Bristol’s week in film: February 28-March 5 2020

The Blumhouse take on Universal’s Invisible Man franchise is this week’s big release. Interesting alternatives include Dark Waters, True History of the Kelly Gang, Portrait of a Lady on Fire and a handful of screenings of Richard Stanley’s Colour Out of Space. Many cinemas also have previews of Pixar’s Onward on Saturday.

Several film festivals return this week, including the Bristol-based Wilderland wildlife film fest and the ever-popular Found Footage Film Festival. Down at the Watershed, the two-month Filmic festival kicks off with a screening of Dennis Hopper’s classic Easy Rider, which launches the fest’s era-defining soundtracks strand.

Oh, and if you were planning to attend the Making Change event at Totterdown’s Old Picture House, you should note that has been postponed because of storm damage to the cinema.

Follow the links for more info and screening times. Go here for our comprehensive film listings.

New Releases

  • Film / Drama

    Dark Waters

    Todd Haynes directs a true-life drama about an underdog lawyer taking on a giant corporation

  • Film / Comedy

    Downhill

    Will Ferrell stars in a US remake of the Swedish black comedy Force Majeure

  • Film / Art House

    Portrait of a Lady on Fire

    Girlhood director Céline Sciamma's powerful, award-winning period sapphic romance

    : Monday, Mar 30 2020 & Tuesday, Mar 31 2020

  • Film / Drama

    Villain

    Gritty Brit crime thriller with Craig Fairbrass as an ex-con struggling to go straight

Onward Previews

  • Film / Animation

    Onward

    Two elf brothers embark on a quest for magic in Pixar's heart-warmer

  • Film / Animation

    Onward 3D

    Two elf brothers embark on a quest for magic in Pixar's heart-warmer

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