Cultural cinema and digital creativity centre in Bristol UK
A diverse and thought-provoking programme of artists’ moving image film from genre-bending documentaries to lyrical time-travelling tapestries courtesy of the latest works from the six shortlisted artists for this year’s Jarman Award.
Justin Kurzel brings his jaw-dropping, moody vision to Shakespeare’s bleakest tragedy of murderous ambition - with Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard as Macbeth and his infamous Lady.
This entertaining documentary chronicles the rise, fall and struggle for personal freedom within one of the most awesome sporting dynasties ever seen - the USSR national ice hockey team.
In this month's podcast our Cinema Curator Mark Cosgrove examines the notion of curation in film exhibition and asks: do audiences care how a film comes to be on at the cinema?
Marc Silver’s seamlessly constructed and riveting documentary about the devastating effects of racial bias and the search for justice within the US legal system is an essential contribution to the ever-present conversation about race in America.
The story of the contested state of Abkhazia is a timely meditation on the paradox of a country, both as a physical and legal space, and how new nations might be imagined into existence.
The Urbanimals - winner of the Playable City Award 2015 – are hopping, bouncing, leaping and rolling across the streets of Bristol. Which one will you play with first?
If you're a young person aged 24 or under you can see any film here, at any time, on any day, and still have change from a fiver.
Raucous' The Stick House is a dark gothic fable fusing film, music, performance and creative digital technology spinning a tale of love found, betrayals made and hearts laid bare in an astonishing and captivating theatre journey deep in the tunnels beneath Bristol.
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At Watershed we have a passion for innovation and creativity: we take pride in making your event stand out from the rest.
We offer imaginative choices to meet your conference needs, delivered in the inspirational surroundings of this independent organisation with its intimate and vibrant atmosphere. With customers at the heart of our organisation Watershed delivers a diverse programme of films, events, festivals and conferences.
Watershed offers the perfect social space. We are open from early in the morning to late at night.
We are committed to projecting passion, care and pride in the whole Watershed experience. Our food is now as organic, seasonal, locally sourced and ethically produced as we can possibly make it. Sample our menu, get some drinks in or just come for a coffee before or after a film – the choice is up to you.