- Online showcase of creative work
Watershed's showcase of creative work, talks, commissions, innovation, artist journals, festival diaries & archive projects
An eclectic series of inspirational interviews conducted by young people who researched, interviewed, filmed and edited these short films. The results offer young people insights into the careers of a range of media professionals including producers, directors, performers and comedians.
Jul 2008 - Feb 2009
Paul Appleby Paul Appleby, one of the most prolific producers for the BBC Natural History Unit, answers questions from eShed members about his career.
Alfred Bama An interview at the Wildscreen Festival 2008 with conservationist Alfred Bama, the star of award-winning film Bama’s Journey.
Bill Bailey Comedian, writer and television presenter Bill Bailey chats with the eShed team at the 2008 Wildscreen Festival.
Paddy Considine eShed members talk to British actor and filmmaker Paddy Considine at the 2008 Encounters Short Film Festival.
Phill Jupitus Comedian, television and radio presenter Phill Jupitus gives an insight into his career in the media.
Paul Merton eShed interviews comedian and television presenter Paul Merton on how he got involved in television.
Royston Tan An eShed interview with award-winning Singaporean filmmaker Royston Tan.
Richard Williams Canadian animator Richard Williams, best known for overseeing animation sequences on Who Framed Roger Rabbit, is interviewed by eShed members.