The Creative Cities Convention has confirmed it will be coming to Bristol UNESCO City of Film for 2024! Super Early Bird tickets for the two-day event, scheduled for the 23rd and 24th April 2024, are now officially on sale.
Thank you to everyone who supported Bristol’s first Summer Film Takeover! We’ve celebrated film in buses, on bicycles, in carpark basements, crypts, churches, former dept stores and even beamed onto buildings. Tell us what you thought by completing our super quick survey.
Bristol city centre was alive with Hip Hop beats last weekend, thanks to The 4 Pillars: 50 Years of Hip Hop, a special celebration to mark a half-century of the genre and its impact on the city’s culture, as part of Bristol’s Summer Film Takeover.
Film lovers with a passion for the click, whir and chatter of a celluloid projector joined together to enjoy a free day-long celebration of 100 Years of 16mm Film on 30th July, as part of Bristol’s Summer Film Takeover.
Kicking off Bristol’s Summer Film Takeover on 22-24 June, Windrush 75: Stories Through Film presented a weekend of specially curated films highlighting the journey of Bristol’s Afrikan-Caribbean community from the 1940s.
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