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Cinema Rediscovered 2022 Accommodation & Venues

We look forward to welcoming you to Bristol UNESCO City of Film at one of our partner venues.  

Ticketing:

Ticket prices: £8.50 full / £6.50 concessions / £5.00 under 24s, refugees and asylum seekers (unless otherwise stated).

All Cinema Rediscovered ticket holders can get a 6 O'Clock Gin & Tonic for £5 at the Café & Bar and Undershed during the Festival.

Buy a Cinema Rediscovered Pass: (This allows you to select from 50+ Cinema Rediscovered screenings/events between Wed 20 - Sun 24 July, subject to availability, conditions apply).

Pass prices: £100 full / £80 concessions / £60 under 24s.

Pass Holders will also get a free three-month trial and tote bag from curated online film streaming platform MUBI.

Buy a Cinema Rediscovered Multi-Ticket Package: Book 4-10 Cinema Rediscovered screenings/events and get 20% off. The Cinema Walks and the Film Quiz are excluded from the Pass and Package.

Accommodation:

There are lots of great places to stay near the festival, from the cheap and quirky to the grand and luxurious. Find out more here: https://visitbristol.co.uk/accommodation.

Our official festival hotel partner this year is The Bristol - A Doyle Collection Hotel, situated at the heart of the harbourside and just a few minutes from the festival hub, Watershed. Cinema Rediscovered Festival Pass holders will get 15% discount off room bookings – subject to availability. 

Book by Email  or Call: +44 117 923 0333

Venues:

Watershed

Watershed is the Cinema Rediscovered Festival Hub and the point of contact for all box office and access queries.

There are two places to eat and drink at Watershed, one spacious indoor Café & Bar on the first floor, where you can pre-book a table or just try your luck, as well as brand new outdoor space Undershed which has no pre-booking. Find out more.

Visit www.watershed.co.uk/visit to find everything you need to know about visiting us, including our location, access info and the latest COVID guidance:

Arnolfini

Just a 5 - 10 minutes walk across the water from Watershed, Arnolfini, Bristol’s International Centre for Contemporary Arts, will be hosting a number of Cinema Rediscovered events.

It presents an ambitious, diverse programme of visual art, performance, dance, film, and music and is home to an amazing independent bookshop, which offers an amazing selection of arts books, periodicals and magazines with the best fiction and non-fiction, quirky gifts and cards. 

You can also enjoy a bite to eat and refreshing drinks as you soak up the Summer at Arnolfini’s Harbourside Bar al fresco as well as inside. For details visit https://arnolfini.org.uk/ or check their socials @ArnolfiniArts.

Visit https://arnolfini.org.uk/visit/accessibility/ to find everything you need to know about visiting Arnolfini.

20th Century Flicks

Bristol's much loved indie video shop 20th Century Flicks, a library of some 20,000 films and home to our tiniest cinemas, the Videodrome and the Kino.

Situated 5 - 10 minutes walk from Watershed on the Christmas Steps, a historic, cobbled pedestrian street. There are 22 steps up to the shop from Colston Avenue and 25 steps down to the shop from Colston Street. There is a loading bay at the bottom of the Christmas Steps on Colston Avenue which can be used as a handy parking space to drop-off or pick-up movies from the shop. Be aware, the steps are uneven and there is no handrail (the street is listed and cannot be modified). 

To plan your visit and for access information, go to: https://www.20thcenturyflicks.co.uk/index.php?view=accessibility

Curzon Cinema & Arts

Curzon Cinema & Arts is one of the UK’s longest running cinemas in the UK in Clevedon built in 1912 and will play host a screening of In The Mood for Love on Sun 1 Aug and The Last Picture Show on Sun 8 Aug.

Besides their stunning auditorium, the Curzon has a lounge bar, serving drinks and snacks. Inside a little-changed building, the cinema can boast the world’s longest run of skelionite (1920s tin paneling) and a unique collection of historic film equipment, offering heritage value, locally, nationally and internationally.

To book tickets, plan your visit and for access information, visit: https://www.curzon.org.uk