Posted on Tue 3 Oct 2017Director Peter Mackie Burns discusses Daphne, his striking drama which follows the life of an early-thirties Londoner who goes off the rails after witnessing a random act of violence.
Posted on Thu 28 Sept 2017October 2017's podcast focusses on the upcoming Festival of the Future City at Watershed.
Posted on Mon 4 Sept 2017The Philip French Annual Memorial Lecture sees a key figure in the film world reflect on the qualities film critic French stood for, to examine current developments in film culture and the role of film critics today. 2017's lecture was given by writer and broadcaster Mark Kermode.
Posted on Fri 1 Sept 2017September sees the arrival of the 23rd Encounters Short Film and Animation Festival at Watershed.
Posted on Tue 1 Aug 2017This month's podcast discusses all things family at Watershed and shares some of the highlights of Bugs on Film, our school holiday season of films and workshops though out August and into the early September.
Posted on Fri 30 June 2017Mark Cosgrove, Watershed Cinema Curator, talks about how Cinema Rediscovered came about, how it fits into the annual film calendar and share his own must sees of the weekend.
Posted on Fri 2 June 2017In June Watershed revisits melodrama and immerses itself in Virtual Reality.
Posted on Tue 16 May 2017Following a screening of off-the-wall British comedy Mindhorn, Actor and Writer Julian Barratt (Mighty Boosh) talks about the writing and making of the film, how it came together and the long journey involved.
Posted on Sun 30 April 2017To mark the centenary of the Russian Revolution Mark Cosgrove, Watershed Cinema Curator and Andrew Kelly, Director Bristol Festival of Ideas, discuss upcoming films and events in May.
Posted on Tue 18 April 2017Playable City puts people and play at the heart of the future city, re-using city infrastructure and re-appropriating smart city technologies to create connections – person to person, person to city.