In a first for Cinema Rediscovered, travel to Wakanda for a special free outdoor screening of blockbuster Marvel adventure Black Panther in Museum Square to celebrate Bristol's new status as UNESCO City of Film.
After the King of Wakanda dies, his son T'Challa returns home to the secretive African nation to succeed him. His succession is challenged, however, and he finds himself drawn into a conflict that could threaten his entire kingdom...
Come and enjoy the film on Bristol’s historic harbourside: we’ll be setting up a cinema screen and some seating on Museum Square, Museum Street, BS1 4RN (just outside the M Shed Café and near the Matthew and Wapping Wharf).
Arrive early to enjoy a selection of pre-show short films and get comfortable. Limited seating will be available - feel free to bring blankets and cushions. Refreshments can be purchased from any of the independent food and drink outlets at Wapping Wharf and on Museum Square. Remember this screening will take place in the open air so please dress for the weather!
There’s no booking required, just arrive as early as possible to take your seat or select your viewing spot. The evening will look like this:
20:15 - short films begin
20:35 - introduction from Adam Murray, Black Panther begins
22:54 - film ends
Access Museum Square is wheelchair accessible and there are five disabled car park spaces at The Grove (BS1 4RB), three at Brunel’s Buttery, and four at Wapping Wharf (BS1 4RH).
Cinema Rediscovered Outdoor Screenings are presented by Watershed supported by IMDb.