This larger than life true story tells of how a barmaid in one of the poorest mining valleys in South Wales bred a racehorse on her allotment that went on to become a champion.
This engrossing documentary uses hundreds of discovered private letters, documents, diaries and photographs to provide a first hand account of the life, ideals, secrets and monstrously deluded mind of Heinrich Himmler, one of the Nazi regime’s unapologetic architects.
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This Cannes Jury Prize-winner is a wickedly funny and precisely observed psychodrama about a model Swedish family and their subsequent fallout following an avalanche whilst on a skiing holiday in the French Alps.
An uncompromising film of immense emotional power about a young man’s attempts to save his alcoholic mother from her addiction.
A poetic exploration of memory and grief following the interior life of Hugo, a 40-something civil servant who has become obsessed with some old 8mm footage he has discovered.
What's on today - Sat 18 April
|Glassland (15)||20:30||Book tickets|
|Cobain: Montage Of Heck (15)||20:35||Book tickets|
|Dark Horse: The Incredible True Story of Dream Alliance (PG)||21:00||Book tickets|
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9 Apr, 2015
Bristol filmmaker returns to Watershed with Tea & Sangria
We are delighted to welcome ex-Bristol filmmaker Peter Domankiewicz back to Watershed with his new feature Tea & Sangria on Tue 28 April. Multi-talented Peter is writer, director and lead actor in his Madrid-set love story and he will join us in person for a Q&A after its one-off screening.More...