Presented by Come The Revolution

In Spike Lee’s rarely seen satire, African American TV executive Pierre Delacroix (Damon Wayans) creates a grotesquely racist minstrel show – complete with blackface – to force his bosses to understand the stereotypes that they force him to create. But his stunt backfires, and the show becomes a big hit – leading to Delacroix’s own mental collapse.

Bamboozled is screening as part of NO B/S!, a programme of screenings and events in Bristol that celebrate the many tones of Black comedy. NO B/S! is part of  Comedy Genius, a national celebration of comedy onscreen,  led by BFI, the Independent Cinema Office and BFI Film Audience network, supported by funds from the National Lottery. #bficomed

Film certificate 15

Running time 135 mins

This is a seated film screening presented by Come The Revolution in The Foyer at Colston Hall.

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Presented by

  • A collective of curators and creatives from Bristol and Birmingham committed to exploring black life through cinema.

  • The BFI Film Audience Network is a unique collaboration of eight Film Hubs managed by leading film organisations across the UK.

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