Cultural cinema and digital creativity centre in Bristol UK

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BBC See Hear Weekend 2018

Sat 24 - Sun 25 Feb

The BBC and See Hear invite you to celebrate all things related to sign language and the Deaf community in film and television in this packed weekend of screenings and workshops.

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BBC See Hear Weekend 2018

BBC See Hear Weekend 2018

Sat 24 - Sun 25 Feb

The BBC and See Hear invite you to celebrate all things related to sign language and the Deaf community in film and television in this packed weekend of screenings and workshops.

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Lady Bird

Lady Bird

Now screening

Greta Gerwig's critically adored directorial debut is a sweet, funny ode to adolescence, small towns, the early 2000s and, ultimately, the relationship between mothers and daughters - and it's one of our favourite films of the year...

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The Shape of Water

The Shape of Water

Now screening

Guillermo del Toro (Pan's Labyrinth, Crimson Peak) returns with this deliciously weird and extraordinary fairytale (leading the Oscars® race with a whopping 13 nominations) about the romance between a lonely, isolated woman and an amphibious creature.

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Mark podcast

February Podcast

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This month's season of films on 35mm film, from director and celluloid champion Paul Thomas Anderson, leads Watershed cinema curator Mark Cosgrove to reflect on his own early personal experiences of the film industry in the 1980s and the huge impact digital has had on the industry in recent years.

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Loveless

Loveless

Now screening

A couple entangled in a messy divorce have no option but to join forces and search for their son when he disappears in the latest gem from the boldly imaginative Russian auteur Andrey Zvyagintsev (Leviathan).

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Paul Thomas Anderson 35mm Retrospective

Paul Thomas Anderson on 35mm

Sun 4 - Sun 25 Feb

To mark the release of his luxuriant gothic romance Phantom Thread (opening on Fri 2 Feb), throughout February we’ll be revisiting some of the landmark films in the career of one of America’s most ambitious and accomplished filmmakers - Paul Thomas Anderson.

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Phantom Thread

Phantom Thread

Now screening

Daniel Day-Lewis, in what he says will be his last acting role, gives an impeccable final performance as a punishingly obsessive and unwaveringly perfectionist 1950’s couturier in Paul Thomas Anderson’s perverse psychological fable of unchecked ego and unhinged desire.

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What's on today - Thu 22 Feb

Feature Showing
Lady Bird 15 20:20 AD
Loveless 15 (S) 20:30 (nearly full)
The Shape of Water 15 (S) 20:40 AD

What's on tomorrow - Fri 23 Feb

Feature Showing
Lunchtime Talk: Are we in the weather or is the weather in us? 13:00
Phantom Thread 15 14:30
Loveless 15 (S) 17:20
The Shape of Water 15 (S) 17:40 AD, 20:40 AD
Lady Bird 15 18:00 AD, 20:20 AD
Dark River 15 20:10

What's on - Sun 25 Feb

Feature Showing
BBC See Hear Weekend 2018: Extraordinary Teens: School of Life and Deaf 15 (S) 11:00 DS
Paul Thomas Anderson on 35mm: Inherent Vice 15 12:00
BBC See Hear Weekend 2018: Switch Marathon Drop In Screening 12:15 - 17:50
Phantom Thread 15 14:00
BBC See Hear Weekend 2018: Preview: Wonderstruck + The Silent Child 12A (S) 14:30 DS Intro
The Shape of Water 15 (S) 15:00 AD
17:50 AD DS
20:40 AD
Loveless 15 (S) 17:00
Lady Bird 15 18:00 AD
20:20 AD
Dark River 15 20:15

What's on - Mon 26 Feb

Feature Showing
Lady Bird 15 11:00 AD Baby DS
Loveless 15 (S) 14:00
The Shape of Water 15 (S) 15:00 AD
17:50 AD
20:40 AD
Lady Bird 15 15:20 AD
18:10 AD DS
20:30 AD
Phantom Thread 15 17:00
Dark River 15 20:15

What's on - Tue 27 Feb

Feature Showing
Phantom Thread 15 14:30
The Shape of Water 15 (S) 15:00 AD, 17:50 AD, 20:40 AD
Lady Bird 15 15:20 AD, 18:10 AD, 20:30 AD
Loveless 15 (S) 17:30
Dark River 15 20:15

Tuesday screenings are part of our Cinébites meal deal - get 30% off main dishes from our menu

What's on - Wed 28 Feb

Feature Showing
Dark River 15 11:00
20:15
Loveless 15 (S) 14:30
The Shape of Water 15 (S) 15:00 AD
17:50 AD
20:40 AD
Lady Bird 15 15:20 AD DS
18:10 AD
20:30 AD
Phantom Thread 15 17:25
Raise the Bar: Joelle Taylor and James Bunting 19:30 Sold Out
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Overlooking Bristol’s vibrant Harbourside, our food and drink is local, seasonal, ethically sourced and simply delicious.

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Clare Reddington, Watershed’s Creative Director, has been nominated for a WOW - Women in Creative Industries Award 2018, alongside fellow nominees such as Imogen Heap and FKA Twigs, for her contribution to Bristol’s culture.

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