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.
Posted on Tue 1 Oct 2019Films from UK, Spain and Brazil amongst the awards in this year’s Depict - our 90 second filmmaking challenge
Project Current activityRife develops young people’s digital skills, voice, confidence, experience and networks so they go into the creative sector and thrive.
Posted on Tue 1 Oct 2019Our October Podcast discusses Shextreme and other highlights this month
Published on Mon 30 Sept 2019Watershed delivers a diverse cultural programme of films, events, festivals, artist commissions, workshops and conferences with audiences and participation at its heart. Find out more about some of that work here...
Posted on Tue 3 Sept 2019We are delighted to announce the shortlist for this year’s Depict - Watershed’s ultra-short film competition... and we need your votes to decide the winner of the coveted Depict IMDbPro Audience Award.
Posted on Fri 30 Aug 2019September Cinema at Watershed sees the arrival of the 25th Encounters Film Festival celebrating all things short film related, the release of uniquely British coming of age drama The Last Tree and two fantastic new releases to look forward to, Phoenix and Roja.
Posted on Fri 2 Aug 2019Following its UK Premiere right here in Bristol last week as part of our Cinema Rediscovered Festival, Robert Bresson’s newly restored French classic film Une Femme Douce will be opening at ICA in London from 2 August before touring cinemas nationwide as part of Cinema Rediscovered on Tour.
Posted on Wed 31 July 2019 by Mark CosgroveMark Cosgrove, Cinema Curator at Watershed, pre-empts the “why are you not showing...” question with Once Upon A Time in Hollywood and explains the rationale for not showing Quentin Tarantino’s new film.
Posted on Wed 31 July 2019 by Thea BerryIsabella Eklöf’s directorial debut caused more than a stir on the festival circuit in 2018 due to the frank portrayals of violence. Rather than being viewed as gratuitous - a word so often associated with on-screen violence - Eklöf is demanding the audience connect with what they already know but choose to ignore, writes Watershed Cinema Producer, Thea Berry.