Posted on Wed 23 Jan 2019Want to be inspired, take a break, and learn more about brilliant projects and people working with creative technology? Maybe you want to know what creative technology even is exactly? Visit the Pervasive Media Studio and find out more!
Posted on Wed 9 Jan 2019 by Tara JudahAlready exasperated by successive Australian governments and their refusal to treat refugees as human beings, Australian Cinema Producer Tara Judah explains why she was moved but not shocked by this poetic and emotionally charged documentary.
Posted on Wed 9 Jan 2019Farewell 2018, hello 2019. As we embark on a new year, we take a look back at the past year and share our top sellers of 2018 in film at Watershed.
Posted on Fri 28 Dec 2018Cinema at Watershed in 2019 kicks off with scabrous wit and two period dramas, both with a modern feel and contemporary resonances.
Posted on Wed 19 Dec 2018 by Zahra Ash-HarperZahra Ash-Harper, Inclusion Producer at Watershed, reflects on the professional and personal lessons she has learned in 2018, particularly during her time as an observer at the Sundance Institute's New Frontier Labs Program
Posted on Thu 13 Dec 2018 by Tara JudahAs 2018 draws to a close, we cast our eye back over the year that was; from celebrating women in cinema and workers' rights, to reclaiming the canon, revising generic tropes and exploring the liminal spaces between fiction and reality. It's been a powerful year in film, and one worth remembering, Cinema Producer Tara Judah writes.
Posted on Tue 11 Dec 2018 by Mark CosgroveWatershed's Cinema Curator Mark Cosgrove explains why - although we would very much like to! - Watershed is currently not able to screen Alfonso Cuarón's Netflix film Roma.
Posted on Fri 30 Nov 2018This month's podcast picks out the highlights of 2018 in film at Watershed.
Posted on Thu 29 Nov 2018Continuing Watershed’s journey of leadership and stewardship and to meet the increasing demand for what we offer, we are really pleased to be sharing our ambitious vision for physical expansion that will deliver improved environmental sustainability and financial security for years to come.
Posted on Wed 28 Nov 2018The planned re-developed building will house four cinemas, five flexible event spaces, the Pervasive Media Studio and new incubation and grow-on Studios, to sustain the growth of new talent and ideas. The building will increase from 4,400 sqm to 6,360 sqm with new work space for 100+ creatives in the four floors above the rear of the existing building. You can read much more about our plans in this article.
Posted on Tue 27 Nov 2018 by Tara JudahA careful and considered study of ritual and religion, Sebastian Lelio's Disobedience was this year's most personally affecting film for Cinema Producer Tara Judah.