Category Archives: Archive

Our JULY 2015 Origami Programme Trailer

Here’s the Cinema Trailer for our, at the time of writing, latest Programme. Whatever’s next – a flyer for the poster archive!?? Well, you just never know with Cube! Anyway, find the foldable fiends across the city in those unusual … Continue reading

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Bristol Arts Centre October – December 1968 Scans

Tonight we’re showing ‘Daisies‘ (Dir. Vera Chytilová, 1966, Czech Republic, 74 minutes) This was in the programme from 1968 we showed you some scans of back in March. Also – in case you missed them – we recently(ish) posted memories … Continue reading

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Bristol Arts Centre memories

In the late sixties till about mid seventies, this was the sole Arts Centre in Bristol, and had to cope with both film and small-scale live performances, possibly even ballet. This was the era when you reverently went to see … Continue reading

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Film at the Bristol Arts Centre – October to December 1968

My mate John’s parents were regular visitors to the Bristol Arts Centre – forerunner to the Cube – in the sixties. They kept a small collection of Bristol Arts Centre programmes from that time. There’s more to come, but here’s … Continue reading

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Cube Roots

(Article from VENUE MAGAZINE, 1999 – on our 1st birthday) “You’ve heard of BYO restaurants. Well, how about a BYOF cinema, as in Bring Your Own Film? Sounds crazy, but the Cube have already done it, to marvellous effect. And … Continue reading

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History Transmission

Below is a picture of something that has really inspired me. It is Cinema Nova’s entire programme Archive. Cinema Nova is in Bruxells and is perhaps our closest sister Cinema project, in terms of its ethos, style, spirit, local status … Continue reading

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Yes, ’tis Strange

As circulated by Ed Siebert, The Cube and Bristol got a mention in Bizarre magazine. see scan . . . If you’re straining to read that, the bit about The Cube follows . . . THE CUBE The Cube is … Continue reading

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Remember November

The Cubelog is now 1 year old , under my moderation anyway – there’s that one crazy fan attracting Devendra post last October from when Lady Lou was doing the do, so it’s prolly got 2 b-days like the queen … Continue reading

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The Blog is Back!

Seeing as you’re reading this you already know this blog is back up ( despite for a while there it looked like there was no backup ) after sparror problems . . . Kate emailed from, I think, Tehran to … Continue reading

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Pass the post system

Well it may look like this is my blog, but it really is the Cube blog – I am just Thä Möderätör. Yes, I do post a lot – but it’s just to keep it going. It really is meant … Continue reading

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