Branded the 'scariest horror movie in years' following its premiere at Sundance earlier in the year, Ari Aster's disturbing spook show, featuring a bravura performance by Toni Collette, is a domestic thriller about the most frightening ghosts of all: the spirits within.
Rupert Everett - who writes, directs and stars in this magnificent drama - was born to play Oscar Wilde, and this, Everett's "11th-hour masterpiece" (The Times) focuses on Wilde's final years following his notorious trial and imprisonment for "gross indecency".
One of the funniest films ever made, Mel Brooks’ marvellously crafted, beautifully shot comedic homage to James Whale’s 1931 classic Frankenstein is both a loving tribute and a raucous, irreverent parody of the classic horror movies of the 1930’s.
The story of troubled sailor Donald Crowhurst has attracted a lot of attention from filmmakers with two adaptations this year alone. Brit indie horror director Simon Rumley (The Living and the Dead) has produced his own provocative take on this most unusual of heroic tales.
Described as a “modern day Elvis” by Liam Gallagher, any fan of George Michael will be interested in this documentary revealing how he became one of the biggest pop stars of the world.
This in-depth documentary all about musician Damon Gough (AKA Badly Drawn Boy) looks at the legacy of his iconic and Mercury Prize winning album The Hour of Bewilderbeast, eighteen years after its original release in 2000.
This extraordinary documentary about the legendary Queen Of Jazz - Ella Fitzgerald - looks at the secret behind her timeless voice that could melt chocolate.
The story of The Wedding Present's much-heralded 1987 debut album George Best, exploring the 30 year lifespan of a record that has come to define youth in the minds of so many and has been labelled the greatest break-up album of all time.
A shiver of fear runs right through Spanish director Juan Antonio Bayona's (A Monster Calls) debut - a gothic frightener about a long-abandoned orphanage with a particularly troubling past, that plays brilliantly on our profound yet unacknowledged fear of children.
Documentarian John Scheinfeld gives jazz titan John Coltrane his cinematic due in this comprehensive and engrossing look at the most accomplished tenor sax player and jazz composer the world has ever seen.
Join us to vote for Bristol’s Selection for Iris Prize’s Best of British competition. Queer Vision is a selection partner for the Iris Prize - whose focus is excellence in LGBT+ storytelling on screen.
This Sundance winner is a poignant and compassionate story from director Desiree Akhavan - who sensitively adapts an acclaimed coming-of-age novel to create a refreshingly original teen movie.
A heartfelt exploration of the hopes, dreams, and everyday reality of a group of intersex and transgender friends in Kenya.
Legendary documentary filmmaker Frederick Wiseman turns his inquisitive eye behind the scenes of one of the greatest knowledge institutions in the world: the New York Public Library.
Join us to celebrate the achievements of one of the nation’s most loved institutions and appreciate the vital role that health care professionals play in our lives at this special screening of historic films and clips to celebrate 70 years of the National Health Service in Bristol.
From 19:30 join us for Deaf Conversations About Cinema, an informal discussion featuring simultaneous BSL (British Sign Language) interpretation about the themes of Pin Cushion in the Café/Bar (Deaf and hearing audience members are both most welcome).