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 this year to support Watershed’s work.

  • James Aiken
  • Richard Alexander
  • Jawaher Alghamdi
  • Alison Allden
  • Eleanor Allen
  • Jen Allen
  • Elisa Amesbury
  • Dylan Aplin
  • Helen Appleton
  • Megan Arch
  • Paul Archer
  • Anthony Ashford
  • Matilda Ashton
  • Harriet Aston
  • Judith Aston
  • Nick Baker
  • Andrew Barnes
  • William Barwell
  • Simon Baynes
  • Diana Bazeley-White
  • Stephen Bear
  • Louise Benn
  • Maureen Bezzant
  • Sarah Boot
  • Mark Bownes
  • Paul Bowring
  • Juliette Britton
  • Frances Brooke-Popham
  • Naomi Browne
  • Peter Bruce
  • Lee Bundy
  • Marti Burgess
  • Karin Burnett
  • Peter Burton
  • Debra Butler
  • Julia Butler
  • Lee Butler
  • Duncan Cameron
  • Alan Carpenter
  • Susan Chambers
  • Kai Chelliah
  • Brian Clay
  • James Cole
  • Ben Combe
  • Crescentia Cook
  • Liam Cooke
  • Rosie Cooke
  • Tony Couch
  • Emma Cox
  • Nicholas Cox
  • Robert Cox
  • Kevin Crawford
  • Rupert Crosbee
  • Joanna Cullum
  • Andrew Daer
  • Jim Davies
  • Geoff Davis
  • Sarah Day
  • Jane Dennis
  • Prakash Dewani
  • Kevin Dewar
  • Matthew Dickie
  • Lottie Donovan
  • James Dorman
  • Iain Dresser
  • Geoff Dunlop
  • Andy Dunn
  • Catherine Dunstan
  • Philip Edwards
  • Robert Endsor
  • Claire Erde
  • Ed Evans
  • Thomas Farrell
  • Gene Feder
  • Jennifer Field
  • Robert Fields
  • David Fletcher
  • Lisa Foote
  • Neil Fountain
  • Sonal Fricker
  • Calum Frost
  • Eshika Fyzee
  • Louise Gardner
  • Phil Gibby
  • Emily Goldblatt
  • Matt Golding
  • David Goldstein
  • Joanna Grace
  • Hilary Green
  • Gareth Griffiths
  • James Hackett
  • Tracy Hager
  • Alison Hall
  • Roger Hampson
  • Meurig Harries
  • Tania Hershman
  • Andy Hillman
  • Andrew Holliday
  • Niall Hoskin
  • Alan Houston
  • Sarah Hugnu
  • Bethan Hutton
  • Jonathan Hyams
  • Sue Iles
  • Lynn M Imperatore
  • Jacqueline Inglis
  • Seth Jackson
  • Seth Jackson
  • Radhika Jani
  • Simon Jarvis
  • Lesley Jenkins
  • Rosemary Jillett
  • David Johnson
  • Michael Johnson
  • Emma Jones
  • Mary Kear
  • David Keenan
  • Ros Kennedy
  • Julia Kevern
  • Vivien Kies
  • Victoria Kihlstrom
  • Ross Kilpatrick
  • Antonia King
  • Julia Knight
  • Andrew Knowles
  • Geoff Langan
  • Julie Lansley
  • Maria Luisa Latorre
  • Christopher Leonard
  • Ned Lewis
  • Diane Liell
  • Stephen Lightbown
  • Lee Lloyd
  • Ben Long
  • Garry Lorimer
  • Michael Lotinga
  • Vanessa Luk
  • Lesley Lunn
  • Jonny Lupton
  • Simon Luxton
  • Benedict MacKay
  • Ben Marshalsea
  • William Mascull
  • Ian McGill
  • Holly McGowan Hayes
  • Vincent McLaughlin
  • George McNamara
  • Caroline Melvin
  • Liam Mercer
  • Peter Metcalfe
  • Chris & Mavis Miller
  • Sheila Montgomery
  • Peter Moran
  • Anthony Morse
  • Harriet Mortimer
  • Paul Morton
  • Jonathan Murphy
  • Balini Narendran
  • Samuel Nason
  • Christopher Neild
  • Paul Newberry
  • Elizabeth Newman
  • Susan Norman
  • Peter O'Brien
  • Patricia O'Connell
  • Sally O'Grady
  • Ciaran O'Loughlin
  • James Ormerod
  • Sarah Osborne
  • Helen Ostle
  • Nick Parsons
  • Clair Patey
  • Nelleke Paulusma
  • Dan Pawley
  • Chris Pearce
  • E C Peddie
  • Dick Penny
  • Siri Perera
  • Stephen Petter
  • Lee Philip
  • Brian Pickering
  • Colin Pickering
  • Margaret Poolman
  • Simon Porterfield
  • Clive Pulteney
  • Clare Reddington
  • Simon Reuter
  • Carole Ricketts
  • James Riden
  • Penelope Rigby
  • Alistair Roberts
  • Gill Roberts
  • Simon Roberts
  • John Robson
  • Gary Roethenbaugh
  • Robert Rogan
  • Jane Rogers
  • Hazel Rolston
  • Margaret Ruddick
  • Peter Ryan
  • Maggie Salter
  • Roy Sanders
  • Niroshini Saul
  • Sarah Scobie
  • Ann Selby
  • Michael Shah
  • Roger Shepherd
  • Michele Simpson-Crew
  • Joe Sims
  • Louise Sinclair
  • Rehana Siraj-Allan
  • Liz Sissons
  • Nicola Skinner
  • Tim Smart
  • Susan Smith-Uncles
  • Jocelyn Smith
  • Martin Smith
  • Anne Sparkes
  • Kevin Speller
  • Peter Spurr
  • Rebecca Staatz
  • Damian Steer
  • Claire Stewart
  • Fiona Stewart
  • Peter Symes
  • James Taljaard
  • Josephine Tarnowski
  • Helen Taylor and Derrick Price
  • Hilary Taylor
  • Elizabeth Terry
  • Philippa Thistlethwaite
  • Andrew Thompson
  • Neil Thornhill
  • Ioannis Touras
  • Jenny Tozer
  • Hazel Trapnell
  • Claire Trevor-Roper
  • Ben Trewhella
  • Amy Trotter
  • Christine Elizabeth Vooght
  • Linda Ward
  • Stephen Ward
  • Sonia Wargacka
  • Rachel Warren
  • Tracey Watson
  • Melanie Weber
  • Rosie Wellingham
  • Kathryn Wells
  • Lydia Wheeler
  • Linda Whitney
  • Owen Williams
  • Sean Wilson
  • Stephen Wilson
  • Pamela Woods
  • Lesley Woodward
  • Wan Ching Yee
  • Miriam Young

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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.