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Thanks to all those who attended our 2017 festival – it was out biggest turnout to date! We had a few packs screenings, some great conversations and debates and some great film makers attending showing off their films, leading discussions and explaining their work and radical approach to film making. You can see various pictures from some of the screenings on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/RadicalFilmFestival/ If...

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Thursday 28th September – 8pm From celebration and ceremony to war and finally revolution this silent film uses archival footage from newsreels of 1912 to 1917 to tell us the story of the final few years of the long-lasting reign of the Romanov Dynasty. Bristol based guitarist and composer, Stereocilia, uses analog synths and live looping techniques to create dense, rich layers of sound. Presented by Bristol Radical Film...

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We’re very please to release our full programme for this years festival which includes a broad range of documentary, drama, contemporary and historical films, screenings and discussions over seven sessions from the 13th – 15th October. You can see the full programme here. All tickets are available from Party For The People and cost the reasonable price of £6 for full price tickets and £4 for any concessions – and our...

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Bristol Radical Film Festival – 13th – 15th October 2017 And WE’RE BACK! This year – at Trinity! We’ve got a great line up of films from around the world showcasing the best in radical cinema.  We’re just finalising the programme in the next few weeks – so keep an eye out for the programme launch. As always, we have a short film programme that features the best of new radical short form video...

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If you’ve never heard of filmmaker Colin Thomas, now’s the time to find out about the legacy of his counter cultural work, much of which was made in Bristol. Come to our first collaboration with Bristol Festival of Ideas at the Watershed, on May 7th. Born and brought up in Wales but for many years based in Bristol, director and producer Colin Thomas has more than half a lifetime of innovative, restless, rebellious...

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