Our #GivingTuesday prize winner, Gill Roberts, invited 100 of her friends and family to join her for a private screening of a film of her choice here at Watershed – the groundbreaking 1954 musical Carmen Jones.
The Watershed and Playable City team are currently in Lagos, Nigeria, for a ten day sprint that brings together a group of brilliant creative practitioners from Lagos and the UK to exchange ideas and develop new works that respond to the theme of the Playable City. Catch their updates here...
You think you know horror? Two new films from debut directors are released this month – Goodnight Mommy and The Witch – are continuing to defy the conventions of the genre, going way beyond straightforward shocks to deliver visceral, experimental (and proudly independent) scares.
Our annual celebration of all things ‘Filmic’ returns with gigs and screenings that highlight the symbiotic relationship between music and the moving image. This is not simply in the ways in which they are used together, but also how each one can inspire the other. This is music for the movie in your mind, or the soundtrack in your head. This year we focus largely on ideas of technology in sound and vision.