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Rife Is Hiring Four New Content Creators

Rife are looking for four content creators to come and join the team!
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Introducing: Rife Resident Editors

Introducing our newest Resident Editors We are pleased to announce our four new Resident Editors as part of The Future...
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Rife's 30 under 30 list is back! Nominate someone incredible now!

Our annual 30 under 30 list of outstanding and influential people is back and nominations are officially open!
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Joe Was 'Ere is uncovering the unseen victims of addiction through film

Rife caught up with writer-director Ryan Morris and producer Amir Majlessi to find out more about the film they're crowdfunding
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From short film to the big screen: why you should get behind this Bristol 80s adventure film

We caught up with the director to find out more about a big project - filming a feature in Bristol
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Support club culture during lockdown by walking these routes in Bristol

Rhys Ostler-Watts tells us about Liminal Routes: Mixtapes for the City

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...
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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...
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Four Walls: a short film about staying indoors during lockdown

What happens when work, play and relaxation is all confined to one space
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Watch Before We Disappear: an interactive experience on surveillance and disappearing

Asmaa Jama's lush and striking interactive experience centres Blackness, Muslimness and Somaliness