Cinema Rediscovered returns to Bristol for its 3rd edition this July, followed by a UK wide tour, running from Aug – Nov; putting lesser known cinematic visions centre stage and asking questions about the role of cinema.
See below the range of films available, assets included and contact details for booking. You can also find the full programme for Cinema Rediscovered here.
My 20th Century (1989)
Dir: Ildikó Enyedi Hungary
This dazzling first feature from Hungarian director and screenwriter Ildikó Enyedi whose On Body and Soul won the Golden Bear at the 2017 Berlin Film Festival is newly restored and ripe for re-discovery. With stunning cinematography by Tibor Máthé, Enyedi’s poetic meditation reflects on the wonders and shortcomings of progress at the turn of the 20th-century.
Women on the Periphery – 25th Anniversay: Bhaji on the Beach (UK, 1993)
Dir: Gurinder Chadha
A funny, frank and touching British comedy debut feature, also the first to be directed by a British Asian woman. Gurinder Chadha, now recognised as the most prolific woman making feature films in the UK.
Le Crime de Monsieur Lange (1936)
Dir: Jean Renoir
Jean Renoir’s political masterpiece encapsulates the mood of its pre-war time. It is also one of the last films film critic André Bazin (1918 – 58) wrote about on this centenary year of his birth.
Restored and Rediscovered: Maurice (UK, 1987)
Dir: James Ivory
4K restoration of James Ivory’s award-winning adaptation of E.M Forster’s novel starring Hugh Grant and James Wilby. With Ivory’s Oscar winning return to film with last year’s Call Me By Your Name and Grant’s acclaimed performance in A Very English Scandal, Maurice is ripe for rediscovery.
20th Anniversay: The Big Lebowski (USA, 1998)
Dirs: Coen Brothers
Ahead of its UK wide re-release this autumn, a chance to revisit the Coen Brothers most revered creation the Dude.
You can find out more about any of the above films by following the PDF link below, or feel free to get in touch about any of the line-up here: firstname.lastname@example.org
Presented as part of Cinema Rediscovered on Tour, a Watershed project with support from BFI awarding funds from The National Lottery.
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