Cinema Rediscovered returns for its fifth edition in and around Bristol UNESCO City of Film from Wed 28 July - Sun 1 Aug celebrating the return of the big screen experience with a line-up of brand new restorations and rediscoveries before going on a UK wide tour from Aug – Oct 2021.
Screening at cinemas including 20th Century Flicks, Clevedon’s Curzon Cinema & Arts, Arnolfini and Watershed, the festival will launch a UK wide tour of highlights (Aug – Oct 2021), and an online offer via MUBI, the global streaming service, production company and film distributor.
We recommend you book early to avoid disappointment as capacity is limited this year.
Cinema Rediscovered 2021 programme
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Cinema Rediscovered 2021 Film Critics Workshop participant Angela Moore on discovering the sexiest scene in a 1940s Hollywood romantic comedy.
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.
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.
Jason Wood, Creative Director at Home in Manchester and author, on the late Monte Hellman’s quintessential road movie Two-Lane Blacktop (1971)
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.
Film programmer and writer Adam Murray pays homage to actor Yaphet Kotto who passed away earlier this year, leaving behind an incredible body of work.