Podcast

Mark Cosgrove, Watershed Cinema Curator
Watershed staff, and guests give their take on some of the upcoming Watershed highlights – including films, festivals, events and cross-artform developments and debates.

March 2017

A Taste of South Korean Cinema is on the menu in Watershed's March Podcast. Mark Cosgrove, Watershed Cinema Curator, and Sven de Hondt, independent film blogger and programmer discuss what it is about South Korean cinema that makes it so dynamic and unique. 

Ahead of our weekend of South Korean films in early March, and upcoming new films The Handmaiden and Age of Shadows screening later in the month, they discuss South Korean Cinema's culture of social critique and genre based filmmaking and how compellingly it subverts standard tropes. 

You can also listen to this podcast directly as an mp3.

Previous Episode: February 2017

What is it about new film Moonlight that is so extraordinary? Mark Cosgrove, Watershed Cinema Curator, and Edson Burton and Liz Chege from curators collective Come The Revolution, discuss this much anticipated new release.

Listen to their thoughts on the film and why they see it as a gamechanger – a brilliant and bold statement about the art and craft of film. 

You can also listen to this podcast directly as an mp3.