Bristol

the itch, Season 3, episode 3: Jessie Nixon

Jessie Nixon lets us into her world of hangovers, contraceptive implants and being self-admittedly gross
Bristol / Film / / Rife Editor

Why are young people drawn to circus in 2019?

James takes a trip to Circomedia to find out why young people still want to perform circus skills - but...

the itch, Season 3, episode 2: Burt Williamson

Get your fix of the absurd and excellent with our second dose of stand-up comedy, delivered by Burt Williamson
Bristol / Film / / Rife Editor

What do Bristol's young people think about calling climate emergency?

During a week of climate change protests across the country Rife caught up with some of the young people involved...
Bristol / Social Issues / / Bex Rose

Dancer Deepraj Singh on Bristol, breaking down barriers and being better

We catch up with Deeps to hear about his visceral new show that's coming to The Station this week
Arts/Culture / Bristol / / Rife Editor

I am Judah: an intimate portrait of respected grandfather who was tasered in the face

Filmmakers of upcoming film ‘I Am Judah’ discuss their community-centered film and why it is crucial to support projects like...
Bristol / Film / Social Issues / / Asmaa Jama

The Importance of play: a sit-down with creative publisher Lily Green

 Lily sat down with Lily Green this week to talk all about her creative practise and how to keep your...
Arts/Culture / Bristol / / Lily Konteh

Watch Incubus: a retro-future comedy short that leaves reality behind

Louis reflects on his time at BFI Film Academy making his first film as part of a crew and bringing...
Bristol / Film / Upskilling / / Louis Joseph

Proud To Be

24% of homeless people identify as LGBTQ+.
Bristol / Film / Social Issues / / Cohort 9

The Link: 22nd May, talking money with poet Malaika Kegode and writer Sian Norris

Rife’s free networking event for young creatives in Bristol, The Link, returns in partnership with Festival of Ideas
Bristol / Events / / Rife Editor