Wed 21 Jan, 2015
Each year we invite filmmakers from all over the world to submit their short films of 90 seconds of less to our DepicT! competition. We caught up with DepicT! '14 winner Daniel Chisholm about his current feature length project set in Italy.
Thu 15 Jan, 2015
On Mon 12 Jan we held a special preview of Testament of Youth, a timely adaptation of Vera Brittain's much-loved World War I memoir. This powerful story struck a chord with the full house - here are some thoughts from the audience and ways for you to get involved so we can hear yours.
Wed 17 Dec, 2014
Impact of Conflict is a new strand where will will explore the effects of war across people, society, places and politics through screenings, events and publishing. It's all about opportunities for you to share your responses - find out how you can get involved here.
Wed 17 Dec, 2014
Back in October, we teamed up with the friendly folk at Julie’s Bicycle - who work with creative industries to make sustainability an intrinsic part of business practice - to host a two-day Environmental Data Lab here at the Pervasive Media Studio.
Thu 4 Dec, 2014
We are delighted to announce that we are working with a consortium of cultural organisations to deliver No Boundaries for the second year running. It takes place 29-30 September 2015 at new international cultural arts venue, HOME Manchester and here at Watershed.
Wed 19 Nov, 2014
Learn about DepicT! '14 award winner Daniel Chisholm's filmmaking journey, two months on from his big win!
Wed 12 Nov, 2014
There’s no denying it: markets have suddenly appeared, selection boxes are hugging the shelves, winter spice can be sniffed, the John Lewis ad is on the telly… it’s nearly Christmas. It’s 44 days away, in fact, but don’t worry – we’re here with a cracking line up of food, films, drinks and general merriness to see you through the festive season and beyond.
Mon 3 Nov, 2014
Fri 31 Oct, marked the last day of Shadowing, the winner of this year’s Playable City Award. Over the previous six weeks, Bristol residents and visitors hunted out the clandestine locations of eight ‘enchanted’ street lights, and played, danced and shaped their shadows over 100,000 times in all corners of the city.