The diversification of an all-black residence hall forces a group of African-American university students to take a stand in this funny, inventive and provocatively tongue-in-cheek social satire of racial politics.
24-year-old journalist Jon Aitken received some fascinating tweets about his article on Why Young People Aren’t Going to Art Galleries and even got a direct response from controversial artist Jake Chapman himself, who then followed Rife on Twitter.
The exhilarating latest from Mia Hansen-Love traces the rise of the 'French touch' generation of house music - one that spawned superstars like Daft Punk and Cassius - from the 1990s to the present day.
It's fun for all the family this summer with a special season of animated adventures that will see you travel to Japan, Ireland, far-flung flying cities and back again. Next up is the absolutely gorgeous Song of the Sea.
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.
Fresh from Cannes and a triumphant critical reception, Amy reunites the team behind the award-winning Senna to tell the incredible story of the glorious rise and heartbreaking fall of Amy Winehouse.
The winner of this year's Playable City Award is Urbanimals - curious, interactive creatures that appear in unexpected areas of the city. They'll be springing up in Bristol later in the year for you to play with!
Wim Wenders takes a look back at the life and work of Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado in this stunning visual odyssey.
In celebration of Bristol’s affection for the bicycle, Cyclescreen returns to Watershed with an exciting programme of documentaries and talks featuring some of the leading filmmakers and authors from cycling culture.
With over 100 artists performing, 50 live performances including world premieres and a heap of free events and activities, the Festival of Puppetry is a key event in Bristol's cultural diary, now visiting Watershed for the very first time.
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30 Jul, 2015
Cyclescreen returns to Watershed this August
Hot on the heels of the thrilling climax of the Tour de France and spectacular win for Chris Froome, plus Bradley Wiggins’ new World Hour Record, Watershed proudly presents the return of Cyclescreen, Bristol’s very own dedicated bike film festival from Thu 20 – Sun 23 Aug.More...