Cultural cinema, talent development and creative technology in Bristol
Actor Olivia Wilde makes her directorial debut with this razor-sharp female-fronted comedy about two A-grade students on a mission to cram four years of fun into one night.
South West Gin Celebration: Free Tasting Event
To get you in the mood for long sun-filled summer days we're showcasing some of the South West’s finest artisan gins made using traditional skills and the best natural ingredients, kicking off in style with this free tasting event.
The instant of things: How modern tech affects our food consumption
In this Lunchtime Talk Studio Resident, Chef and Visual Artist, Jasmine Creusson joins us to discuss everything from food sustainability to her sellout food events, Four. There may even be a tasty treat or two.
A universal story of friendship, rebellion and the irresistible power of gathered youth, set to an electrifying 1990s rave soundtrack, Beats is a bittersweet coming of age story set in a small town in Scotland.
Birds of Passage
Following up on the promise shown in his 2015 hit Embrace of The Serpent, director Ciro Guerra takes on the mob epic in his latest tale about indigenous traditions and the corrupting forces of wealth and power, set against the backdrop of the Colombian marijuana boom of the 1970s.
Claire Denis makes her English language debut with this strange, sexual and totally surreal sorta-sci-fi starring Robert Pattinson as a criminal on a mysterious space mission.
Almost 50 years after technical issues scuppered its original release, Sydney Pollack’s concert film about Aretha Franklin’s legendary gospel album Amazing Grace finally makes it to the big screen, and is already being hailed as one of the finest music documentaries ever made.
Woman at War
Benedikt Erlingsson follows up his 2013 hit Of Horses and Men with this warm-hearted and utterly unique look at an Icelandic eco-warrior juggling environmental action and foster motherhood.
This month Cinema Producer Tara Judah and Campaigns Manager Ti Singh focus on Clare Denis' High Life. They discuss how her new film explores the human condition, isolation and incarceration and talk about our accompanying Lost in Space season.