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Length: 36m 27s
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.
Length: 32m 56s
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.
Length: 39m 4s
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.
Length: 21m 30s
This month we look forward to Afrika Eye Film Festival, the UK Jewish Film Festival on Tour, London Korean Film Festival and the UK Green Film Festival, alongside We Are Here a season of films and events celebrating and portraying positivity in Queer and LGBTQ+ communities. And to finish off Mark implores you to immerse yourself in Scorsese's latest masterpiece of power and control The Irishman.
September Cinema at Watershed sees the arrival of the 25th Encounters Film Festival celebrating all things short film related, the release of uniquely British coming of age drama The Last Tree and two fantastic new releases to look forward to, Phoenix and Roja.