Posted on Tue 14 Jan 2020Following a preview screening of The Personal History of David Copperfield, Director Armando Iannucci joined us at Watershed to discuss making the film and to take questions from the audience.
Posted on Fri 10 Jan 2020Farewell 2019, hello 2020. As we embark on a new decade, we thought we’d take a few moments to take a look back at the past year and share our top 10 cinema hits of 2019.
Posted on Thu 19 Dec 2019This first podcast of the new decade gets off to a hop skip and jump as we look forward to the start of the year in cinema at Watershed.
Published on Mon 9 Dec 2019A two year programme (2017 - 2019) to help freelancers, artists, creative practitioners, start-up micro businesses and small to medium enterprises (SMEs) in the West of England LEP area make a sustainable living from their creative ideas.
Posted on Fri 6 Dec 2019Pervasive Media Studio residents Victoria Mappleback and Duncan Speakman win at the International Documentary Festival Amsterdam.
Posted on Thu 5 Dec 2019In the third instalment of Thought In Action, UWE's Suwita Hani Randhawa and a selection of panellists discuss the themes raised in Fernando Meirelles’ film ‘The Two Popes’. UWE BA philosophy student Georgia Harrison shares her thoughts on the captivating film which centres on ‘the two popes’ Benedict XVI and Francis and their relationship with their faith.
Posted on Wed 4 Dec 2019Watershed was one of only two cinemas in the UK to host this year’s edition of European Cinema Night with last night’s special free preview of the German arthouse hit System Crasher followed by a Q&A with the film’s producer Frauke Kolbmüller.
Posted on Wed 4 Dec 2019With new funding confirmed and initial designs signed off, the first phase of Watershed’s development plans are gathering pace.
Posted on Tue 3 Dec 2019Forget the excesses and consumerism of Black Friday and Cyber Monday – Tue 3 Dec is #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving, the perfect antidote to the two biggest shopping days of the year.
Posted on Thu 28 Nov 2019 by Tara JudahJennifer Kent's The Nightingale was marked by controversy in the press but the film is only as violent as the history it tells. Framing faces, Kent confronts the viewer with a powerful and philosophical contemplation of responsibility and culpability in the face of humanity.