Posted on Fri 1 Nov 2019 by Julia RayUWE MA Curating student Julia Ray, reflects on her season We Are Here, a celebration and exploration of queer spaces in cinema.
Posted on Wed 30 Oct 2019This 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.
Published on Mon 21 Oct 2019Report of Watershed's Board of Trustees and consolidated financial statements – Year ended 31 March 2019.
Posted on Thu 17 Oct 2019Today, Watershed, Bristol Old Vic and Colston Hall have signed up to the growing global community of arts and culture champions declaring a climate and ecological emergency.
Posted on Thu 17 Oct 2019Following our open call for Watershed and MAYK’s Winter Residencies programme, we’re delighted to announce the three artists who will develop works exploring technology and climate breakdown.
Posted on Wed 9 Oct 2019 by Simon BallAhead of our 60th anniversary Halloween screening of classic 50's frightener The Tingler our Front of House Duty Manager and B Movie aficionado Simon Ball looks back at the career of director William Castle - the undisputed king of cinema gimmickry.
Posted on Tue 8 Oct 2019Watershed welcomes Anne Wong-Erven as General Manager and Sharmaine Lovegrove and Parys Gardener who join the Watershed Board.
Posted on Fri 4 Oct 2019 by James HarrisonJames Harrison, co-director of South West Silents and co-curator at Cinema Rediscovered, discusses the rationale behind the Weimar Sundays season throughout October 2019.
Posted on Wed 2 Oct 2019Update from Playable City’s very own Hilary O’Shaughnessy
Posted on Tue 1 Oct 2019Conversations About Cinema returns this year with Thought In Action. The strand presented in partnership with the UWE Philosophy and Politics departments provides an opportunity for audiences to engage in deeper conversation about issues and ideas arising from films in our programme.