Audio & Video

June 2021 Cinema Podcast

Posted on Fri 28 May 2021

In June's podcast Mark Cosgrove, Watershed Cinema Curator, discusses upcoming film highlights with Ti Singh founder of Bristol Bad Film Club, author of Born To Be Bad: Talking to the greatest villains in action cinema and lead on the BFI Film Audience Network's New Release Strategy, based at Watershed.

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Jessica Bruder - Is Nomadland Our Future?
Length: 24m 21s
Talks
An online Q&A with journalist Jessica Bruder to discuss her book Nomadland: Surviving America in the Twenty-First Century, the inspiration for Oscar winning film Nomadland.
Creative Producers Lagos Lab
Length: 3m 46s
What we do
A 5 day online lab supporting and developing a network of Lagos-based producers working across theatre, film, festivals, visual art, radio, design and fashion.
May 2021 Cinema Podcast
Length: 30m 38s
Podcast
In May's podcast Mark Cosgrove, Watershed Cinema Curator, is joined by Dave Taylor of legendary Bristol video shop 20th Century Flicks. They reflect on the year that forgot cinema and the clutch of superb Oscar winning independent films arriving on the big screen very, very soon.

 March 2021 Cinema Podcast

Posted on Thu 25 Feb 2021

This month Mark Cosgrove, Watershed Cinema Curator, is joined by historian, writer and curator Edson Burton and Matchbox Cine producer Megan Mitchell. They share how their cultural life has changed and adapted over the last several months, and some of the things they have been enjoying and found themselves unexpectedly watching.

 February 2021 Cinema Podcast

Posted on Mon 1 Feb 2021

With the Watershed building and cinemas still closed, Mark Cosgrove (Watershed Cinema Curator) talks with Watershed friends to share their recent small screen highlights from film and TV series, old and new.

 January 2021 Cinema Podcast

Posted on Mon 21 Dec 2020

In January's short podcast Mark Cosgrove, Watershed Cinema Curator, shares films to look forward that would have screened in 2020 and a hint of plans and optimism in the air for 2021.

 December 2020 Cinema Podcast

Posted on Mon 30 Nov 2020

While the halcyon days of films being released into the cinema seem a distant memory and Watershed Cinemas were more closed than open, this month's podcast still finds a rich array of fantastic films to remember from 2020.

 November 2020 Cinema Podcast

Posted on Wed 28 Oct 2020

In November's podcast Mark Cosgrove (Watershed Cinema Curator) and Tara Judah (Watershed Cinema Producer) ponder and refute October's news, reported by some newspapers, of the death of cinema; plus share their cinema highlights for the month ahead at Watershed.

 October 2020 Cinema Podcast

Posted on Wed 30 Sept 2020

This month Mark Cosgrove, Watershed Cinema Curator, and Cinema Producer Tara Judah back discuss their highlights for the month ahead and a packed programme of new films and cinematic opportunities; featuring horror, masculinity in crisis, Greta Thunberg, the US African-American experience and the BFI London Film Festival at Watershed.

 Real: Directors Q&A

Posted on Tue 15 Sept 2020

In this Watershed Director's Q&A, British director, writer, actor and more, Aki Omoshaybi discusses his debut feature film Real.

 September 2020 Cinema Podcast

Posted on Thu 27 Aug 2020

In this month's podcast Mark Cosgrove, Watershed Cinema Curator, shares the background to his thinking about the films he is putting on for Watershed's reopening in September, and shares upcoming highlights.

 August 2020 Cinema Podcast

Posted on Thu 30 July 2020

This month we take a pause in our monthly podcast as we prepare for re-opening.

 July 2020 Cinema Podcast

Posted on Tue 30 June 2020

Mark Cosgrove, Watershed Cinema Curator, looks forward to welcoming audiences back to Watershed Cinemas in September and highlights two films to look out for online this month.

 June 2020 Cinema Podcast

Posted on Tue 26 May 2020

In June's podcast Mark Cosgrove, Watershed Cinema Curator, considers whether, when people talk of the acute challenges now facing the arts sector, whether film is included in that and ponders when does film become art?