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The Story of a Three-Day Pass

Melvin Van Peebles 1932 - 2021

Posted on Thu 23 Sept 2021 by Mark Cosgrove

A tribute to Melvin Van Peebles from Mark Cosgrove, Watershed Cinema Curator

Read more   Melvin Van Peebles 1932 - 2021 
an image of a man playing a trumpet
Posted on Mon 13 Sept 2021
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Cinema Rediscovered 2021 Film Critics workshop participant Malaika Kegode’s take on A Man called Adam’s swinging celebration of talent of Black male.
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Posted on Mon 13 Sept 2021
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Cinema Rediscovered 2021 Film Critics Workshop participants Jake Abatan on how positive change within the industry can start from small acts of resistance.
an image taken from Klute (1971) of a women lying on her side.
Posted on Mon 13 Sept 2021
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Cinema Rediscovered 2021 Film Critics Workshop participant Nadira Begum on the rich history of female ‘geniuses’ in cinema in front and behind the camera.

 French New Wave influences in The Story of a Three-Day Pass  

Posted on Fri 10 Sept 2021

Cinema Rediscovered 2021 Film Critics Workshop participant Yasmin Omar explores the French New Wave influences in The Story of a Three-Day Pass (1967).

 The More the Merrier (1943)  

Posted on Fri 10 Sept 2021

Cinema Rediscovered 2021 Film Critics Workshop participant Angela Moore on discovering the sexiest scene in a 1940s Hollywood romantic comedy.

 Revisiting New Hollywood Through a 2021 Lens: Jane Fonda’s Klute  

Posted on Thu 9 Sept 2021

Cinema Rediscovered 2021 Workshop participant Catherine Putman asks if Klute were to be remade today, would the detective role be awarded to a man?

 The Read on Film TikTok  

Posted on Thu 9 Sept 2021

Cinema Rediscovered 2021 Film Critics workshop participant Ian Wang on the reasons why TikToks about cinema might be less interesting than TikToks as cinema.

 There is a Dog on the Boat  

Posted on Tue 7 Sept 2021

Cinema Rediscovered 2021 Film Critics participant Charlotte Geater on learning to watch and learning to be watched, inspired by early silent films.

 My Private Pantheon  

Posted on Tue 7 Sept 2021

Cinema Rediscovered 2021 Film Critics workshop participant Clare Brunton on reclaiming the pantheon for herself.

 Hello there - we've got an update on our opening days and times... 

Posted on Mon 16 Aug 2021

We are delighted to let you know that our cinema programme is going to six days a week from Tue 31 Aug throughout September.

 Philip French Memorial Lecture: Pamela Hutchinson, 28 July 2021  

Posted on Wed 4 Aug 2021 by Pamela Hutchinson

In her Philip French Memorial Lecture launching Cinema Rediscovered 2021, author, critic and film historian Pamela Hutchinson explored the importance of looking back to understand and explore what’s happening in film culture right now. Read a summary of her lecture and download or watch her full lecture below.

 It came after The Harder They Come: The story of Perry Henzell’s No Place Like Home  

Posted on Thu 29 July 2021 by Jonathan Ali

Celebrating the release of this wonderful film, fifty years after its filming started, and setting the record straight on Perry Henzell’s erroneous status as a one-and-done filmmaker.

 Monte Hellman’s Two-Lane Blacktop 50 years on 

Posted on Tue 27 July 2021 by Jason Wood

Jason Wood, Creative Director at Home in Manchester and author, on the late Monte Hellman’s quintessential road movie Two-Lane Blacktop (1971)

 1971: The Year Hollywood Went Independent 

Posted on Thu 22 July 2021 by Mark Cosgrove

Mark Cosgrove (Cinema Rediscovered Co-Founder) shares insights into how 1971: The Year Hollywood Went Independent came about and how that period relates to mainstream film culture today.