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Current Episode, April 2015

This month Mark Cosgrove, Cinema Curator at Watershed and Phil Johnson, Senior Programme Producer at St Georges Bristol delve deeper into our Folk Noir strand of screenings and performances that look at the darker side of folk music and film. They look to define Folk Noir – giving examples from the world of film and music, some which play as part of the programme and all of which illustrate the unsettling nature of this genre. Listen to this podcast to hear more about how Folk Noir embraces death, murder and the more dread filled sides of life. 

We'd love to hear what you think about the term, Folk Noir - join the conversation on Twitter @wshed @stgeorgesbris

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Previous Episode, March 2015

This month Mark Cosgrove, Cinema Curator at Watershed and Professor Tim Cole from University of Bristol reflect on some of the themes, ideas and discussions that have emerged from films recently screened at Watershed as part of Conversations About Cinema: Impact of Conflict. This season of screenings, events and conversations, co-created by Mark and Tim, continues until July and looks at how film and filmmakers address the impact of conflict. 

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Use the #convocinema hashtag on Twitter to contribute your thoughts on the impact of conflict.