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Lady Macbeth

Lady Macbeth - coming in April 2017

Register your interest for films, events and opportunities coming up at Watershed and we'll get back to you as soon they go on sale or go live...

We have a good idea of what will be coming up at Watershed in the next few months, but often have to wait a little while before we can publish confirmed times and dates. This section details some of the film, events, and opportunities that we know are coming to Watershed but haven't yet got all of the particulars ironed out!

You can register your interest for them below and that way, you will be among the first to know when they are confirmed and on sale. If you are not already, you will also be added to our weekly mailing list for regular details of upcoming films and events, plus all our latest news.

BAFTA Shorts 2017

February 2017

We're delighted to once again be able to share the most exciting and innovative British short films in BAFTA's 2017 Shorts programme.

Inside Film Day

April 2017

Calling all 15-24 year olds interested in a career in film! Join us on Sat 8 April for a full day of films, panels, masterclasses, networking and more - whatever your desired role or particular interest, we'll have something for you. Programmed by BFI Film Academy with support from Future Film, Encounters and Channel 4 Random Acts.

I am Not your Negro

April 2017

In his incendiary new documentary, master filmmaker Raoul Peck journeys into the black history that connects the past of the Civil Rights movement to the present of #BlackLivesMatter to deliver a radical, up-to-the-minute examination of race in America.

Lady Macbeth

April 2017

Acclaimed theatre director William Oldroyd relocates Nikolai Leskov’s Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk to 19th-century England, in this Gothic tale about a young woman trapped in a marriage of convenience whose passionate affair unleashes a maelstrom of murder and mayhem on a country estate.

Raw

April 2017

French writer-director Julia Ducournau's extraordinary first feature is a heady, blood-soaked examination of femininity, sexual awakening and the sisterly bond. Following in her strict-vegetarian parents’ footsteps, 16-year-old Justine starts at veterinary college, where cannibalism becomes her grisly initiation into adulthood.

The Happiest Day In The Life Of Olli Mäki

April 2017

Finnish newcomer Juho Kuosmanen chronicles the buildup to the 1962 world featherweight championship title match in this idiosyncratic drama. Finnish boxer Mäki’s story makes for one of the most romantic boxing films ever made, and rethinks and revitalises the boxing movie genre.

Excited about a new film that you've heard about?

If it's not on this list, let us know what it is and we can check whether or not we have any plans to show it...