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Reflecting on June 2020: A photography series

In this photography interview series, Oona reflects on black people’s mental health, sense of identity and relationships during June 2020...

Why we need more women behind the camera

Lola wonders if Chloe Zhao’s Oscar marks a movement towards more equality in the film and TV industry
Film / Social Issues / / Lola Phoebe English

‘Baby CEO’ – Being a Young Leader & Burning Out

Grace considers her time as CEO of PAPER Arts CIC, a Bristol organisation offering support to young creatives 

What working with autistic children has taught me (as an autistic person)

Hannah reflects on a challenging but rewarding year teaching at a special educational needs school
Social Issues / / Hannah Crouch

Reflecting on June 2020: A photography series

In this photography interview series, Oona reflects on black people’s mental health, sense of identity and relationships during June 2020...

Reflecting on June 2020: A photography series

In this photography interview series, Oona reflects on black people’s mental health, sense of identity and relationships during June 2020...

Studio Visit: Clump Collective

In this series, Siavash, one of our Rife Residents, visits creatives around Bristol to see where, and how, they work.

Reflecting on June 2020: A photography series

In this photography interview series, Oona reflects on black people’s mental health, sense of identity and relationships.

Anthonell Peccoo: young Bristol hairdresser threatened with deportation

Barbershop owner Anthonell is under threat of being deported to a country he can't even remember

In lockdown as an autistic person

Hannah reflects on what has been challenging and changing her during the COVID-19 pandemic
Social Issues / / Hannah Crouch

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
Bristol / Film / Social Issues / / Rife Editor

My journey back to the cinema

Dana considers getting back in front of the big screen she loves so much after over a year away
Film / / Dana Archer

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
Bristol / Film / / Rife Editor

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...
Bristol / Film / Social Issues / / Rife Editor

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...
Arts/Culture / Fashion / Film / / Rife Editor

Supermarket workers like me are struggling - here’s why

Georgia reflects on her experiences as a supermarket duty manager during the pandemic

Four ways to get your music heard

Independent artist Ben Savery shares his knowledge on how to get your music played
Music / Upskilling / / Ben Savery

Four Walls: a short film about staying indoors during lockdown

What happens when work, play and relaxation is all confined to one space
Bristol / Film / Social Issues / / Rife Editor

Social media and social struggles: the Internet and protest in 2021

Kate examines how protesting has shifted to our screens, and wonders whether that's a good thing
Bristol / Social Issues / / Kate Bowie

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

Electronic music has gone downtempo during the pandemic – will it last?

Gabi takes you on an exploration of musical creativity through three long lockdowns

Watch Before We Disappear: an interactive experience on surveillance and disappearing

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

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