Bristol City of Film
What are Cookies?

As is common practice with almost all professional websites this site uses cookies, which are tiny files that are downloaded to your computer, to improve your experience.

This page describes what information they gather, how we use it and why we sometimes need to store these cookies. We will also share how you can prevent these cookies from being stored however this may downgrade or ‘break’ certain elements of the sites functionality.

For more general information on cookies see the Wikipedia article on HTTP Cookies.

Cookie Policy

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About cookies

We put small files, known as ‘cookies’, onto your computer, tablet or smartphone. We use cookies to:

  • remember your preferences
  • improve site performance
  • see how people use our site so we can improve it

There are two types of cookies:

  • session cookies, these are deleted when you close your browser
  • persistent cookies, these last longer and expire after a certain amount of time

Manage or delete cookies

You can manage and delete cookies. Find out how to change your cookie settings on the website. There is also information about managing cookies on the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) website.

If you delete or disable our cookies, you might not be able to register on our site or use some of our online features.

Email if you find any cookies not listed here.

Cookies on

We use the following cookies on

  • wp-settings-{user_id}: persistent, expires after 1 year
  • wp-settings-time-{user}: persistent, expires after 1 year
  • wordpress_logged_in_{hash}: session, deleted when you close your browser
  • wordpress_test_cookie: session, deleted when you close your browser
  • cmplz_consented_services: persistent, expires after 1 year
  • cmplz_policy_id: persistent, expires after 1 year
  • cmplz_policy_id: persistent, expires after 1 year
  • cmplz_marketing: persistent, expires after 1 year
  • cmplz_statistics: persistent, expires after 1 year
  • cmplz_functional: persistent, expires after 1 year
  • cmplz_banner-status: persistent, expires after 1 year
  • _lscache_vary: persistent, expires after 2 days
  • wfwaf-authcookie*: persistent, expires after 1 day
  • _grecaptcha: persistent, expires after 6 months

    Google Analytics cookies

    We use Google Analytics cookies to collect information about how you use our website.

    This includes:

    • what pages you visit on our sites
    • how long you spend on each page

    We do this to make sure the site meets peoples’ needs and to help us make the site better.

    We use the following Google Analytics cookies:

    • AMP_TOKEN: persistent, expires after an hour
    • _ga: persistent, expires after two years
    • _gat: persistent, expires after one minute
    • _gid: persistent, expires after 24 hours

    You can opt out of Google Analytics using a browser add-on, supplied by Google.

    Cookies from embedded content

    When using our website, you might notice some cookies that are not related to This happens when you visit a page that contains content from a third party.


    See Facebook’s cookie policy.

    Google services

    We embed Google maps and sheets on our site. Google uses cookies to remember your preferences such as your preferred language, collect usage data and show personalised information.

    How Google uses cookies
    Types of cookies used by Google


    See Twitter’s cookie policy.


    We embed Vimeo videos on our site. Vimeo uses this cookie:

    Used to count how many times a video is watched.
    Persistent cookie, expires after two years.

    Vimeo’s cookie policy


    We embed Youtube videos on our site. Youtube uses cookies to collect data, such as:

    • the number of views a video gets
    • how many different people watch a video
    • where they are

    Youtube uses these cookies:

    • GPS: persistent cookie, expires after 30 minutes
    • PREF: persistent cookie, expires after seven months
    • VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE: persistent cookie, expires after six months
    • YSC: session cookie, deleted when you close your browser
    • remote_sid: session cookie, deleted when you close your browser

    Youtube is part of Google and uses their cookie policy:

    How Google uses cookies
    Types of cookies used by Google

    If you’re signed into a Google account, these cookies will be linked with it.