RAI Film Festival showcases the best in groundbreaking and innovative documentary filmmaking from around the world.
Storytellers from every corner of the world use film to shine a light on the people and places too often lost in the spotlight of global media.
At Arnolfini 23-25 March, with a programme including Trinh T. Minh-ha’s What About China?, Alanis Obomsawin’s Kanehsatake: 270 Years of Resistance, and an Extended Reality Experience featuring multisensory and immersive work by emerging creators. For further details and booking please visit RAI FILM Festival | Home
The RAI Film Festival was established in 1985 by the Royal Anthropological Institute (UK) and offers a diverse programme of films, workshops, masterclasses and events that question our complex, shared world, and promote social justice and dialogue. The festival nurtures relationships between filmmakers and audiences, creating brave spaces for dialogue and learning.