Posted on Mon 27 July 2020 by Clare ReddingtonWe're all taking a short break from Mon 3 Aug. Before that our CEO Clare Reddington reflects on what the past few months have been like for us...
Posted on Thu 9 July 2020This month we take a pause in our monthly podcast as we prepare for re-opening.
Posted on Tue 30 June 2020Mark Cosgrove, Watershed Cinema Curator, looks forward to welcoming audiences back to Watershed Cinemas in September and highlights two films to look out for online this month.
Posted on Wed 24 June 2020Yesterday the Government announced the re-opening of cinemas and bars in England from 4 July (subject to safeguards) alongside the reduction of social distancing to 1m plus (with additional mitigations).
Posted on Mon 15 June 2020We are FOR equality and ANTI-racist. The global events of the last few weeks, the injustices faced by Black people in the UK and the clear demands for change in Bristol on the weekend of 7 June, speak powerfully to the need to make real commitments.
Posted on Fri 12 June 2020A huge thank you to everyone who fed back to us
Posted on Thu 28 May 2020A collection of Bristol's cultural organisations have teamed up to launch Bristol Arts Channel, presenting content "Together Online"
Posted on Tue 26 May 2020In June's podcast Mark Cosgrove, Watershed Cinema Curator, considers whether, when people talk of the acute challenges now facing the arts sector, whether film is included in that and ponders when does film become art?
Posted on Tue 5 May 2020 by Clare ReddingtonClare Reddington, Watershed CEO, reflects on Watershed's experiences of the past seven weeks....
Posted on Wed 29 April 2020Mark Cosgrove, Watershed Cinema Curator, discusses the existential crisis that he feels is now facing cinema and shares his pick of the upcoming films streaming online.