Film

How have horror films and TV shows changed, and why?

Molly takes a look at how the scariest of genres has kept up with changing audiences all the way up...
Arts/Culture / Film / / Molly Knapp

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

Films Isolated From The Norm: The French New Wave’s Breathless & The New Hollywood’s Easy Rider

Noah reminds himself of the thrilling escapism of discovering cinema's greatest movies
Arts/Culture / Film / / Noah Taylor

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.

Five John Carpenter Films to watch this winter

Harry runs us through his top films by his favourite director 
Arts/Culture / Film / / Harry Yeo

Are You Scared Yet?: a film about walking alone as a woman

Mabel's short film shows what it's like to be hyper-vigilant as a woman walking the city solo
Bristol / Film / Social Issues / / Mabel Wynne

Purple Girls - a love letter to the women who raise us

Photographer and filmmaker Qezz Gill’s debut short film ‘Purple Girls’ is a visual celebration of womanhood.

The Unconventional Happy Endings of Good Time and Uncut Gems

Charlie reveals why these smash hit films from the Safdie Brothers are his favourite kind of bittersweet tale
Film / / Charlie Dudley

The Good, The Bad and the ugly animation: Robert Zemeckis’ Career So Far

Harry revisits the renowned director's films to find out why the quality varies so much
Arts/Culture / Film / / Harry Yeo

Lockdown Diaries: made by Rife Magazine and the people of Bristol

Young people from across Bristol share their daily lives and reflections on life during lockdown in this short film.
Bristol / Film / / Keziah Wenham-Kenyon