RAI (Royal Anthropology Institute) Film Festival

The RAI Film Festival celebrates of the best in anthropological filmmaking from around the globe. Held biannually in Bristol, the Festival comprises film screenings, masterclasses, seminars and other special events. In 2019 we held our 16th edition. The Festival is a vibrant meeting point for anyone interested in the powerful intersection of filmmaking and anthropology, and creative ways to explore human diversity.

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