An unforgettable mixture of bubblegum teen melodrama and grisly phantasmagoria, Nobuhiko Obayashi's deranged, psychedelic fairy tale is one of Japanese cinema's wildest supernatural ventures and one of horror cinema’s most exciting cult discoveries.
Some of the most distinctive voices in cinema curation open up a conversation on the importance of re-presenting and reframing archives, and in shifting our perspective on the past.
Archive practitioners from around the world and closer to home to share the story behind a recent addition to their archive.
A shorts programme of the work of Madeline Anderson, the first African-American woman to executive-produce a nationally aired television series.
An illustrated panel discussion to mark the 25th anniversary of the first Black Pyramid film festival.
From Ildikó Enyedi (On Body and Soul), this magical film spins a tale of twin girls who are born in 1880 Budapest on the same moment Thomas Edison presents his electrical lightbulb to the world.
The Final Girls present a deeply underrated horror that looks at the twisted dynamic that emerges between an astronomer and her psychotic sister.
In a first for Cinema Rediscovered, join us for a special free outdoor screening of the sci-fi cult classic Flash Gordon in Museum Square to celebrate Bristol's new status as UNESCO City of Film.
Join us for a 20th anniversary late night screening of arguably one of the greatest cult comedies of all time: the Coen Brothers' deconstructed film noir following slacker hero 'the Dude'. Virtual bowling in the Café/Bar before the film - prizes to be won!
A rare chance to see the entirety of Fassbinder's five-part, nearly eight-hour long 1973 television series about a working class German family, now stunningly restored.
Jean Renoir's delightful and savage satire, heavily influenced by the French political spirit of the 1930s, sees a group of exploited employees set up a glorious collective when their lecherous boss goes missing.
Join a panel to discuss André Bazin’s approach to cinema criticism and activism, what it tells us about contemporary film culture, and if he still has relevance today.
This striking modern romance tells the story of a transgender teen pushed to breaking point when love, life and labels collide.
Interested in film/celluloid and the machines and techniques used to project, print and shoot it? Join us for a tour of G.Hogg's (the founder of the Cube) Bedminster Studio, where he works with analogue film.
Fiction, documentary and performance art meet and mingle in this colourful portrait of gentrification in Brixton. Recently selected for preservation by the BFI, this film contributes to a growing wealth of British filmmaking.
Leslie Harris' 1993 debut - a smart, attitude-packed coming-of-age story set in New York - holds an important place in film history as the first film written and directed by an African American woman to gain British distribution.
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.
Computer scientist Harry Benson has experimental brain surgery to end his potentially dangerous seizures. But as the experiment backfires, his seizures return… with vengeance! Bristol-born Mike Hodges directs this incredibly rare psychological thrill ride.
Join us on a trip to Curzon Cinema and Arts in Clevedon, one of the oldest running cinemas in the UK, for a screening of Bill Douglas' epic story of the Tolpuddle Martyrs, six Dorset labourers deported to Australia in the 1830s for forming a trade union.
Scottish poet, artist and filmmaker Margaret Tait's (1918 - 1999) first feature film Blue, Black, Permanent - about a woman attempting to tell the story of the death of her mother in the Orkney sea.
Directed by women, each of these five short films playfully reflects upon notions of British sovereignty and identity.
Building on the cinema activism and criticism of André Bazin, join the 20th Century Flicks team for an illustrated journey through their extensive collection of films.
A special event including the UK Premiere of new 4k restorations of Aardman's earliest films.
Mark Cousins dives deep into the visual world of Orson Welles to reveal a portrait of the artist as he’s never been seen before - through his own eyes, sketched with his own hand, painted with his own brush.
Wind down and rediscover the movie trivia hidden in the recesses of your brain with this very special edition of the infamous 20th Century Flicks Film Quiz in the Café/Bar.
Carib-Asian duo Pat Hart and Sherrie Eugene-Hart are back with their hugely popular and tantalising array of fusion food, in this mouth-watering East-meets-West cultural culinary adventure from the Indian sub-continent to the Caribbean.
One of the defining works of American independent cinema, Spike Lee’s incendiary look at race relations in America circa 1989 remains a pulsating homage to life on New York's streets and maybe the best film ever made about race in America.
Join fusion chef Anupreet Attridge and be transported on a delicious cultural, culinary journey through the food influences of East Africa and the Madhya Pradesh, Punjab and Kashmir regions in North India.