Posted on Tue 28 Aug 2018 by Tara JudahWhere love and war are concerned, it's all just shades of grey. Paweł Pawlikowski's Cold War romance hits the big screen with striking polemic and a full palette of black and white, Cinema Producer Tara Judah writes.
Posted on Thu 23 Aug 2018Cinema Curator Mark Cosgrove and Cinema Producer Tara Judah share their highlights and must see films this September at Watershed.
Posted on Mon 20 Aug 2018We are very excited to announce that the Biennial Playable City Conference will take place in Tokyo, Japan this year on 28 September in partnership with the British Council.
Posted on Mon 20 Aug 2018 by Tara JudahLaura Mulvey and Peter Wollen's Riddles of the Sphinx showed us a 360 degree alternative view to the so-called 'male gaze' of mainstream cinema. Revealing a riddle of hetero-patriarchal film history, our Summer of rediscovery with restorations from amazing women filmmakers paves the way for an Autumnal change, Cinema Producer Tara Judah writes.
Posted on Sun 5 Aug 2018 by Edson BurtonSpike Lee is a political artist, and one with a particular comic sensibility. Artists may not be able to resolve social issues, but Lee's satire is responsible, Come the Revolution's Edson Burton writes.
Posted on Wed 1 Aug 2018Cinema Rediscovered returned to Bristol (which is now a UNESCO City of Film) for its third edition this July, putting lesser known cinematic visions centre stage, asking questions about the role of cinema, delighting audiences and launching a UK wide tour with support from BFI awarding funds from National Lottery.
Posted on Mon 30 July 2018August brings an embarrassment of cinematic riches gathered together under the broad headline of seriously playful, or indeed playfully serious, filmmaking.
Posted on Mon 30 July 2018Today Watershed announces a change in its leadership as it looks forward to the next part of its ongoing Bristol story.
Posted on Thu 26 July 2018 by Liz ChegeNewly restored, Madeline Anderson’s essential historical records of activism and vital body of cinematic work convey a radical commitment to hope, Come the Revolution curator Liz Chege writes.
Posted on Wed 25 July 2018 by Tara JudahOn Cinema Rediscovered's focus on Women on the Periphery, Agnés Varda, Laura Mulvey, Spike Lee and more, Watershed Cinema Producer Tara Judah reflects on a history of critical conversations and curatorial choices that have left so many great filmmakers just outside of the spotlight.