In this reflective piece Come the Revolution member Liz Chege reflects on new film The Fits, the lack of films focusing on Black female coming of age stories, the desire for belonging, and Black womanhood.
DepicT!, our ultra-short film competition that asks filmmakers from around the world to create an original short film under 90 seconds long, is back and we’re looking for your mini-masterpieces to be in with a chance of being selected for this year’s shortlist.
Storytelling chocolate, new musical instruments, robotic art, social design and futures consulting, meet the companies participating in Artful Innovation™, Watershed’s new business development programme.
We are thrilled to announce that award-winning Bristol-based author Nikesh Shukla is collaborating with Watershed’s team of young journalists behind Rife Magazine on their very own book! And now we need your help to get this brilliant idea off the ground…
The Mayor and his Cabinet are having to make very difficult decisions to address budget cuts which are affecting local authorities across the country. Bristol is a vibrant city and we are committed to working with the Mayor to make Bristol both successful and inclusive.
An exciting new kind of digital and physical game, developed in Bristol with help from Watershed, Bath university researchers and a group of local 8-12 year olds, has hit the shelves of John Lewis and Harrods in time for Christmas!
It's well and truly Christmas time. If you're anything like us you're still frantically searching for gifts – but don't worry, there’s a whole host of great products that have come out of the Pervasive Media Studio, and lots of things to give cinema lovers.