Bristol

Walking should not be a privilege

Becki reflects on the disappearance of Sarah Everard and the changes that must occur so this never happens again
Bristol / Social Issues / / Becki Parker

Who will escape The Red Room?

We talk to Ewan French, the director behind this nail-biting new short action film based in Bristol
Arts/Culture / Bristol / Film / / Rife Editor

Black Poetry Commission: Tanisha Barrett's 'The future awaits'

Read Tanisha's uplifting poem that centres Black joy, rest and self-care
Arts/Culture / Bristol / / Rife Editor

Breaking into the Creative Sector: Meshworks Power Lunch w/ Mr B & Friends, Fourth Floor & OggaDoon

Missed our Power Lunch on social media and branding? Watch it again here and read Qezz's summary
Arts/Culture / Bristol / / Qezz Gill

Black Poetry Commission: Shaheim Minzie's 'black boys'

Read Shaheim's poem about the nuanced lives of Black men that are often kept from view
Arts/Culture / Bristol / / Rife Editor

Breaking into the Creative Sector: Meshworks Power Lunch with Icon Films and A Productions

Missed our Power Lunch on filmmaking and production? Watch it again here and let Qezz give you her recap
Arts/Culture / Bristol / / Qezz Gill

Black Poetry Commission: Rizpah Amadasun's 'Meanwhile'

Read Rizpah's poem on the struggle of holding hope and healing in the wake of heartbreak
Arts/Culture / Bristol / / Rife Editor

Breaking into the Creative Sector: Meshworks Power Lunch with Bristol 24/7 and Crack Magazine

Missed our Power Lunch on writing and journalism? Watch it again here and let Qezz give you her review
Arts/Culture / Bristol / / Qezz Gill

Fox Watch: How one of Bristol’s most common creatures helped connect my community

Bethany's lockdown has been boosted by visits from a nocturnal caller
Bristol / Lifestyle / / Bethany Sewell

I Can't Breathe: This is a Cry of My People

Lionelle Nsarhaza's poetic short film, made in collaboration with other creatives, explores systemic racism from a personal perspective.