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Supporters

Still from Pride directed by Matthew Warchus

Watershed and its programme would not be possible without the support and generosity of our loyal supporters. Every contribution, big or small, has an impact on our creative capacity to inspire and engage people of all ages in new cultural experiences. Thank you.

Individual Supporters

A big thank you...

To the following people who have made kind donations to support Watershed’s work.

  • David Alexander
  • Lara Angel
  • Dylan Aplin
  • Jane Arthurs
  • Harriet Aston
  • Kay Bader
  • George Banting
  • Alan Barber
  • Richard Barlow
  • Layla Barron
  • Keith Bartle
  • Michael Barton
  • Andrew Barwell
  • Stephen Bear
  • Dann Beard
  • Janis Beavon
  • Annie Bell
  • Susan Berger
  • Trevor Blythe
  • Ervin Bossanyi
  • Celia Bradshaw
  • Stephanie Brammar
  • Philip Brown
  • Charlie Bulbeck
  • Jane Bunting
  • June Burrough
  • Mhairi Cameron
  • Esther Cameron
  • Finn Camm
  • Leslie Campbell
  • Michael Campbell
  • Max Campbell-Jones
  • Paula Cannings
  • Beryl Carlyle
  • Sara Cech-Lucas
  • Larry and Lyn Cetrulo
  • Susan Chambers
  • Phil Chapman
  • Sheila and Phil Cheatle
  • Stuart Chivers
  • Jon and Kerry Clayton
  • Robert Coatesworth
  • Lorenzo Colo
  • Rosie Cooke
  • Simon Cooper
  • Imogen Cowley
  • David Cuthbert
  • Jennifer Dahms
  • Caitlin Daley
  • Sally Daniels
  • James Davies
  • Alan Davies
  • Laura Davis
  • Amanda Davis
  • Katie Day
  • David De Berker
  • Marjo De Best
  • Mary Dearden
  • Lionel Demery
  • Ellie Denner
  • Jonny Denton
  • Roseanna Dias
  • Gien and Chas Donovan
  • Lottie Donovan
  • Richard Drake
  • Madge Dresser
  • Richard Durrant
  • Eoin Earley
  • Alison Edgson
  • Stephen Ellard
  • Paul Erne
  • Susan Eustace
  • Edward Evans
  • Catherine Fagg
  • Christopher Fallon
  • Anthony Farr
  • John and Julia Farrow
  • Anthony Featherstone
  • Robert Fields
  • Peter & Florence Fitzsimons
  • Rachel Fleming
  • John Flook
  • Alan Francis
  • Maureen Fraser
  • Rachelle Fuerth
  • Susie Fugle
  • Julie Furey
  • Polly Furness
  • Louise Gardner
  • Eli Gascoigne
  • Stephen Gatfield
  • Faye Gearing
  • Sue Gee
  • Paul Gelling
  • Vicky Gibb
  • Phil Gibby
  • Samantha Gibson
  • John Gilliard
  • Kathrina Glitre
  • Emily Goldblatt
  • Matt Golding
  • Norman Golding
  • David Goldstein
  • Dawn Gordon
  • Ludo Graham
  • Martin Grant
  • Michael Graves
  • Peter Grear
  • Hilary Green
  • Penny Leaver Green
  • Lesley Greig
  • Christina Gyles
  • John Hadley
  • Alison Hall
  • Caroline Hall
  • Robin Hambleton
  • Roger Hampson
  • Chris Hanmer
  • Jonathan and Claire Harper
  • Gillie Harries
  • John Harris
  • J Hawkins
  • Peter Hawkins
  • Tania Hershman
  • Jane Hickman
  • M J Higginbottom
  • Ron Hillel
  • Heidi Hinder
  • Peter Hollingworth
  • Brian Holst
  • Martin Homer
  • Nancy Horlick
  • Jacqueline Inglis
  • Amanda Ions
  • Mary Jackson
  • Seth Jackson
  • Cat John
  • Michael Johnson
  • Gregory Jolivet
  • Nikki Jones
  • Nikki Jones
  • Terry Kahn
  • Richard Kemp
  • Rosalind Kennedy
  • Vivien Kies
  • Jane Kilpatrick
  • Julie Lansley
  • Nisus Larsen
  • Ian J Legge
  • Christopher Leonard
  • Anthony Lewis
  • Diane Liell
  • Meg Lovelock-Brent
  • Jeffrey Lucas
  • Sue Luger
  • Sue Lyndon
  • Frances MacFarlane
  • Patrick Makin
  • Vijay Mamon
  • William Mather
  • Jonathan May
  • John Mayne
  • Sarah McCormack
  • Keith McGeoch
  • Robert Meech
  • Peter Metcalfe
  • Tim Miles
  • Jennifer Mills
  • Sarah Milward
  • Jeanette Monaco
  • Jane Morgan
  • Duncan Morton
  • Paul Morton
  • Paul Mugford
  • Helen Mutch
  • Helen Mutter
  • David Neal
  • Nisbet Family Charitable Trust
  • Emma Norman
  • Susan Norman
  • Sian Norris
  • Niel O'Neill
  • Carol O'sullivan
  • Dorinda Offord
  • Jez ONeill
  • Helen Ostle
  • David Owen
  • Harry Partington
  • S.E Peggs
  • Dick Penny
  • Geoff Perkins
  • Jeanette Plumb
  • Pete Postlethwaite
  • George Potter
  • Derrick Price
  • Robina Quainton
  • Fiona Rahman
  • Clare Reddington
  • Josephine Reid
  • Derek Rigg
  • Gill Roberts
  • Steven Robinson
  • Tony Robinson
  • Jane Rogers
  • Lois Rogers
  • Leanne Rogers
  • Polly Rose
  • Colin Ross
  • Alexandra Rotas
  • Tony Rowlands
  • Emily Ryan
  • Tia Salisbury
  • Richard Salmon
  • John Savage
  • Zoe Sear
  • Mitchell Seligman
  • Yvonne Sexton
  • Michael Shah
  • Johanna Sharrett
  • Tim Shearman
  • Vivienne Shelton
  • Nicole Sherwood
  • Shipham Community Cinema
  • Sabrina Shirazi
  • Elaine Shotton
  • Lesley Silvester
  • Maureen Sinclair
  • Paul Skinner
  • Luke Slater
  • Judith & Stephen Sluglett-Noreiko
  • Rosemary Smith
  • Malcolm Smith
  • Susan J.C Smith-Uncles
  • Frances Sommerville
  • Ann Sparks
  • Cameron Spence-Jones
  • David Sproxton
  • David Sproxton
  • Oliver Stanley
  • Rosemary Stephens
  • Elliot Stern
  • Kelsey Stewart
  • Claire Stewart
  • Laura Stiles
  • David Stockham
  • Nicholas Stott
  • Jan Swann
  • James Taljaard
  • Professor Helen Taylor
  • Richard Taylor
  • Andy Thompson
  • Rebecca Thurgur
  • Josh Tibbetts
  • Adam Tickell
  • Clare Titley
  • Nick Toop
  • James Touzel
  • Gail Treece
  • Ben Trewhella
  • Aidan Turner
  • Susan Turner
  • Pat Turton
  • Tilly (Caroline) Vacher
  • Ellisha von Grunewald
  • Vivienne Wadsley
  • Erich Wagner
  • Laura Walder
  • Allen Walker
  • James Walker
  • Jeannette Walsh
  • Linda Ward
  • Laura Ward
  • Stephanie Warman
  • Liz and Rich Warren
  • Deborah Watson
  • Sandy West
  • Jill Whitehall
  • Katharine Whitfield
  • Kate Whittle
  • Lynne Williams
  • Peter Williams
  • Stephen Michael Wilson
  • Sean Wilson
  • Dave Wonnacott
  • Raymond Woolfe
  • Martin Wyatt
  • Kirsty Young

Funders & Partners

Arts Council England South West  

Arts Council England is the national development agency for the arts. Their ambition is to place the arts at the heart of national life, reflecting the country's rich and diverse cultural identity as only the arts can.

Bristol City Council  

Bristol City Council is the elected government of Bristol. It has one overall purpose: to improve Bristol and the lives of all its people, now and for future generations.

Europa Cinemas


Founded in 1992 with funding from the MEDIA programme and from the Centre National de la Cinématographie, Europa Cinemas is the first film theatre network focusing on European films. Its objective is to provide operational and financial support to cinemas that commit themselves to screen a significant number of European non-national films, to offer events and initiatives as well as promotional activities targeted at Young Audiences and to screen digital European films.

University of the West of England


The University of the West of England, Bristol (Bristol UWE) is one of Britain's most popular universities with more than 23,000 students and a 1,000-strong academic staff.

University of Bristol

The University of Bristol is internationally renowned, ranked in the top 30 universities globally (QS World University Rankings), due to its outstanding teaching and research, its superb facilities and highly talented students and staff.

The British Film Institute

The British Film Institute is the UK's lead film organisation. Its mission to achieve a creative and prosperous film culture and industry base, the BFI drives creative, economic, and cultural success through a linked portfolio of activities.

TLT Solicitors LLP

TLT Solicitors LLP is a top 100 UK commercial law firm with over 650 staff across offices in Bristol and London and is consistently rated as one of the top 3 technology and IP firms in the South West. It has strong relationships locally and nationally and is well known for its work across the technology & media sectors. It has a long-standing commitment to the development of the creative industries in Bristol, having provided support to Watershed through direct sponsorship and pro bono advice since 2002. TLT advised Watershed on the creation of iShed CIC and Pervasive Media Sandbox.