What's on today
With all things Sci Fi landing at Watershed this month we present a collection of short films from the archives with an all together extraterrestrial outlook.
Shadowing is arriving on Bristol's streets. When the sun goes down, Watershed's second Playable City Award Winner will appear as magical shadows beneath some of the city's street lights revealing traces of those who walked before.
Bush Man and maverick film maker Kim Wolhuter wins the trust of a female cheetah and her 5 cubs, spending 18 months living and running alongside them.Book Tickets
There are so few Kakapo parrots left on Earth today that all of them have names. And one name is world famous - Sirocco. A parrot so popular, that the government of New Zealand gave him a job. This is the delightful rags-to-riches story of a bird that shot to stardom.Book Tickets
See the best one-minute films entered into the UKTV Eden Shorts competition.Book Tickets
15:00, 18:00, 21:15
'71 is more than a visceral recreation of a bruising period of recent Northern Irish history - it is a brilliantly effective survival thriller, one made by a searing talent to watch.Book Tickets
The compelling story of the 1970s youth culture that changed a generation and influenced songwriters, producers, DJs and designers for decades to come.Book Tickets
Against a backdrop of escalating and often deadly human-leopard conflict across India, conservationist Rom Whitaker sets out to uncover the fascinating truth behind the gory headlines.Book Tickets
Join us for a double bill of big cat films. Whilst Pride explores the cultural relationship between Gujarati residents and the last remaining population of Asiatic Lions, Lion Guardians looks at an African initiative that encourages young warriors to protect, not kill the local lions.Book Tickets
This award-winning independent South African feature documentary investigates fracking in the United States - the technology's place of origin - in order to understand what fracking could mean for the semi-arid Karoo and other countries who are considering its implementation.Book Tickets
Join us for three short films about environment and conservation, including the longest of these short films, We Are Rhino, which asks three different South Africans how we should stem Asia's insatiable hunger for rhino horn products.Book Tickets
A passion project for Emma Thompson (who wrote and stars in the film), this compelling drama explores Victorian and social mores via the true story of Effie Gray (Dakota Fanning), the young bride of art critic John Ruskin, who dissolved their marriage because she was 'not formed to excite passion'.Book Tickets