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Bristol's Cinema Scene

Headfirst aims to cover all the events that make this city special and so we’re really pleased that this also includes cinema. We consider the The Cube cinema an essential asset to Bristol, a venue with ethics and enthusiasm to match its innovative programming. Over the past few years we have seen this volunteer driven ‘microplex’ provide a launchpad for emerging Bristol artists, ranging from filmmakers and performance artists to theatres shows and alternative musicians. Less experimental but equally as prolific, The Watershed hosts discussions and independent film festivals alongside its world cinema programming.

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Submissions are open from July 4th - And here’s what you need to do... Send us your Film via WeTransfer to bluescreen@cubecinema.com, headed up ‘July Bluescreen’.
Please read the latest on the Show Safety Info for events at The Cube https://cubecinema.com/pages/about/socially-distanced-show-information/ Face Masks are encouraged to be worn inside the building.
The Cube is a community built microplex with a DIY attitude. The volunteer run cinema has incredible acoustics, which create a unique, immersive listening and viewing experience. Those who came last year will remember how sensory those performances were.
In 2022, the night will offer sets which include live instrumentals, digital and analogue equipment and accompanying visuals cast on The Cube’s cinema screen.
Submissions are open from July 4th - And here’s what you need to do... Send us your Film via WeTransfer to bluescreen@cubecinema.com, headed up ‘July Bluescreen’.
The Trinity Centre
Queervision presents: Grease 2
Film Screening and Performance as part of Pride
The Loco Klub
Pleural: The Palace Fundraiser
The Palace International Film Festival, Bristol's LGBTQ+ film festival, is putting on a fundraiser!
The Cube
THE WIRE 40: NEPTUNE FROST + ANTHONY JOSEPH & ANDR
Neptune Frost dir. Saul Williams & Anisia Uzeyman (2021), 105 mins Anthony Joesph & Andrew John live poetry & music
The Cube
THE WIRE 40: ÉLIANE RADIGUE MATINEE
Échos, dir. Eléonore Huisse & François J. Bonnet (2021), 30 mins Julia Eckhardt plays Occam IV Q&A Julia Eckhardt X Louise Gray
The Cube
THE WIRE 40: SCRATCH ORCHESTRA REVISITED
Pilgrimage From Scattered Points dir. Luke Fowler (2006), 45 mins Stefan Szczelkun x Philip Clark discussion Improvisation Rites
The Lansdown
Horror Without End Presents... Alien
'Horror Without End' explores the intersections of class, capitalism and horror cinema.
Seat Unique Stadium - Gloucestershire County Cricket Club
Time to Declare - Hit for 6 by Russell Seymour
A series of FREE talks for cricket lovers, tackling the threat of climate change to cricket and what we can do both on and off the field
Arnolfini
Cables and Cameras present PRU
Preview screening of a new BBC Three comedy drama
Arnolfini
African Apocalypse | Film and Panel Discussion
British Nigerian activist Femi Nylander brings attention to the forgotten victims of colonial atrocity in a new film, ‘African Apocalypse’,
Arnolfini
Cables and Cameras present PRU
Preview screening of a new BBC Three comedy drama
Centrespace Gallery
DESTROYERTONES - Exhibition
A Multidisciplinary Sound and Visual Art Exhibition
The Cube
Bluescreen
Bluescreen - Bristol's longest running Short Film Night is back at he Cube!
The Cloak and Dagger
Rocky Horror: Immersive Cinema Experience
Rocky Horror Picture Show Screening and Performances
Gloucester County Cricket Ground
Time to Declare - History & Legacy- Roger Griffith
A series of FREE talks for cricket lovers, tackling the threat of climate change to cricket and what we can do both on and off the field
The Cube
En Masse 2022
An evening of experimentation across music and film.
Bristol Beacon Foyer
Soumik Datta
A multi-faceted creative combining traditional Indian instrumentals with pertinent spoken word.