SUPPORTED BY

BFI Film Audience Network

 

BFI Comedy Genius

 

VENUE PARTNERS

Avon Gorge Hotel

We The Curious Big Screen

The Cube Cinema

Everyman

 

Trinity Arts Centre

Watershde-Circle-Logo

Watershed

UWE Bristol

EVENT PARTNERS

BBC Radio Bristol

 

Centre for Performing Arts, UWE Bristol

 

Après Bar

 

Number Seven Boats

PRIZE SPONSORS

 

Clair Swinscoe Studio Couture

Suave & Co. Barbershop

 

Renato’s Bar & Pizzeria

Waterstone’s Clifton Village

The Clifton Pub

In association with:

 

Celebrating Bristol’s recent designation as a UNESCO City of Film, in recognition of the city’s vibrant screen heritage, of which Cary Grant is one of our brightest stars.

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

We can offer a range of bespoke sponsorship opportunities which enable our sponsors and supporters to reach thousands of members of the public. To discuss sponsorship of the festival and how this could benefit your organisation please contact us for a sponsorship pack. Alternatively if you can help with fund-raising or are interested in volunteering, then get in touch
Previous festivals and events have been supported by:

Supporters: IMDb.com, UWE Bristol

Venue Partners: Averys, Bristol Harbour Festival, Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, Bristol Cathedral

Event Partners: Aardman, Bakesmiths, Bristol Film Festival, Bristol In-Sight, Cult Film Posters, CineMe, Compass Presents, Encounters, Faberge, Films@59, In Play Golf, Knowle West Media Centre, Mail Boxes Etc., Moving Image Education Specialists Association, Slaters, Shutter and Flash, Twentieth Century Flicks and Visit Bristol.

2016 Donors: a HUGE thank you to Karin Graves, Peter Fleming, Anna Screen, Alison Chapman, Rupert Crofts and Kathrina Glitre for their generous donations supporting the 2016 Festival.

The Cary Grant Festival is a labour of love and currently does not receive any ongoing sponsorship. Your donation will help make the festival sustainable so we can keep on celebrating Cary Grant’s Bristol roots for years to come. We’ve got ambitious plans to take the festival to New York to celebrate the 100-year anniversary of Archie Leach emigrating to America, making his way on Broadway and reinventing himself as Hollywood icon Cary Grant. Any donation, however large or small, would be much appreciated. Alternatively, you might like to support us by buying some of our Official Festival Merchandise, available over in our shop.