Read A Conversation With Artist Leila ElManfaa

A Conversation With Artist Leila ElManfaa

I had the pleasure of sitting down with Leila to find out more about her journey, her inspirations and hopes for the future.

Read Queer is not a Genre: Wildhood, Girls Girls Girls, and the importance of Multi-faceted Characters

Queer is not a Genre: Wildhood, Girls Girls Girls, and the importance of Multi-faceted Characters

As part of Queer Vision Film Festival, Sally explores the themes in “Wildhood” and “Girls Girls Girls”.

Read Come Dine With T

Come Dine With T

Tallulah explores Bristol’s food scene and looks at how accessible it is!

Read Plastic where plastic shouldn’t be

Plastic where plastic shouldn’t be

Belle explores the negative consequences surrounding excessive plastic waste through this photo series

Read Hardie Writes: The Innocents

Hardie Writes: The Innocents

Fantastic Film Reviewer Nathan is back and this time he is reviewing The Innocents

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Meet our incredible 30 Under 30

Check out 30 of the West of England’s best and brightest change-makers, all chosen by you!

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A Conversation With Artist Leila ElManfaa

22-year-old Leila is an artist from Philadelphia who has adopted Bristol as her home and has also found it a...
Art / Arts/Culture / Bristol / / Rife Editor

Queer is not a Genre: Wildhood, Girls Girls Girls, and the importance of Multi-faceted Characters

As part of Queer Vision Film Festival, Sally explores the themes in "Wildhood" and "Girls Girls Girls".

Skate About: a skateboarding documentary

Vandals, hooligans, trouble-makers.
Bristol / Film / Sport / / Rife Editor

Reflecting on June 2020: A photography series

Reflecting on June 2020: A photography series

In this photography interview series, Oona reflects on black people’s mental health, sense of identity and relationships.

Reflecting on June 2020: A photography series

In this photography interview series, Oona reflects on black people’s mental health, sense of identity and relationships during June 2020...

Reflecting on June 2020: A photography series

In this photography interview series, Oona reflects on black people’s mental health, sense of identity and relationships during June 2020...

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Above the Skin: a look at exploring links between fashion and identity

Above the Skin is the space where clothes rest, and the space where our inner selves interact with the wider...
Arts/Culture / Fashion / Film / / Rife Editor

Being Me: a film growing up as a dual nationality young person

Being Me reflectively explores the ways identity is formed in four young people of dual nationality amongst a whirlwind of...
Bristol / Film / Social Issues / / Rife Editor

Four Walls: a short film about staying indoors during lockdown

What happens when work, play and relaxation is all confined to one space
Bristol / Film / Social Issues / / Rife Editor

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Exulansis: a short film about grief and resilience

Exulansis reflectively explores what grief can feel like for a young person and how it can sometimes be bitter sweet.
Film / Social Issues / / Rife Editor

The Colston Four

We spoke with Filmmaker and Director, Arthur Cauty about his latest film, The Colston Four Out of a crowd of...
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Hardie Writes: Il Buco

Nathan Hardie visits Watershed for the screening of Il Buco The region of Calabria has always been very dissociated from...
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Come Dine With T- The Ivy

Tallulah explores Bristol's food scene and looks at how accessible it is!

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Tallulah explores Bristol's food scene and looks at how accessible it is!