Film

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

Treading Water

In this short documentary we follow the story of seventeen-year-old young carer who has had the responsibility of looking after...
Bristol / Film / Lifestyle / Social Issues / / Cohort 9

Planet Plastic: A spoken word protest urging us to stop trashing Planet Earth

During a week of mass protests taking place in our capital, writer Natasha Batorijs shares 'Planet Plastic' her own protest...

Learning friendship and self-love: A letter to thirteen-year-old me

US teen movie Eighth Grade is coming to Watershed – and thirteen-year-old Kayla’s (Elsie Fisher) awkward journey through adolescence is...

Us, and what it reminded me about the magic of black survival

From fear to unexpected feelings, Asmaa talks about how important black horror really is.
Film / Social Issues / / Asmaa Jama

Why are we so bad at talking about family illness?

When Tim found out about her mum's cancer, she felt paralysed.
Arts/Culture / Film / Social Issues / / Tim Lo

Somebody's Child: an expression of love

Tim’s debut solo film is an expression of love created in response to her mother’s illness.
Art / Arts/Culture / Bristol / Film / / Tim Lo

A Crash Course in the Wonderful World of Spike Lee

Don’t know where to start with Spike Lee’s films?

Boys Like Us: a journey through identity and self-discovery

Filmmaker Mikael Techane’s debut short film ‘Boys Like Us’ is an affecting reflection on the pains of growing up.
Art / Arts/Culture / Bristol / Film / / Mikael Techane