October 2013

Afrika Eye returns to Watershed

Wed 23 Oct, 2013

We're very excited that Bristol's very own African film festival returns to Watershed next month with another great line-up of cinema, music, workshops and discussion. Internationally-praised feature films from Angola, Kenya and Senegal and a Bristol-made documentary about the last absolute monarch in Africa will be among those getting their regional premieres when Afrika Eye - the South West’s biggest celebration of African film and culture opens on Fri 8 Nov.

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Get curious at our magical Family Arts Festival events

Mon 14 Oct, 2013

Over the next two weeks (Sat 19 Oct – Sat 2 Nov) we are inviting families to tumble down the rabbit hole for a magical season of films and workshops which have been conjured up by some of Bristol’s most spellbinding talent as part of the nation-wide Family Arts Festival.

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First danceroom Spectroscopy Festival announced

Mon 7 Oct, 2013

This October sees the first danceroom Spectroscopy Festival, a remarkable new way to visualise the invisible nanoscale atomic world that makes up everything around us, including our own bodies.

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Special events galore at Watershed

Thu 3 Oct, 2013

October has been a packed month for Watershed, with many of the films likely to be up for awards season in the spring being released at this time, not to mention regular Autumn programmes such as Celebrating Black History Month and Afrika Eye Festival filling up our calendar with  films, talks and events.

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Passionate about film? Want to work in the industry?

Tue 1 Oct, 2013

We are delighted to announce that applications are now open for the BFI Film Academy Bristol for young people (aged 16 - 19) who are passionate about film. 

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