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2001: A Space Odyssey

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Stanley Kubrick's science fiction classics returns to the big screen to mark its 50th anniversary, presented in the way it would have been screened 50 years ago.

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2001: A Space Odyssey

Now screening

Stanley Kubrick's science fiction classics returns to the big screen to mark its 50th anniversary, presented in the way it would have been screened 50 years ago.

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Pin Cushion

Pin Cushion

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British writer/director Deborah Haywood’s debut feature tells the heartbreaking yet charming story of a mother and daughter who struggle to escape bullies, and the terrible strain it puts on them and their relationship.

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Whitney

Whitney

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Oscar®-winning director Kevin Macdonald (Marley, Touching The Void) directs this intimate portrait of the work and life of Whitney Houston, one made with full access to her family and collaborators.

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First reformed

July Podcast

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In our July podcast Cinema Curator Mark Cosgrove and Cinema Producer Tara Judah round up their cinematic picks of the month including Paul Schrader's First Reformed and the upcoming Cinema Rediscovered festival.

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Leave No Trace

Leave No Trace

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Winter's Bone director Debra Granik returns with this powerful, haunting film about a 13-year-old girl living off the grid with her war vet father.

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First Reformed

First Reformed

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The pastor of a small New England church finds his faith tested after a soul-shaking encounter with an unstable environmental activist and his pregnant wife in this taut, chilling thriller from director Paul Schrader.

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Summer 1993

Summer 1993

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Bereavement is seen through the eyes of a six-year-old girl in this assured, visually arresting debut from Catalan director Carla Simon.

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What's on today - Mon 16 July

Feature Showing
Leave No Trace PG 14:00 AD
17:00 AD DS
First Reformed 15 14:40
20:30
Pin Cushion 15 15:00
18:00 AD DS Intro
Whitney 15 17:50
Deaf Conversations About Cinema: Pin Cushion 19:30
2001: A Space Odyssey U 19:30
Summer 1993 12A (S) 20:20

What's on tomorrow - Tue 17 July

Feature Showing
First Reformed 15 15:20, 20:30
Pin Cushion 15 15:30, 18:00
Ryuichi Sakamoto: Coda PG (PS) 15:40, 20:40
Whitney 15 17:50
Leave No Trace PG 18:10 AD
Summer 1993 12A (S) 20:20

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What's on - Wed 18 July

Feature Showing
First Reformed 15 11:00, 14:40, 21:00
Ryuichi Sakamoto: Coda PG (PS) 15:00, 20:00
Summer 1993 12A (S) 15:20, 20:30
Leave No Trace PG 17:20 AD DS
Whitney 15 17:50
Pin Cushion 15 18:00 QA

What's on - Thu 19 July

Feature Showing
Whitney 15 14:10
Ryuichi Sakamoto: Coda PG (PS) 15:00, 20:10
Summer 1993 12A (S) 15:20, 20:20
Leave No Trace PG 17:30 AD
Pin Cushion 15 17:50
Preview: Apostasy + Director Q&A 15 18:00
First Reformed 15 20:30

What's on - Fri 20 July

Feature Showing
Lunchtime Talk: Facebook for Sceptics 13:00
The Receptionist 18 (PS) 17:50
A Prayer Before Dawn 18 20:10

What's on - Sat 21 July

Feature Showing
The Receptionist 18 (PS) 17:50
A Prayer Before Dawn 18 20:10

What's on - Sun 22 July

Feature Showing
Haunted Houses: Hausu 15 (S) 12:00
The Receptionist 18 (PS) 17:50
A Prayer Before Dawn 18 20:10
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Women in the spotlight at Cinema Rediscovered

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Posted on Mon 21 May 2018

Cinema Rediscovered returns to Bristol for its third edition, Thu 26 - Sun 29 July, bringing the best in digital restorations, contemporary classics and film print rarities back where they belong on the big screen, with support from BFI awarding funds from National Lottery.

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Queer Vision returns for 2018

Queer Vision

Posted on Wed 27 Jun 2018

Join us for this year’s Bristol Pride film festival, Queer Vision. Enjoy an outstanding selection of shorts and feature films of striking beauty, diversity, hope, laughter, love - and the challenges we still need to overcome.

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