Cinema 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.
Watershed and the British Council are delighted to announce the two UK creatives who won the Playable City Tokyo 2018 open call to travel to Tokyo for a two-stage residency in June and September - Bristol-based designer Tom Metcalfe and London play scholar, Sophie Sampson.
In May 2018, Watershed’s latest Artists in Residence Action Hero, set off from Bristol on a six month journey across Europe. In a motorhome housing a recording studio, they are currently travelling over 30,000km, recording songs of love, hope, heartbreak, loss and desire, sung by the people they meet.
We are delighted to announce two major focuses at Cinema Rediscovered - Reframing the Archive and Restored & Rediscovered including brand new restorations of Maurice, The Apartment and Le Crime de Monsieur Lange, Aardman’s earliest films Animated Conversations and Conversation Pieces plus a 20th anniversary launch preview of The Big Lebowski.
Cinema Rediscovered returns to Bristol for its third edition, Thu 26 - Sun 29 July, bringing the best in digital restorations, contemporary classics and film print rarities back where they belong on the big screen, with support from BFI awarding funds from National Lottery.
Help us to raise Deaf Awareness not just this week but every day – here at Watershed we've made a few short films that may help.