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Length: 28m 48s
Mark Cosgrove is joined by Gary Thompson and Adam Murray to look ahead to Cables & Cameras Presents: INSPIRED – a weekend featuring a whole range of conversations, screenings and events exploring Black/POC culture and talent, both in front of and behind the camera.
Length: 36m 51s
In this month's podcast Mark Cosgrove (Watershed Cinema Curator) and Adam Murray (film programmer, critic, writer and broadcaster) look forward to Watershed's Cinema Rediscovered festival at the end of July – a celebration and re-framing of cinema's rich 125 year history.
Length: 30m 15s
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.
Length: 30m 38s
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.
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.