Watershed is delighted to be a part of the new South West Creative Technology Network, a regional consortium which aims to drive digital innovation in the South West.
Cinema Rediscovered returns for a third edition between Thu 26 - Sun 29 July 2018, bringing the best digital restorations, contemporary classics and film print rarities back where they belong - on the big screen with support from the BFI awarding funds from The National Lottery.
Submissions are now open for Depict 2018 – our ultra-short film competition that asks filmmakers from around the world to create an original short film under 90 seconds long. Committed to uncovering emerging filmmaking talent, we’re looking for your mini-masterpieces to be in with a chance of being selected for this year’s shortlist.
We are delighted to unveil Stop, Smile, Stroll – the winning commission of the 2016 international Playable City Award, created by UK based design and technology consultancy Hirsch & Mann, which will transform the everyday pedestrian crossing experience into a 30-second party.
Over one weekend in March Smart Internet Lab at the University of Bristol and Watershed invite audiences to experience the extraordinary possibilities of 5G, the next generation of smart internet connectivity.
We’ve been genuinely struck by the creative ideas of our artists in residence over the past year. With themes of climate change, communication, Brexit, identity, food futures and LGBTQ histories, research has spanned many concerns. Hosted within the Pervasive Media Studio, the artists have pushed themselves and their practice. So what have they been up to?
Clare Reddington, Watershed’s Creative Director, has been nominated for a WOW - Women in Creative Industries Award 2018, alongside fellow nominees such as Imogen Heap and FKA Twigs, for her contribution to Bristol’s culture.
Exploring what difference 5G might make to culture, society and the economy