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Wed 2 Jul, 2014
Dr David Glowacki from the University of Bristol has collaborated with Bristol's Fairfield High School to create new classroom science teaching videos for national distribution by the Royal Society of Chemistry.
Tue 1 Jul, 2014
Growing up queer and trans in an abusive, evangelical Christian household in Alberta, Canada, gave Rae Spoon a unique perspective on life. My Prairie Home is a musical-documentary that tells Spoon's story in a lyrical way that will speak to anyone who's ever felt out of place.
Tue 24 Jun, 2014
DepicT!, our super short filmmaking competition (as part of Encounters Short Film & Animation Festival) is thrilled to announce that world class cinematographer Robbie Ryan will be judging this year's entries on behalf of DepicT! sponsor The Royal Photographic Society.
Tue 17 Jun, 2014
Rife Magazine, an online platform by young people for young people, has officially launched and is covering, events, local news and social issues. A partnership between Watershed and Bristol Youth Links, Rife currently employs four young journalists to curate the online magazine and ensure the stories are relevant and interesting to other young people like them.
Wed 11 Jun, 2014
Recife: The Playable City was a fantastic cultural exchange between Watershed and Brazil’s Porto Digital. It brought together practitioners from the UK and Brazil to explore how play can shape the future of our cities. Watershed produced the programme earlier this year in partnership with the British Council and Brazilian technology park Porto Digital. We’re now delighted to announce the release of a short film that shares what happened.
Fri 6 Jun, 2014
Interactive public artwork will invite Bristol’s citizens to play with their shadows. Watershed is delighted to announce that the winner of the 2014 international £30,000 Playable City Award is Shadowing, created by design duo Jonathan Chomko and Matthew Rosier, based in New York and Treviso, Italy respectively.
Wed 4 Jun, 2014
Legendary director Ken Loach visited Watershed on Monday for a sell out screening of his latest film, Jimmy’s Hall. He claims this will be his final major film and is ready to take some much needed rest and recuperation.