Cinema Rediscovered

Cinema Rediscovered We're in the mood for... cinema. Join us 28 July - 1 August in Bristol & surrounding South West areas for a line-up of brand new restorations and rediscoveries before going on a UK wide tour from Aug – Oct 2021 and connected online offer from MUBI.

Cinema is back and the 5th edition of Cinema Rediscovered (28 July – 1 Aug 2021) - Watershed’s annual festival showcasing brand new restorations, contemporary classics and film print rarities in and around Bristol UNESCO City of Film - will celebrate the return of the big screen experience. Screening at cinemas including Clevedon’s Curzon Cinema & Arts, 20th Century Flicks, Arnolfini and Watershed

Cinema is back and the 5th edition of Cinema Rediscovered (28 July – 1 Aug 2021) - Watershed’s annual festival showcasing brand new restorations, contemporary classics and film print rarities in and around Bristol UNESCO City of Film - will celebrate the return of the big screen experience. Screening at cinemas including Clevedon’s Curzon Cinema & Arts, 20th Century Flicks, Arnolfini and Watershed

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Celebrate the launch of FilmNoirUK , the 1st dedicated film organisation in the UK celebrating the ever-influential worl...
08/11/2021
Noirvember Double Bill: Stranger on the Third Floor + The Maltese Falcon

Celebrate the launch of FilmNoirUK , the 1st dedicated film organisation in the UK celebrating the ever-influential world of film noir (an offshoot of South West Silents), with a double bill of Boris Ingster's Stranger on the Third Floor ( #35mm ) & John Huston's The Maltese Falcon on its 80th anniversary at Watershed on Sun 28 Nov. For many, Boris Ingster’s 1940 little known B picture, Stranger on the Third Floor, launched one of the greatest movements in cinema history: film noir. One year on, Maltese Falcon went on to provide the blueprint for hundreds of crime movies to come. So much so in fact, that it would be classed for decades as the first film noir, whilst it is not that, it certainly is a key title, one which laid the foundations for that all American genre of mean streets, knife-edged heroes, dark shadows and tough dames.

For more info and to book: https://www.watershed.co.uk/whatson/11026/stranger-on-the-third-floor-the-maltese-falcon

Celebrate the launch of Film Noir UK, the first dedicated film organisation in the UK celebrating the ever-influential world of film noir, with a double bill of Boris Ingster's Stranger on the Third Floor (on 35mm) and John Huston's The Maltese Falcon.

08/11/2021

Celebrate the launch of FilmNoirUK , the 1st dedicated film organisation in the UK celebrating the ever-influential world of film noir, w/a double bill of Boris Ingster's Stranger on the Third Floor ( #35mm ) & John Huston's The Maltese Falcon on its 80th anniversary @w_shed on Sun 28 Nov. For many, Boris Ingster’s 1940 little known B picture, Stranger on the Third Floor, launched one of the greatest movements in cinema history: film noir. One year on, Maltese Falcon went on to provide the blueprint for hundreds of crime movies to come. So much so in fact, that it would be classed for decades as the first film noir, whilst it is not that, it certainly is a key title, one which laid the foundations for that all American genre of mean streets, knife-edged heroes, dark shadows and tough dames.
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#filmnoir #maltesefalcon #humphreybogart #johnhuston #strangeronthethirdfloor #cinemarediscovered #cinema #cinematography #cinephilecommunity

06/11/2021

From Jane Campion’s deep dive into the male psyche in the hotly anticipated The Power of the Dog, a brooding, beguiling twist on the classic cowboy story, via Kelly Reichardt’s tender drama about male friendship First Cow to Lucrecia Martel’s absurdist deconstruction of Argentina’s colonial history, Zama, @cineredis collaborator Lola Mckinnon invites you to reconsider the good, the bad and the ugly history-myths of this cinematic stronghold as part of her season on New Frontiers: Myth and Masculinity @w_shed 20 - 21 Nov. We can’t wait!

Want to delve deeper? Take a guided tour through imagined masculinities in the Western genre in an illustrated talk and conversation with MA @uwecurating student (also #CineRedis21 socials queen), Lola Mckinnon, and Watershed Cinema Curator, @markscos55 or come to the Sun 21 Nov 17:30 screening of The Power of the Dog, which will be introduced by Lola.
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01/11/2021

Just a little bit excited… Four sleeps to go ‘til
SEVEN SAMURAI lands at Watershed (Fri 5 - Thu 11 Nov) here in Bristol. Epic in scale and tone, Akira Kurosawa’s hugely influential samurai movie is a towering achievement.

Boasting terrific performances (with Shimura and Toshiro Mifune – as a peasant masquerading as a samurai – particularly memorable), superb camerawork, and expertly mounted battle sequences, Seven Samurai is undoubtedly one of the greatest action movies ever made. See it on a big screen near you!

Screening as part of #BFIJapan 2020: Over 100 years of Japanese Cinema, a UK-wide film season supported by National Lottery and BFI Film Audience Network. bfijapan.co.uk .
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#akirakurosawa #japaneseculture #japanesecinema #japan #sevensamurai #samurai #samuraifilms #cinemarediscovered #cinema #cinemalover #blackandwhitephotography #mondaymotivation

Something for the weekend…This Sunday 24 Oct 12pm-8pm, time travel back to the ‘80s with Vanguard Film Festival featurin...
23/10/2021

Something for the weekend…This Sunday 24 Oct 12pm-8pm, time travel back to the ‘80s with Vanguard Film Festival featuring screenings of three classic street art films including Charlie Ahearn’s hugely influential 1982 hip hop classic Wild Style; Dick Fontaine’s 1987 documentary Bombin’ which captures the UK graffiti scene at a pivotal moment at a pivotal moment, as TATs Crew and Zulu Nation member Brim Fuentes leaves the South Bronx to travel across the Atlantic, reluctantly adopting the role of ambassador for graffiti and hip hop’s emerging crossover appeal. Meeting @robert3delnaja and GOLDIE] along the way, the film draws parallels between the inner city lives and subcultures of its main protagonists, from the council estates and social housing of Bristol and the Midlands, then back to the Bronx. The day ends with Martha: A Picture Story, which details the story of Martha Cooper, one of the first photographers to capture 70s New York street art. Post-film, attendees can watch a panel discussion with GOLDIE] Charlie Ahearn and @marthacoopergram as they discuss the rebellious beginnings of the global street art movement. For more info, head for @vanguardstreetart @arnolfiniarts and FREE tickets are available via Headfirst.
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#streetart #streetartphotography #hiphop #hiphopculture #goldie #3D #robertdelnaja #marthacooper #wildstyle #graffiti #bristol #birmingham #1980s #1980sfashion #vanguardstreetart #vanguard #streetphotography

Something for the weekend…This Sunday 24 Oct 12pm-8pm, time travel back to the ‘80s with Vanguard Film Festival featuring screenings of three classic street art films including Charlie Ahearn’s hugely influential 1982 hip hop classic Wild Style; Dick Fontaine’s 1987 documentary Bombin’ which captures the UK graffiti scene at a pivotal moment at a pivotal moment, as TATs Crew and Zulu Nation member Brim Fuentes leaves the South Bronx to travel across the Atlantic, reluctantly adopting the role of ambassador for graffiti and hip hop’s emerging crossover appeal. Meeting @robert3delnaja and GOLDIE] along the way, the film draws parallels between the inner city lives and subcultures of its main protagonists, from the council estates and social housing of Bristol and the Midlands, then back to the Bronx. The day ends with Martha: A Picture Story, which details the story of Martha Cooper, one of the first photographers to capture 70s New York street art. Post-film, attendees can watch a panel discussion with GOLDIE] Charlie Ahearn and @marthacoopergram as they discuss the rebellious beginnings of the global street art movement. For more info, head for @vanguardstreetart @arnolfiniarts and FREE tickets are available via Headfirst.
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#streetart #streetartphotography #hiphop #hiphopculture #goldie #3D #robertdelnaja #marthacooper #wildstyle #graffiti #bristol #birmingham #1980s #1980sfashion #vanguardstreetart #vanguard #streetphotography

Today’s a good day… Tickets have gone onsale for SEVEN SAMURAI at Watershed (Fri 5 - Thu 11 Nov) here in Bristol. Epic i...
21/10/2021

Today’s a good day… Tickets have gone onsale for SEVEN SAMURAI at Watershed (Fri 5 - Thu 11 Nov) here in Bristol. Epic in scale and tone, Akira Kurosawa’s hugely influential samurai movie is a towering achievement.

Boasting terrific performances (with Shimura and Toshiro Mifune – as a peasant masquerading as a samurai – particularly memorable), superb camerawork, and expertly mounted battle sequences, Seven Samurai is undoubtedly one of the greatest action movies ever made. See it on a big screen near you!

Screening as part of #BFIJapan 2020: Over 100 years of Japanese Cinema, a UK-wide film season supported by National Lottery and BFI Film Audience Network. bfijapan.co.uk .
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#akirakurosawa #japaneseculture #japanesecinema #japan #sevensamurai #samurai #samuraifilms #cinemarediscovered #cinema #cinemalover #blackandwhitephotography

Today’s a good day… Tickets have gone onsale for SEVEN SAMURAI at Watershed (Fri 5 - Thu 11 Nov) here in Bristol. Epic in scale and tone, Akira Kurosawa’s hugely influential samurai movie is a towering achievement.

Boasting terrific performances (with Shimura and Toshiro Mifune – as a peasant masquerading as a samurai – particularly memorable), superb camerawork, and expertly mounted battle sequences, Seven Samurai is undoubtedly one of the greatest action movies ever made. See it on a big screen near you!

Screening as part of #BFIJapan 2020: Over 100 years of Japanese Cinema, a UK-wide film season supported by National Lottery and BFI Film Audience Network. bfijapan.co.uk .
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#akirakurosawa #japaneseculture #japanesecinema #japan #sevensamurai #samurai #samuraifilms #cinemarediscovered #cinema #cinemalover #blackandwhitephotography

Look out for beDevil (1993), the stunning debut feature from Tracey Moffatt & the first feature directed by an Australia...
20/10/2021

Look out for beDevil (1993), the stunning debut feature from Tracey Moffatt & the first feature directed by an Australian Aboriginal woman screening alongside two of her best short films Night Cries + Nice Coloured Girls @barbicancentre on
Wed 23 Feb. We had the joy of experiencing her feature alongside Nice Coloured Girls on the big screen at #CineRedis18 , a Black Atlantic Cinema Club event, curated by Karen Alexander presented by @autographabp
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#tracymoffatt #femaleartist #femalefilmmaker #australianfilm #australianfilmmakers #aboriginalart #aboriganalculture #filmhistory #womendirectors

Look out for beDevil (1993), the stunning debut feature from Tracey Moffatt & the first feature directed by an Australian Aboriginal woman screening alongside two of her best short films Night Cries + Nice Coloured Girls @barbicancentre on
Wed 23 Feb. We had the joy of experiencing her feature alongside Nice Coloured Girls on the big screen at #CineRedis18 , a Black Atlantic Cinema Club event, curated by Karen Alexander presented by @autographabp
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#tracymoffatt #femaleartist #femalefilmmaker #australianfilm #australianfilmmakers #aboriginalart #aboriganalculture #filmhistory #womendirectors

Our cinema pick this week is Yasujirō Ozu’s pre #FilmNoir Dragnet Girl (1933)Dazzlingly stylized, spirited and kinetic, ...
18/10/2021

Our cinema pick this week is Yasujirō Ozu’s pre #FilmNoir Dragnet Girl (1933)

Dazzlingly stylized, spirited and kinetic, it is an intimate, compassionate study of young people caught in the cultural cross fire. See it on the big screen with an intro by Mark Bould and live music by @puffinsteve on Saturday 30th October @ArnolfiniArts c/o @SWSilents’ #BFIJapan #SilentFilm .
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#ozu #cinemarediscovered #japan #japanesecinema #yasujiroozu #filmnoir #blackandwhitephotography #gangsterfilm #cultcinema #dragnetgirl

Our cinema pick this week is Yasujirō Ozu’s pre #FilmNoir Dragnet Girl (1933)

Dazzlingly stylized, spirited and kinetic, it is an intimate, compassionate study of young people caught in the cultural cross fire. See it on the big screen with an intro by Mark Bould and live music by @puffinsteve on Saturday 30th October @ArnolfiniArts c/o @SWSilents’ #BFIJapan #SilentFilm .
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#ozu #cinemarediscovered #japan #japanesecinema #yasujiroozu #filmnoir #blackandwhitephotography #gangsterfilm #cultcinema #dragnetgirl

03/10/2021

🌴Twelve30Collective present: No Place Like Home (1973), Perry Henzell's long-lost follow-up to The Harder They Come at Watershed from 5 - 7 Oct following its UK premiere in July.

Shot on 16mm and now restored, this road movie through 70s Jamaica celebrates the country’s natural beauty even as it casts a wary eye over the island’s tourist economy and the complications that come with it, with a soundtrack to rival that of The Harder They Come (and Grace Jones in her first screen role!). is a prescient look at the mixed blessing of the international tourist trade in the Caribbean.

It also contains one of the first cinematic validations of Rastafarian culture, and in a late sequence in which Henzell himself recites WB Yeats’ The Second Coming in voiceover.

https://www.watershed.co.uk/articles/black-history-month-2021-watershed

01/10/2021

Playful, subversive and romantic… Look out for the restoration of the late/great Melvin Van Peebles’ little known Paris set debut The Story of a Three-Day Pass (1967) touring indie cinemas across the UK as part of #cineredis21 with thanks to @janus_films including:

Watershed 1-7 Oct
BFI 1-5 Oct
HOME Mcr 3-6 Oct
Filmhouse 8-10 Oct
Phoenix Leicester 10 Oct
Queen's Film Theatre, Belfast 10 Oct
Broadway Cinema12 Oct
Belmont Filmhouse 15 Oct
Exeter Phoenix 16-17 Oct
Rio, London 17 Oct
Showroom Cinema 20 Oct
The Hyde Park Picture House 30 Oct
Plymouth Arts Cinema 2 & 4 Nov

… and more venues to be confirmed…

Insightful piece from #CineRedis21 Film Critics workshop participant Malaika Kedoge on the newly restored A MAN CALLED A...
01/10/2021
A swinging celebration of Black male talent

Insightful piece from #CineRedis21 Film Critics workshop participant Malaika Kedoge on the newly restored A MAN CALLED ADAM (1966) which she describes as “both a swinging celebration of talent and a clumsy analysis of trauma.”

Read the full article: https://www.watershed.co.uk/articles/swinging-celebration-black-male-talent

Malaika Kegode is a writer, performer and producer. She has appeared on stages at a number of festivals and literary events including Womad and Edinburgh Book Festival. She has published two poetry collections with Burning Eye Books, and the playtext of her debut theatre show Outlier is published by Salamander Street. An autobiographical gig-theatre show created with prog-rock band Jakabol, Outlier was the first piece of new writing to appear on Bristol Old Vic’s main stage in 2021. In addition to her own writing, Malaika is a poetry mentor and workshop leader. She is the founder and lead producer of Milk Poetry, an organisation that produces innovative spoken word events in a supportive environment. Outside of poetry, she is passionate about writing on the themes of cinema, culture and race.

Malaika also studies film and has worked as a programme selector for Encounters Film Festival and Tallinn Black Nights. Her debut short poetry-film Wide as the Sea, an exploration of millennial Q***r culture, was made over the 2021 lockdown on a £10 budget. It has been shown at various online events, including Q***r Vision’s Sofa Club. She is excited to continue exploring genre, form and the power of the written word made visual.

Follow Malaika on Twitter: @MalaikaKegode and Instagram: @mal.keg

Cinema Rediscovered 2021 Film Critics workshop participant Malaika Kegode’s take on A Man called Adam’s swinging celebration of talent of Black male.

Insightful piece fr/ #CineRedis21 Film Critics workshop participant Malaika Kegode] on the newly restored A MAN CALLED A...
01/10/2021

Insightful piece fr/ #CineRedis21 Film Critics workshop participant Malaika Kegode] on the newly restored A MAN CALLED ADAM (1966) which she describes as “both a swinging celebration of talent and a clumsy analysis of trauma.”

See link in our profile for the full article.

Malaika Kegode is a writer, performer and producer. She has appeared on stages at a number of festivals and literary events including WOMAD and Edinburgh Book Festival. She has published two poetry collections with Burning Eye Books, and the playtext of her debut theatre show Outlier is published by Salamander Street. An autobiographical gig-theatre show created with prog-rock band Jakabol, Outlier was the first piece of new writing to appear on Bristol Old Vic’s main stage in 2021. In addition to her own writing, Malaika is a poetry mentor and workshop leader. She is the founder and lead producer of Milk Poetry, an organisation that produces innovative spoken word events in a supportive environment. Outside of poetry, she is passionate about writing on the themes of cinema, culture and race.

Malaika also studies film and has worked as a programme selector for Encounters Film Festival and Tallinn Black Nights. Her debut short poetry-film Wide as the Sea, an exploration of millennial Q***r culture, was made over the 2021 lockdown on a £10 budget. It has been shown at various online events, including Q***r Vision’s Sofa Club. She is excited to continue exploring genre, form and the power of the written word made visual.

Follow Malaika on Twitter: @MalaikaKegode and Instagram: Malaika Kegode]
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#blackhistorymonth #cineredis21 #filmcritic #filmcriticism #cinema #cinemarediscovered #filmwriting #filmwriter #cinephilecommunity #cinephile #jazz #blackfilmhistory #louisarmstrong #sammydavisjr #blackandwhitephotography

Insightful piece fr/ #CineRedis21 Film Critics workshop participant Malaika Kegode] on the newly restored A MAN CALLED ADAM (1966) which she describes as “both a swinging celebration of talent and a clumsy analysis of trauma.”

See link in our profile for the full article.

Malaika Kegode is a writer, performer and producer. She has appeared on stages at a number of festivals and literary events including WOMAD and Edinburgh Book Festival. She has published two poetry collections with Burning Eye Books, and the playtext of her debut theatre show Outlier is published by Salamander Street. An autobiographical gig-theatre show created with prog-rock band Jakabol, Outlier was the first piece of new writing to appear on Bristol Old Vic’s main stage in 2021. In addition to her own writing, Malaika is a poetry mentor and workshop leader. She is the founder and lead producer of Milk Poetry, an organisation that produces innovative spoken word events in a supportive environment. Outside of poetry, she is passionate about writing on the themes of cinema, culture and race.

Malaika also studies film and has worked as a programme selector for Encounters Film Festival and Tallinn Black Nights. Her debut short poetry-film Wide as the Sea, an exploration of millennial Q***r culture, was made over the 2021 lockdown on a £10 budget. It has been shown at various online events, including Q***r Vision’s Sofa Club. She is excited to continue exploring genre, form and the power of the written word made visual.

Follow Malaika on Twitter: @MalaikaKegode and Instagram: Malaika Kegode]
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#blackhistorymonth #cineredis21 #filmcritic #filmcriticism #cinema #cinemarediscovered #filmwriting #filmwriter #cinephilecommunity #cinephile #jazz #blackfilmhistory #louisarmstrong #sammydavisjr #blackandwhitephotography

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“The UK’s leading festival dedicated to classic cinema.” Sight & Sound

Wed 22 July – Sun 26 July 2020 in and around Bristol UNESCO City of Film

Featuring the finest digital restorations, contemporary classics, film print rarities and curiosities, this annual festival offers a chance to see lesser known cinematic voices and dive deep into the legacy of revered filmmakers. It’s a space for all to share passions and enthusiasms for film with plenty of opportunities to experience films in the immersive, communal environment of that darkened room we call the cinema.

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Tomorrow we're playing the first of two films we've brought to Leeds this October as part of the Cinema Rediscovered touring programming. Playing at 5.45pm at Leeds University Union, No Place Like Home is Perry Henzell's long-lost follow-up to The Harder They Come. Shot in 1973, the film was never edited for release, so this definitive version has been carefully reconstructed and restored by Twelve30Collective . This road movie through ‘70s Jamaica, which introduces actress Grace Jones in her first onscreen role, is the memorable last testament of an undeniably great filmmaker with a handpicked soundtrack including Bob Marley, Etta James, Carly Simon, T***s & The Maytals and more. The screening will include a special recorded introduction by The Twelve 30 Collective.
#MembersMonday rolls around again. £4 tickets for QFT members. Join today! #TheGreenKnight 5.45pm #TheStoryOfLooking 6pm Cinema Rediscovered #TheLastPictureShow 8.45pm #TheAlpinist 9pm https://queensfilmtheatre.com/Whats-On
Our website is currently down for maintenance. It should be back online soon. In the meantime, here's today's #FreshFilmFriday #TheGreenKnight 12.15pm/8.45pm #TheAlpinist 3.20pm/6.00pm #TheStoryOfLooking 6.15pm Cinema Rediscovered #TwoLaneBlacktop 9pm
Five Easy Pieces: bit.ly/3kjx3zG Jack Nicholson gives an extraordinary performance as a former piano prodigy turned oil rigger who returns to reckoning at his childhood home. Tomorrow 13:30 / 20:45, screening as part of Cinema Rediscovered on Tour.
Showing today 13:30/18:30! Take an unforgettable trip to Jamaica with No Place Like Home: bit.ly/3jCBxkq Perry Henzell's 1973 gem comes to us as part of Cinema Rediscovered on tour.
This Thursday we conclude our run of Cinema Rediscovered and Park Circus' season of films celebrating 1971, the year Hollywood went independent, with Peter Bogdanovich's love letter to cinema, #TheLastPictureShow. Book your seats now: https://buff.ly/3nHbX0f
We're continuing our 1971: The Year Hollywood Went Independent season - curated by the brilliant Cinema Rediscovered and Park Circus - with Jack Nicholson in Bob Rafelson's #FiveEasyPieces this Thursday. Tickets available now: https://buff.ly/3yPJtmL
Our new programme is out and it’s packed! Prano Bailey-Bond is in the house for a Q&A following #censorfilm on Saturday, #Limbo director Ben Sharrock answers questions in a recorded Q&A with Neil McGlone exclusive to Ipswich Film Theatre, Ulrike Ottinger doc #ParisCalligrammes plays for two days, Nicolas Cage stars in the amazing #Pig, our seasons from the excellent curators at Cinema Rediscovered continue with McCabe And Mrs Miller, The Story Of A Three-Day Pass and No Place Like Home and our #musicmonthly slot starts with a (nearly sold out) performance of Summer Of Soul …plus so much more! More details 👉🏽 buff.ly/3ouBEhs
Tickets on-sale now for this essential film touring as part of Cinema Rediscovered this year. Showing at Ipswich Film Theatre on 12 Sep. Book now: https://buff.ly/2WeSVCG
PLEASE BOOK & SHARE. Sheba Soul Ensemble's 'FLY! Hopefully Festival of Black Women's Film' closes this weekend, with a focus on Indigenous Canada. Tickets are £4 plus booking fee https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/.../fly-hopefully-festival... link in bio 21 August Our final selection of FLY! Hopefully focuses on the work of Indigenous women film-makers living in Canada. Loretta Todd will present her film Hands of History. This very much connects with Florence Ayisi's film Art of this place since it accompanies four contemporary artists in the First Nations community as they reveal their approach to art and the history of indigenous peoples in Canada. The screening will be followed by a Q and A with Loretta Todd and a creative writing workshop. Writings generated will be compiled into a FLY! Hopefully anthology. 22 August Doreen Manuel's film Unceded Chiefs is a documentary tracing the early activism of BC's First Nations leaders. Determined, resilient, the children of the Chiefs have dedicated their lives to the leadership and survival of their Aboriginal title and rights. At a time when Canada's role in mass genocide against First Nation people is in the global spotlight, this event will be deeply informative. Doreen Manuel will join us to introduce her film and answer questions. The session will conclude with a creative writing session.
Words to live by. Monte Hellman’s TWO-LANE BLACKTOP launches Cinema Rediscovered and Park Circus’ 1971: The Year Hollywood Went Independent at Ipswich Film Theatre this Thursday. 3:00pm & 7:30pm 🎟 buff.ly/3sisR5v 🎟
Cinema Rediscovered & Park Circus' super cool 1971 season is almost upon us. View our listings below 👇 Two-Lane Blacktop, 19 Aug Klute, 26 Aug McCabe And Mrs Miller, 2 Sep Five Easy Pieces (35mm), 9 Sep The Last Picture Show (35mm), 16 Sep 🎟 https://buff.ly/3BLMpDD 🎟