Film

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

‘Really? You want to study that?’: in defence of creative careers

Sumaya delivers the ultimate pep talk on the importance of pursuing your dream job

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

A Star is Born: The Price of Fame

Dana reflects on the hit film and asks if it fits in with how we see IRL celebs Please note...
Film / / Dana Archer

Representation onscreen and in the director's chair

  Samantha asks why female directors are so few and far between - and what we can do about it The...
Arts/Culture / Film / / Samantha Dunn

Rife is a Rollercoaster

Tim is finishing her time at Rife and it's an emotional time indeed.
Bristol / / Tim Lo

Why you should apply for the BFI Film Academy 2018

Lily reflects on her time at BFI Film Academy making her first film as part of a crew - and...
Bristol / Upskilling / / Lily Baron

Meet the Cutting-edge Collaborative Breaking Boundaries in VR

The Othvrs are a young, new, barrier-breaking VR collaborative group on a mission.
Arts/Culture / Bristol / Film / Upskilling / / Tim Lo

The Link: 25th September, with filmmaking experts

Rife’s free networking event for young creatives in Bristol, The Link, returns in collaboration with Encounters Film Festival The...
Bristol / Events / / Sammy Jones

You Were Never Really Here feels incomplete, but is full of beauty

Director Lynne Ramsay’s latest cinematic offering, You Were Never Really Here, feels incomplete.
Arts/Culture / / Samantha Dunn