Great African director Abderrahmane Sissako brings his unparalleled artistry to this Oscar®-nominated account of the early days of the Islamic Jihadist takeover of Timbuktu in 2012. One of the most important, soulful cinematic experiences of the year.
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A special season of Moomin-related films and events over the May half term to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Finland's biggest pop culture export - Tove Jansson's loveably eccentric, chubby, hippo-esque trolls the Moomins!
This month we bring together new old films by Michaelangelo Antonioni, Francesco Rosi, Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger, Fritz Lang and Eric Rohmer for you to enjoy where they were originally intended to be seen - in the cinema.
Shot in crisp black and white this is a haunting story of love between two misfits who shouldn't be together. Set in the fictional Iranian underworld of Bad City, a desolate and industrial place, riddled with drug dealers The Girl is a hijab-wearing vampiress who hunts them down.
A young woman makes a surprising discovery about the husband (Romain Duris) of her late best friend, in acclaimed director François Ozon’s witty new drama.
Newly restored and often cited (especially by other filmmakers) as one of the greatest movies ever made, Fellini’s autobiographical extravaganza blends drama, fantasy, social satire and self-critique.
Rural Norfolk is the atmospheric backdrop to this accomplished debut about a troubled teen finding love.
Amir Amirani’s revealing documentary charts the events and discourse that led to the day back in 2003, when over 30 million people across the world marched in protest against the impending Iraq War.
What's on today - Fri 29 May
What's on tomorrow - Sat 30 May
What's on - Sun 31 May
What's on - Mon 01 June
What's on - Tue 02 June
|Timbuktu (12A)||15:30, 18:00, 20:30||Book tickets|
|8 1/2 (15)||17:50||Book tickets|
|Second Coming - Preview + Q&A (15)||18:30||Book tickets|
|The Goob (18)||21:00||Book tickets|
|A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night (15)||21:30||Book tickets|
What's on - Wed 03 June
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26 May, 2015
Balancing access and sustainability: new ticket price structure at Watershed
Here at Watershed we are proud that our cinema programme showcases the new, the old, the unusual and the unexpected. To help sustain this work, increase access and give everyone the opportunity to discover something new, there will be a small increase in our ticket prices – and we are pleased to introduce a brand new young peoples’ ticket.More...