The Bristol Palestine Film Festival has been running since 2011 and takes place in December every year. The Festival screens films about Palestine, and by Palestinian filmmakers. BristolPFF believes passionately in the power of stories to transform our understanding: through the films they show, they give a platform to the Palestinian narrative, introducing audiences to the humanity, culture, humour and everyday lives of the Palestinian people. The films are an exciting mix of features and shorts, documentaries as well as music, arts and food events across a range of venues in Bristol such as Watershed, Cube Microplex, Palestine Museum, community cinema venues and in venues in Bath, Bradford On Avon and Clevedon.
Megan Mitchell of Matchbox Cine Club, reflects and reports back following their enrollment on a Open City Documentary Festival and UCL short course, attended with a bursary from Film Hub South West.
BFI NETWORK South West are pleased to present our participants for the Script Development Lab 2021. 8 participants were selected from 110+ applications - here you can learn more about each individual.
New Directions is a programme supporting archive film events which retrace the historic steps that have brought the UK to its current political and cultural crossroads.