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 Depict ’20 Shortlist is live! 

Posted on Mon 14 Sep, 2020

Depict is Watershed’s ultra-short film competition and we need your votes to decide the winner of the Depict IMDbPro Audience Award!

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Creative producers international image
Posted on Thu 10 Sept 2020
Creative Producers International brought together a group of talented Creative Producers, united them as a single network and provided them with time, space and financial support to step away from the pressures of their day-to-day professional lives
Watershed heart
Posted on Mon 24 Aug 2020
Watershed re-opens its doors on Tue 1 Sept
Sebastián Lelio's A Fantastic Woman (2017)
Posted on Mon 27 July 2020 by Clare Reddington
We're all taking a short break from Mon 3 Aug. Before that our CEO Clare Reddington reflects on what the past few months have been like for us...

 Staying open when your building is not  

Posted on Tue 5 May 2020 by Clare Reddington

Clare Reddington, Watershed CEO, reflects on Watershed's experiences of the past seven weeks....

 #shortitout - calling filmmakers to get creative in 90 seconds or less 

Posted on Thu 16 April 2020

#shortitout launches today inviting filmmakers from all over the world to get creative and come together; offering unique filmmaker-led resources, light relief and inspiration.

 Thought In Action: Portrait of a Lady on Fire 

Posted on Sun 15 March 2020

In the sixth and last instalment of Thought in Action, we had the delight of welcoming Albertine Fox (University of Bristol), Isobel Carrol (UWE Level 3 Student) and Charlotte Alderwick (UWE Bristol, Chair) to discuss the themes in Céline Sciamma’s Portrait of a Lady on Fire. UWE BA Philosophy student Georgia Harrison continues the conversation and explores Sciamma’s mesmerising exploration of the female gaze.

 Thought In Action: Parasite 

Posted on Tue 3 March 2020

In the fifth instalment of Thought in Action, we are welcomed with the expertise of Dr. JongMi Kim (Media and Cultural Theology, Coventry University), Dr. Maria Rousso (Philosophy, San Raffaele University, Milan), Dr. Bola Adediran (UWE Politics, chair) and Katie Preece (Philosophy UWE student) on the themes raised in Bong Joon-ho’s Parasite. UWE BA Philosophy student Georgia Harrison explores the various avenues taken to create the masterful portrayal of the destructive effects of Capitalism.

 Unseen and Unexpected: Projections 2020 

Posted on Tue 25 Feb 2020 by Thea Berry

After a brief encounter with last year’s stunning ‘Projections’ programme, Watershed’s Cinema Producer, Thea Berry, is delighted to be welcoming back another collection of striking and thought-provoking short artists’ moving image films.

 Pervasive Media Studio Residents Amongst Top 35 XR Installations of 2019 

Posted on Fri 21 Feb 2020

Anagram's The Collider and Duncan Speakman's Only Expansion both featured for pushing the boundaries of interaction, performance and narrative in creative technology.

 Thought in Action: The Lighthouse 

Posted on Mon 17 Feb 2020

In the fourth instalment of Thought in Action, UWE's very own reps of the Philosophy (Katrina Mitcheson), Politics (Henrique Tavares Furtado) and Psychology (Miltos Hadijosif) departments discuss the themes raised in Robert Eggers’ The Lighthouse. UWE BA Philosophy student Georgia Harrison shares her experience on this original film which is practically a two-man combative story of madness and loneliness.