Q&As

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Q&As

Delve deeper into the films we screen in our cinemas and event spaces with our Q&A screenings, which we're proud to host throughout the year.


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Upcoming Q&A events

Phantom Parrot

classified 12A
Phantom Parrot
Tue 16 April 18:00
Film

When a human rights activist refuses to give his phone passport to the police and is prosecuted, a journalist uncovers documents proving the existence of a top-secret surveillance programme, codenamed Phantom Parrot.

Caribbean Nights: Poetry

classified 18 (CTBA) Lyra
Caribbean Nights: Poetry
Thu 18 April 20:00
Film

A screening of the BBC’s thought-provoking 1986 Arena film Caribbean Nights: Poetry, which changed the UK's attitudes towards Caribbean poetry.

Poetry Film Screening
Sat 20 April 15:00 (DS)
Film

Haus für Poesie presents a selection of the best films from the ZEBRA Poetry Film Festival.

Preview: Love Lies Bleeding
Wed 24 April 17:40 (AD)
Film

Director Rose Glass follows up her debut film Saint Maud with an electric 1980s-set crime thriller filled with blood, sex and brawn.

Hiding in the Lights

classified 18 Conspirators of Perception
Hiding in the Lights
Thu 25 April 18:00
Film

Katrina Daschner's first feature-length film is the culmination of a series of experimental shorts since 2008.

Mapantsula

classified 15
Mapantsula
Sat 27 April 17:00
Film

Award-winning Director Oliver Schmitz's Mapantsula - cult classic and one of the most influential films to ever be produced and exported out of Africa - has been restored in glorious 4K and will be screening on South Africa’s Freedom Day in collaboration with Afrika Eye and the University of Bristol.

Cables & Cameras presents: Space(s) by Luke Frsh
Sun 5 May 16:00
Film

A short film by Luke Frsh that follows a young man trying to find his place in the world.

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