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AntiVJ Showcase

 AntiVJ Showcase

Posted on Sat 10 Oct 2009

AntiVJ create ground breaking live projections on real world canvases. Here they present their latest projects and discuss their work.
Le Donk & Scor-zay-zee

 Le Donk & Scor-zay-zee

Posted on Thu 8 Oct 2009

Actor Paddy Considine and rapper Scorzayzee discuss the making of Le Donk & Scor-zay-zee and take questions from the audience.
Howe Gelb & Maria Mochnacz

 Howe Gelb & Maria Mochnacz

Posted on Thu 24 Sept 2009

Alt-country troubadour Howe Gelb and Bristol based filmmaker Maria Mochnacz in conversation about their music documentary of Gelb’s latest album.

Bristol Stories

Project Ended in July 2009

A creative digital storytelling project giving an insight into the lives of Bristolians and their experience of the city.

STARS

Project Ended in July 2009

A new web tool for discovering and describing connections between Watershed video content and its makers and themes.

Bristol Bhangra Facedances

Project Ended in February 2009

Lively and entertaining video portraits of peoples’ faces filmed whilst listening to Bhangra music.

Nature of Mind

Project Ended in February 2009

Recordings from a Watershed event as part of The Fragmented Orchestra – a geographically distributed performance spanning music, art and science.
Pratfalls, Double Takes and Banana Skins

 Pratfalls, Double Takes and Banana Skins

Posted on Sat 24 Jan 2009

A discussion between master animators Peter Lord, Barry Purves and Richard Williams on the laughter inherent in watching someone fall over!
Paul Merton

 Paul Merton

Posted on Thu 1 Jan 2009

eShed interviews comedian and television presenter Paul Merton on how he got involved in television.
Paddy Considine Interview

 Paddy Considine Interview

Posted on Fri 21 Nov 2008

Paddy Considine, BAFTA-winning short film director and leading British actor, in an on stage interview at Watershed with author Richard T. Kelly.
Esther May Campbell

 Esther May Campbell

Posted on Fri 21 Nov 2008

Award winning writer/director Esther May Campbell discusses her experiences as an emerging filmmaker with Mark Cosgrove, Encounters Festival's Creative Director.