG

Sat 29 - Sun 30 Aug

Ivor Wood was a pioneer of stop-motion animation and an unsung hero of British children’s television. The prolific Anglo-French animator created many iconic programmes including The Herbs, The Wombles, Paddington and Postman Pat.

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Puppetry Festival: Barry Purves Retrospective + In Conversation 12A

Sat 29 Aug 18:00

In this special retrospective we take a look back over the work and examine the creative process of one of Britain's most eminent animators - Barry Purves.

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Puppetry Festival: BFP+: Masterclass with Barry Purves

Sun 30 Aug 10:00

This masterclass will explore some of creative techniques and skills involved in directing animation and puppetry on film and an opportunity to experience first hand the directing process with a master of the art of puppetry - Barry Purves.

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De Niro: Midnight Run 18

Sun 30 Aug 12:00

Setting aside the gritty character portrayals, Robert De Niro delivers one of his greatest comic performances, revealing a fine touch for the genre in the process in absolutely nailing his role as ex-cop Jack Walsh in Martin Brest's (Beverly Hills Cop) cult odd-couple road movie.

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Puppetry Festival: Handmade Puppet Dreams Volume VI 12A

Sun 30 Aug 18:00

A programme of independent artists’ short films exploring the craft and storytelling of live-action puppetry.

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Puppetry Festival: DIY Pupperty: Stop Motion on a Shoestring with Mary Murphy

Mon 31 Aug 10:00

Want to build a stop motion puppet using affordable materials and film it in action? During this practical and fun, all-day workshop Mary Murphy, resident artist at Puppet Place and freelance model maker and animator, will guide you through the process step by step.

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Puppetry Festival: I Am Big Bird: The Caroll Spinney Story 12A

Mon 31 Aug 15:00

This heart-warming documentary chronicles the life of Caroll Spinney, the man who has been Sesame Street's Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch since 1969.

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Puppetry Festival: Puppets on Screen 2: Darkness 12A (S)

Mon 31 Aug 18:00

This second collection of shorts is a dynamic mix of animated and live-action films, delving deeper into the psyche of the puppet. From the notion of creation, to the death of a puppet, we discover the complex and nuanced subjects artists are approaching through puppets on screen.

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Looking For Love + Director's Q&A 15

Tue 1 Sept

This frank documentary looks at the state of love and relationships in contemporary black British communities: why are there so many single people of all ages out there? What is love anyway, and can you keep a good relationship going?

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Organic September: GMO OMG + Q&A CTBA

Thu 3 Sept 19:30

GMO OMG director and concerned father Jeremy Seifert is in search of answers. How do GMOs affect our children, the health of our planet, and our freedom of choice?

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Fri 4 - Thu 10 Sept

Cinéphiles

Until Mon 7 September

Cinéphiles is a film discussion group that meets once a month to discuss films chosen from Watershed’'s programme. All are welcome.

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45 Years 15

Fri 28 Aug - Thu 10 Sept

Andrew Haigh’s powerful follow up to his acclaimed Weekend follows the story of a couple (Charlotte Rampling and Tom Courtenay) whose 45 year marriage is rocked by news that triggers deep turmoil for them both. One of the best British films of the year.

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Lunchtime Talk: Evolving Atomic and Molecular Aesthetics

Fri 4 Sept 13:00

In this week's talk UWE lecturer and studio resident Tom Mitchell and creative technologies intern Ed Davies will present their recent work evolving molecular aesthetics: creating an Interactive Evolutionary Computation interface for their danceroom Spectroscopy project.

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The Second Mother 15 (S)

Fri 4 - Thu 10 Sept

The established hierarchy between housemaid Val and the family she cares for is upset with the arrival of Val's biological daughter in this gently funny and beautifully made award-winner from Brazil.

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Cinébabies: The Second Mother 15 (S)

Mon 7 Sept 11:00

Cinébabies is our weekly daytime screening of one of the current films in the programme specifically for parents/carers with babies under 12 months.

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Closed Curtain CTBA (S)

Fri 4 - Thu 10 Sept

Seminal Iranian director Jafar Panahi returns with this half-fiction, half-documentary that looks at imagination and the creative spirit under political pressure.

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Cartel Land 15 (S)

Fri 4 - Thu 10 Sept

With unprecedented access, double Sundance award-winner Cartel Land is a harrowing look at the journeys of two modern-day vigilante groups and their shared enemy - the murderous Mexican drug cartels.

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Onwards and Outwards: Morvern Callar 15

Sun 6 Sept 12:00

Making a film version of Alan Warner’s cult novel Morvern Callar required a filmmaker with guts and vision and it found it’s perfect match in Scottish director Lynne Ramsay.

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The Stick House Ages 14+

Mon 7 Sept - Sat 17 Oct

Raucous' The Stick House is a dark gothic fable fusing film, music, performance and creative digital technology spinning a tale of love found, betrayals made and hearts laid bare in an astonishing and captivating theatre journey deep in the tunnels beneath Bristol. A beautiful, compelling theatre adventure that will make you hold your breath...

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How To Change The World + Satellite Q&A 15

Wed 9 Sept 20:00

Fresh from picking up the Environment Award at the Sheffield Documentary Film Festival this is the fascinating story of the early years of the world's biggest activism organisation - Greenpeace.

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Fri 11 - Thu 17 Sept

The Stick House Ages 14+

Mon 7 Sept - Sat 17 Oct

Raucous' The Stick House is a dark gothic fable fusing film, music, performance and creative digital technology spinning a tale of love found, betrayals made and hearts laid bare in an astonishing and captivating theatre journey deep in the tunnels beneath Bristol. A beautiful, compelling theatre adventure that will make you hold your breath...

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In Cold Blood 15

Fri 11 - Tue 15 Sept

Richard Brooks' adaptation of Truman Capote's true-crime novel about a horrendous murder and its aftermath is ripe for rediscovery - ageless, all too relevant and darkly powerful, see it on the big screen while you can.

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How To Change The World 15

Fri 11 - Mon 14 Sept

Fresh from picking up the Environment Award at the Sheffield Documentary Film Festival this is the fascinating story of the early years of the world's biggest activism organisation - Greenpeace.

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Cinébabies: How To Change The World 15

Mon 14 Sept 11:00

Cinébabies is our weekly daytime screening of one of the current films in the programme specifically for parents/carers with babies under 12 months.

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Pasolini 18 (S)

Fri 11 - Thu 17 Sept

The last day in the life of the great Italian poet and filmmaker Pier Paolo Pasolini is brought vividly to the screen by Abel Ferrara (Bad Lieutenant) with Willem Dafoe in a gripping central performance.

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Onwards and Outwards: Fish Tank 15

Sun 13 Sept 12:00

Director Andrea Arnold followed her exceptional feature debut Red Road with this equally powerful drama of a female on the margins, which featured a remarkable performance from non-professional newcomer Katie Jarvis as 15 year-old Mia.

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Encounters 2015: Cinematography - State of the Art (TBC)

Tue 15 Sept 18:00

Join some of the world's most successful cinematographers, including Stuart Dryburgh (The Piano), Geoff Boyle (Wallander) and Nic Knowland (Berberian Sound Studio) to learn how they create and capture unforgettable pictures and how they see the future of the big screen.

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Encounters 2015: How Film Can't Live without Music with Huey Morgan 15

Tue 15 Sept 20:30

Join revered musician and DJ Huey Morgan in this exclusive event as he explores a selection of films using music as a focus - and examining how some films just would not be complete without it.

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Encounters 2015: Encounters Industry Forum

Wed 16 - Fri 18 Sept

An intensive three day event, the Industry Forum combines high-level masterclasses, panel discussions and industry film screenings with networking opportunities designed to connect filmmakers to industry.

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Encounters 2015: Short Film 1 - Turning Points 15

Wed 16 Sept 10:00

Life-changing times arrive in many different shapes and forms and the young protagonists of these short films find themselves face-to-face with a shift in their reality which will transform them forever.

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Encounters 2015: Cartoon d'Or 15

Wed 16 Sept 11:00

An exclusive UK screening of the 2014 Cartoon d'Or shortlist, featuring the best of the best in animation.

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Encounters 2015: Short Film 2 - Extreme Measures 15

Wed 16 Sept 12:00

The compelling characters in these short films provide us with an insight into the intricacies of human nature and the many ways our actions can escalate to the point of no return.

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Encounters 2015: BBC at Encounters: The Future of Short-form Channels

Wed 16 Sept 13:00

This panel session with BBC Three's Max Gogarty provides an update on the themes, strategy and creative direction that will enable a more personalised and social form of digital broadcasting for the first time.

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Encounters 2015: Animation 1 - Sensual Delights 15

Wed 16 Sept 14:00

Sit back and drift through this wonderful galaxy of animated worlds where experimentation is the name of the game.

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Encounters 2015: NAHEMI 15

Wed 16 Sept 15:00

The National Association in the Moving Image (NAHEMI) presents a programme of outstanding recent work produced by film, television and animation students around the country, with special awards for creativity and cinematography.

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Encounters 2015: Short Film 3 - Mysterious Ways 15

Wed 16 Sept 16:00

All revolving around some kind of mystery, these atmospheric and immensely captivating short films will draw you into their enigmatic world and sometimes leave you with a tingle down your spine.

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Encounters 2015: Shorts2Features: Dartmoor Killing + Q&A 15

Wed 16 Sept 17:15

Bafta winning director Peter Nicholson's feature film debut is a dark and atmospheric story of female friendship tested by deceit, betrayal and a terrifying past.

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Encounters 2015: Animation 2 - The March Of Time 15

Wed 16 Sept 18:00

From bittersweet memories to futuristic virtual visions, this collection of films is focussed on chronology and what lies in the past and future.

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Encounters 2015: Short Matters Programme 1 15

Wed 16 Sept 19:00

One of three short film programmes offering you the chance to see the short film nominations for the European Film Awards - all are free drop in screenings!

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Encounters 2015: ... Why the Short Face? 15

Wed 16 Sept 19:45

Presented here for your evening’s delight is a fantastic mix of films, each with a funny take on life - and there’s a strong dose of dark humour thrown in for good measure!

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Encounters 2015: Terry Jones presents Boom Bust Boom 12A

Wed 16 Sept 20:30

A mix of live action, animation, puppetry and song, Python Terry Jones' new documentary walks us through the history of financial crashes and shows the link between our unstable economy and how economics is taught.

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Encounters 2015: Pro-creations 15

Wed 16 Sept 21:45

From ‘tipping the velvet’ to ‘whispering sweet nothings’ ...there are many euphemisms for sex and love, and so we discover there are some rather good films on the subjects as well. In the first of two collections of shorts you will find they all have one or two things on their mind.

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Encounters 2015: Short Film 4 - Strangers in a Strange Land 15

Thu 17 Sept 10:00

Telling stories of immigrants, refugees, asylum seekers and the chilling return of far-right nationalist groups as seen through the eyes of a child, these bold and thought-provoking films explore what is arguably one of the hottest topics currently on the Western world’s agenda.

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Encounters 2015: Film Bilder 15

Thu 17 Sept 11:00

interfilm Berlin presents eight diverse, entertaining and award-winning short films created by the ground-breaking animation studio FILM BILDER.

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Encounters 2015: Short Film 5 - New Beginnings 15

Thu 17 Sept 12:00

Dealing with loss, courage, hope and second chances, the diverse international short films in this programme provide an affecting and life-affirming look at human relationships and the challenges involved in picking up the pieces and making a fresh start.

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Encounters 2015: Widening the Lens

Thu 17 Sept 13:00

A Panel discussion hosted by Filmmaker Joanna Coates, and in collaboration with Film Fatales, addressing the frequent contemporary stereotypes we often encounter on screen.

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Encounters 2015: Animation 3 - Close To The Edge 15

Thu 17 Sept 14:00

Be Brave. Whether it is a portrayal of insanity, impending doom, senseless murder or the outer limits of life and imagination; you will find a taste of all that in this strong and powerful programme.

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Encounters 2015: Astley Baker Retrospective 15

Thu 17 Sept 15:00

Highlights from the BAFTA-winning, Oscar®-nominated career of Mark Baker and Neville Astley, two of the most commercially successful British animators ever, responsible for the well-known and much-loved children’s TV series Peppa Pig.

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Encounters 2015: Short Film 6 - Life. Camera. Action. 15

Thu 17 Sept 16:00

Blurring boundaries between narrative, documentary and video-art, the formally daring films in this programme demonstrate the freedom inherent in the short form to experiment with, deconstruct and ultimately reinvent film language.

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Encounters 2015: Animation 4 - Friends and Family 15

Thu 17 Sept 18:00

Where would we be without friends and family? Each of these outstanding films explores and celebrates the strength of relationships - from the joys of domestic nostalgia to the pain of losing a loved one.

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Encounters 2015: Short Matters Programme 2 15

Thu 17 Sept 19:00

This is your chance to watch all of the 2014 Nominees in these free, drop in screenings.

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Encounters 2015: Pillow Talk 15

Thu 17 Sept 20:00

In the second of the loved-up film offerings these shorts have stories about relationships and the making and breaking of them.

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Encounters 2015: Desert Island Flicks - Carol Morley 15

Thu 17 Sept 20:30

In this special event Carol Morley (Dreams of a Life, The Falling) will talk about and show clips from films which have inspired her alongside clips from her own film work - and will read from her new semi-autobiographical novel.

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Encounters 2015: Music Video 15

Thu 17 Sept 22:00

Dazzling visual art, wild stories and animated adventures in sound, music and image that showcase the best and most innovative examples in this groundbreaking genre of the short form from new and emerging talent.

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Encounters 2015: C4's Moments of Horror 15

Thu 17 Sept 22:30

Fancy a late night fright? Join Film4's Catherine Bray as she presents Channel 4's Moments of Horror short film strand.

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Fri 18 - Thu 24 Sept

The Stick House Ages 14+

Mon 7 Sept - Sat 17 Oct

Raucous' The Stick House is a dark gothic fable fusing film, music, performance and creative digital technology spinning a tale of love found, betrayals made and hearts laid bare in an astonishing and captivating theatre journey deep in the tunnels beneath Bristol. A beautiful, compelling theatre adventure that will make you hold your breath...

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Encounters 2015: Encounters Industry Forum

Wed 16 - Fri 18 Sept

An intensive three day event, the Industry Forum combines high-level masterclasses, panel discussions and industry film screenings with networking opportunities designed to connect filmmakers to industry.

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Encounters 2015: Short Film 7 - Reality Checks - International Documentaries 15

Fri 18 Sept 10:00

A trip around Europe in five outstanding documentaries - the films in this programme put the spotlight on some of the most interesting and daring developments the factual format has achieved in short film this year.

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Encounters 2015: The Aardman Panel - Comedy Writing For Animation

Fri 18 Sept 11:15

A panel of the finest screenwriters and directors in the business on comedy writing for animation - don't miss this wonderful opportunity to hear from these first rate professionals and learn about what it takes to be outstanding in their field.

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Encounters 2015: Short Film 8 - Stranger Than Fiction 15

Fri 18 Sept 12:00

Blurring boundaries between narrative, documentary and video-art, the formally daring films in this programme demonstrate the freedom inherent in the short form to experiment with, deconstruct and ultimately reinvent film language.

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Encounters 2015: Encounters with Romanian Shorts Part 1 15

Fri 18 Sept 13:00

Part 1 of a country focus produced in partnership with Arkadia Shortfest, we are glad to present a selection of the most rewarded Romanian short films in recent history that have helped shape the 'New Romanian Wave'.

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Encounters 2015: Animation 5 - Rise and Fall 15

Fri 18 Sept 14:00

From the evolution of life to the end of civilisation, these films touch upon forms of power and how we invest time and effort in social identity, competition and warfare.

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Encounters 2015: Encounters with Romanian Shorts Part 2 15

Fri 18 Sept 15:00

Part 2 of a country focus produced in partnership with Arkadia Shortfest, we are glad to present a selection of the most rewarded Romanian short films in recent history that have helped shape the 'New Romanian Wave'.

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Encounters 2015: Short Film 9 – About a Girl 15

Fri 18 Sept 16:00

Celebrate a variety of fascinating and multi-faceted female characters in this programme of female-focused shorts unrestrained by stereotypes.

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Encounters 2015: Shorts2Features: The Survivalist + Q&A 15

Fri 18 Sept 17:15

A post-apocalyptic drama where a ruthless loner's carefully ordered world is upset by two women who find his cabin. As trust and food quickly run into short supply, self-preservation takes on a new meaning...

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Horse Money CTBA (S)

Fri 18 - Thu 24 Sept

The restless spirits of Portugal’s post-colonial underclass stumble through the latest film from one of the true poets of contemporary European cinema. Portuguese auteur Pedro Costa’s follow-up to his groundbreaking Colossal Youth is a hauntingly beautiful contemplation of his country's tumultuous past and uncertain future.

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Encounters 2015: Animation 6 - A Breath of Fresh Air 15

Fri 18 Sept 18:00

The natural world plays a central role in most of these clever animated gems, which all say something fresh about the way we live and breathe.

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Encounters 2015: Short Matters Programme 3 15

Fri 18 Sept 19:00

One of three short film programmes offering you the chance to see the short film nominations for the European Film Awards - all are free drop in screenings!

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Encounters 2015: Ursula Meier and John Parish in conversation 15

Fri 18 Sept 19:15

We welcome Swiss filmmaker Ursula Meier and Bristol-based musician John Parish (best known for his work with PJ Harvey) to discuss their collaboration and the importance of music and sound in the filmmaking process.

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Encounters 2015: Reasons to be Cheerful 15

Fri 18 Sept 20:00

The second of two comedy programmes that offers up a plate of humour and comedy - from a cartoon dog desperate for walkies to a dinner party that goes disastrously wrong.

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A Girl at My Door 18 (S)

Fri 18 - Thu 24 Sept

A resolutely left field and refreshingly off kilter Korean drama that follows a policewoman whose protection of a young abused girl sees her come under the scrutiny of the inhabitants of a dark little town.

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Encounters 2015: Concert of Collage 15

Fri 18 Sept 21:45

Join us for the performance of Citation City - a time-travelling voyage through one city, assembled from hundreds of movie clips and inspired by the wanderings of Walter Benjamin.

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Encounters 2015: Late Lounge 18

Fri 18 - Sat 19 Sept

Bring a bucket, sit back and try to make yourself comfortable for one helluva rollercoaster ride! Behold the annual grungefest of outrageous sick and twisted shorts.

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Encounters 2015: Mauerblüten (Wall Blooms) 15

Sat 19 Sept 09:30

Five short films about life with The Berlin Wall, which marked the deadly borderline that cut through the city for 28 years, symbolising both the division of Germany as well as the state that entrenched itself behind it.

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Encounters 2015: Petite Perpetual Cinema - Family Friendly PG

Sat 19 Sept 10:00

Back by popular demand...this year the 2015 Encounters Perpetual Cinema offers free, drop in viewing of a selection of top family friendly short and animated films which have screened in competition during the festival week.

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Encounters 2015: Short Film Highlights 2015 15

Sat 19 Sept 10:00

As the festival comes to a close and winners are celebrated, we bring together a collection of highlights from the 2015’s live action crop.

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Encounters 2015: Nina Needs to Draw Children's Workshop with Disney Junior

Sat 19 Sept

Encourage your children's imaginations and pencils to run wild with a free illustration workshop presented by ArthurCox, the producers of popular Disney Junior animation Nina Needs to Go.

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Encounters 2015: A Celebration of Halas and Bachelor featuring Animal Farm 15

Sat 19 Sept 11:30

To celebrate the 75th anniversary of the creation of what was once the UK's biggest and most important animation company Halas and Batchelor, Encounters is delighted to present a digitally re-mastered version of the classic Animal Farm.

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Encounters 2015: Animation Highlights 2015 - Politics, Pals and Power 15

Sat 19 Sept 12:30

Discover a fantastic array of superbly produced international works each offering something unique and excellent either in technique, story or visual flair.

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Encounters 2015: The 400 Blows PG

Sat 19 Sept 13:30

François Truffaut's landmark autobiographical film traces 13-year-old Antoine Doinel's bleak odyssey through a life of aloof parents, oppressive teachers and petty crime.

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Encounters 2015: DepicT! Showcase 15

Sat 19 Sept 15:30

The big screen premiere of the tiny shorts (90 seconds or less) in the running for the DepicT! awards - plus a chance to meet the talent behind the films.

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Encounters 2015: Ursula Meier Retrospective 15

Sat 19 Sept 16:00

A retrospective of the work from Swiss director Ursula Meier, with an introduction from Meier herself before the screening.

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Encounters 2015: Sister 15 (S)

Sat 19 Sept 18:15

Ursula Meier's second feature is about the growing gap between rich and poor as we follow the lives of a sister and brother who live in a housing complex below a luxury Swiss ski resort.

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Onwards and Outwards: Kiss The Water PG

Sun 20 Sept 12:00

Eric Steel, director of San Francisco suicide documentary The Bridge focused on a rather different subject for his latest film - a rare and enigmatic Scottish woman who became a legend in the world of making flies for salmon fishing.

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Encounters 2015: Award Winners Screening 15

Sun 20 Sept

Catch a selection of the award winning short and animated films in this unmissable showcase...a regular sell out, make sure you get your tickets quick!

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Dartmoor Killing 15

Mon 21 - Thu 24 Sept

Bafta winning director Peter Nicholson's feature film debut is a dark and atmospheric story of female friendship tested by deceit, betrayal and a terrifying past.

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Cinébabies: Dartmoor Killing 15

Mon 21 Sept 11:00

Cinébabies is our weekly daytime screening of one of the current films in the programme specifically for parents/carers with babies under 12 months.

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A Syrian Love Story 12A (S)

Mon 21 - Thu 24 Sept

Filmed over five years, this is the powerful, moving story of one Syrian family's incredible odyssey to political freedom in the West - but at what cost?

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Showcase: Pervasive Media Studio Summer Residencies

Tue 22 Sept 18:00

From sonic seashells to personalised prosthetics, it has been a busy summer in the Pervasive Media Studio. Join us for this unique opportunity to meet with five of our newest residents, all of whom have been undertaking intensive research and development programmes with us over the past few months to develop their ideas, their practice and their projects.

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