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Now in its 15th year, Encounters Short Film Festival is firmly established as the UKís leading short film festival. It is a key date in both the film industry and in the regionís cultural calendar, attracting huge local and national press attention. This is the place to discover new talent in cinema and see the very best in short and animated film from around the world.
Film festival October 2000 Locations: Clifton
17th to 26th April 2009
Star performers John Sergeant and Rick Wakeman sign-up for Thornbury Arts Festival.
The UK's official comic Festival held in Bristol every year.
100's of star guests including Beano, Marvel, DC, Horrible Histories.
Events, workshops, talks, portfolio sessions.
Fun for all at the Empire and Commonwealth Museum - May 29 & 30 2004
All the joys of parenting under one roof!
The show takes place at The Winter Gardens in Weston Super Mare on 18th & 19th September 2004 from 10am - 5pm and is a free event. come and meet Postman Pat and celebrity friends and have a great day out for the whole family. For further information visit www.babyshow.info or email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01934 830012.
Runs May - June each year. Some of the best things to happen in Bath all year - why not get involved yourself !
The Festival of Ideas is an initiative of Bristol Cultural Development Partnership and is holding an autumn season of talks on science, politics, liberty and rights, in Bristol.
An annual event (December), from Bristol Media and the West of England Design Forum, with projected festive moving images across the whole of the Council House, College Green and the Cathedral.
Mayfest is Bristolís festival of physical, visual and experimental theatre# dedicated to presenting a broad range of exciting and ambitious work from leading contemporary theatre makers from the UK and beyond. The festival began in 2003 at Bristol Old Vic, and has now grown to be a city-wide celebration of contemporary theatre.
Compass Film CIC is an established not-for profit organisation striving to bring cultural events that are fresh and imaginative to the people of Bristol. Our main activity is the preparation and delivery of an annual themed arts & film festival. Each year we choose a different concept through which to explore local and international creative works.
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