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Current Episode, November 2014

This month Mark Cosgrove, Watershed Cinema Curator, is in conversation with Fern Dunn, an MA Curation student on placement at Watershed. They discuss the nature of and influences on Film Curation, why Watershed is a partner in the MA course and the upcoming season of films that Ferne has curated – Beats to Buddhism. Beats to Buddhism is Watershed's contribution to November's Glassfest celebrations which sees seminal composer Philip Glass return to Bristol, with the season of films exploring the interests, inspirations, and influences on a composer who has irrevocably changed the face of contemporary music.

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Previous Episode, October 2014

Mark Cosgrove, Watershed's Cinema Curator, talks about Watershed's upcoming season Sci Fi: Days of Fear and Wonder which boldly celebrates the ever popular genre of science fiction with re-released classics, an in depth look at Afrofuturism and an evening featuring the sound of sci-fi and a screening of Silent Running at the magnificent Eden Project. Mark is also joined by three of Watershed's Future Producers to talk about the sci fi imbued screenings and events they have created as part of the season, taking in late night screenings, a weekend of free events and a Blind Date screening as part of Fun Palaces, plus a range of family activities over October half-term. 

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