What's on this week

Fri 31 Oct - Thu 6 Nov

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  • The Imitation Game (12A)

    • Fri 14 Nov - Thu 4 Dec

    Benedict Cumberbatch surely has an Oscar® nomination in the bag for his performance as yet another eccentric prodigy: mathematician and cryptanalyst Alan Turing, whose biting, anti-social intelligence helped cracked the seemingly unbreakable Nazi enigma code, but whose wartime achievements counted for nothing when his homosexuality fell foul of the law in the early 1950s.

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  • Winter Sleep (CTBA) S

    • Fri 21 - Thu 27 Nov

    Director Nuri Bilge Ceylan (Once Upon A Time In Anatolia) returns to the epic backdrop of Turkey's rural steppes for this ravishingly beautiful and daringly multifaceted Palme d'Or winner, a tale of conversations and the gap between rich and poor. Truly filmmaking of the highest order.

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  • Cinébabies: Winter Sleep (CTBA) S

    • Mon 24 Nov 11:00

    Director Nuri Bilge Ceylan (Once Upon A Time In Anatolia) returns to the epic backdrop of Turkey's rural steppes for this ravishingly beautiful and daringly multifaceted Palme d'Or winner, a tale of conversations and the gap between rich and poor. Truly filmmaking of the highest order.

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  • Sci Fi: Days of Fear and Wonder: Premiere: Plan 9 From Outer Space + DJ Cheeba Live Score (PG)

    • Fri 21 Nov 21:30

    Bristol's very own AV pioneer DJ Cheeba (Ninja Tune/Solid Steel) performs a live score to Ed Wood Jr's sci-fi opus, which is just as magnificently terrible as you've probably heard. A hymn to anyone who has ever tried to create something intelligent and meaningful, only to fail miserably every single step of the way...

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  • Gone Girls Sunday Brunches: Jeune et Jolie (18) S

    • Sun 23 Nov 12:00

    The ever-prolific François Ozon's (In The House, Potiche) story of Isabelle (Marine Vacth), a 17-year-old student on an unexpected journey of sexual self-discovery as she embarks on a secret life of high-class prostitution.

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  • Fandry (CTBA) S

    • Sun 23 Nov 17:30

    A multidimensional portrait of the Indian caste system at work, as a boy from an 'untouchable' caste strives to impress his (socially) superior schoolmate. A warm vision of a country where beauty and chaos both reign.

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  • Autumn Festival of Ideas 2014: Robin Hambleton

    • Mon 24 Nov 18:00

    Robin Hambleton, Professor of City Leadership in the Centre for Sustainable Planning and Environments, UWE provides a significant contribution to thinking on public service innovation and offers insights for anyone who wants to change urban society for the better.

  • Autumn Festival of Ideas 2014: Joan Smith - Hacked Off

    • Mon 24 Nov 19:30

    Joan Smith, journalist, author, free speech campaigner and now Executive Director of Hacked Off, discusses the on going campaign for a free and accountable press and the need to bring ethics back into the heart of the British press.

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  • Hockney + Satellite Q&A (15)

    • Tue 25 Nov 19:00

    For the very first time, David Hockney has given access to his personal archive of photographs and film, resulting in an unparalleled visual diary of a long life. This is a unique view of an unconventional artist, who will join us for a live satellite Q&A from his Los Angeles studio.

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