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Bristol Film Festival – Coming March 2016

February 19th, 2016 · No Comments

Bristol is having its inaugural Film Festival in March 2016, and there are plenty of genre-related goodies on the programme for you to enjoy!

Forbidden Planet with an introduction from Dr Pete Falconer
Friday 11th March, 9pm
Auditorium, Arnolfini
Tickets: £7.50  adults, £5.00 concessions (under 18, OAP, student), 10% discount for NHS/police/fire/armed forces (enter SERVICESDISCOUNT as a promo code, and show valid ID on the night)
More information and tickets here: http://bristolfilmfestival.com/event/forbidden-planet/
Labyrinth
Saturday 12th March, 6:30pm
Auditorium, Arnolfini
All tickets £5 –  10% discount for NHS/police/fire/armed forces (enter SERVICESDISCOUNT as a promo code, and show valid ID on the night)
http://bristolfilmfestival.com/event/cult-cinema-series-labyrinth/
Labyrinth was recently screened at the Watershed and tickets sold like wildfire, so if you missed out last time grab these quickly!
Horizon
Saturday March 12th, 5pm
Dark Studio, Arnolfini
Tickets: £5-6
A screening of the Bristol-made webseries recut as a film
http://bristolfilmfestival.com/event/made-in-bristol-horizon/
Horror In The Caves – All Weekend from Friday 
Redcliffe Caves – nearest postcode BS1 6SR
Tickets: £18 with 10% discount for NHS/police/fire/armed forces (enter SERVICESDISCOUNT as a promo code, and show valid ID on the night)
 
Highlights: 
Alien / Aliens
Saturday 12th March, 6pm  – 10.45pm
http://bristolfilmfestival.com/event/horror-caves-aliens/
I can think of few things more scary than an Alien / Aliens double bill in a cave…
Except maybe…
The Thing
Saturday 12th March, 3:30pm
http://bristolfilmfestival.com/event/horror-in-the-caves-the-thing/
Genre faves also showing include The Babadook (which I actually refused to watch at the cinema because I knew it would scare the pants off me), The Descent (and oh gee that’s in a cave as well…), and a double bill of Samurai Cop I and II from our friends at Bristol Bad Film Club.
If you’re interested in any of these films, in films made by local film makers, or just in cinema in general, head on over to the Bristol Film Festival website to find out more and book tickets!

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