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DShed Family Fun
This collection of short films and talks celebrates creative work made by and for young people at Watershed over the years, and is sure to provide something for the whole family to enjoy.
Over the years, Watershed has helped develop and showcase the creative talents of all kinds of people. From seasoned filmmakers to those who have just picked up a camera, from internationally established artists to up-and-coming graduates, Watershed embraces creativity in all its forms.
So it is no surprise that young people - who are naturally curious, receptive, and creative - produce fun, inspiring, eye-opening results when they are given to tools to express themselves.
This collection of short films and talks celebrates recent and past creative work by and for young people at Watershed.
Tick Tock A class of students break the boredom of detention with killer moves, rumbling sub-bass, and percolating rhythms...
Alice in Wonderland (1903): Cinékids A new score created by children aged 8-12 for the first ever film version of Alice in Wonderland
Frank and Chris Two brothers reflect on their years of rivalry, both on the sports field and in life...
Counter Punch A beloved granddad and former champ, whose advice was 'to follow your dreams' inspires Harry, a young boxer, to fight.
Ghostwatch: My Urban Home Do you dare to follow 8 brave children as they track the movements of the ghost of Barton Hill?
Aardman Animations FILMCLUB Q&A Makers of Aardman Animations 'The Pirates!' discuss how animation is made and their work in the creative industry.
The Box Shot by young filmmakers this 5min docu-drama examines the life of a low income family feeling the strain of recession.
It's Shaun The Sheep! Award-winning director of Shaun the Sheep, Richard ‘Golly’ Goleszowski discusses the much-loved character from his humble beginnings to the present.
12 Days of Christmas In 2000, children from Bristol schools created twelve pieces of web art based on the Twelve Days of Christmas song.
Rio Kids A web project from 2002 in which young people offer personal, creative responses to the sustainable development of our planet.