We couldn’t be happier to share with you the wonderful news – and dates to diarise! – that July 2018 will see the third edition of Cinema Rediscovered return to Bristol and the surrounding region. Featuring the finest in digital restorations, classic and repertory film, Cinema Rediscovered brings films back to the big screen, where … More Cinema Rediscovered Returns: July 26-29 2018
Writer and WANDA film festival programmer Rose Baker reflects on the role of The Outsider in various films screened at Cinema Rediscovered 2017. … More Bright Projections: Celebrating Cinema’s Outsiders at Cinema Rediscovered
Come the Revolution’s Adam Murray reflects on Cinema Rediscovered, Identity, Memory, Meaning and The Moving Image. … More Cinema Rediscovered: Thoughts on Identity, Memory, Meaning and The Moving Image
To accompany our screening of La Chinoise ahead of its 50th Anniversary Blu-Ray re-issue (with thanks to Arrow Films), critic Jonathan Bygraves made this video essay.
We asked our critics’ day participants for their thoughts on the state of film criticism in the UK, the role of the critic and what they hoped for the future. … More The State of Things: Meet the Participants
Led by film critic and programmer Tara Judah, filmmaker and video essayist Charlie Lyne, critic Michael Pattison (MUBI Notebook), author and activist Sophie Mayer (Political Animals: The New Feminist Cinema), editor Dorothy Allen-Pickard (Another Gaze), activist and arts and culture writer Zahra Dalilah (Gal-dem) BFI Film Academy alumnus and writer Reba Martin (RIFE) and critic and programmer Sven de Hondt, … More The State of Things: Film Critics’ Day