Cultural cinema, talent development and creative technology in Bristol
It’s a Wonderful Life
Frank Capra's timeless story of redemption and hope tells of how George Bailey, a good man who has descended into despair, is shown how loved he is by everyone in his community and what life would look like without him.
One of climbing’s most extraordinary feats is captured in this stunning, scary and unflinching documentary about free soloist climber Alex Honnold as he prepares to achieve his lifelong dream of climbing the 3,200 ft face of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park... without a rope.
"Are you going to show Roma?"
The not-so-short answer...
Watershed's Cinema Curator Mark Cosgrove explains why - although we would very much like to! - Watershed is currently not able to screen Alfonso Cuarón's Netflix film Roma.
Chloë Sevigny and Kristen Stewart star in this gripping feminist interpretation of the 1892 Lizzie Borden murders.
Sorry to Bother You
Musician and activist Boots Riley makes an incredible debut with this breathlessly inventive and funny fantastical satire about a black telemarketer who uses his 'white voice' to get a promotion in a horrible corporation.
The Last Movie
Dennis Hopper followed the enormous success of Easy Rider with this exuberant passion project – a delirious, free-wheeling epic production shot in Central America with an incredible cast and an ambition to re-invent American cinema.
The House That Jack Built
The enfant terrible of arthouse cinema Lars von Trier (Nymphomaniac, Antichrist) returns with his most provocative work to date in this nasty, confrontational and highly divisive serial killer thriller starring Matt Dillon.
There’s nothing better than laughing together in the cinema so throughout December join us for a season of side-splitting comedies as we celebrate some of cinema’s best-loved works of comic genius.