Turksib, a masterpiece of Soviet cinema described as “greater than Battleship Potemkin”.
BEAM Live, a brand new experimental music and art night at Watershed on Thu 29 March. Three of Bristol’s internationally acclaimed talents – DJs Scott Hendy and Cheeba and street artist Inkie – will combine forces to create a truly unique Bristol take on the classic song Windmills of Your Mind.
The Artist.Over 13,000 of you have been to see it here at Watershed, making Michel Hazanavicius' multiple award-winner our most successful film ever (we're thirty years young in June with some 7500 films under our belt, so it's certainly no mean feat). Why has it been so popular? We sat down with Head of Programme Mark Cosgrove to discuss why this joyous silent movie has made such a big noise.
British Council we are bringing ten leading international artists from across East Asia and the UK to spend next week (20-24 Feb) working together in the Pervasive Media Studio using the theme of the ‘playable city’.These talented artists will spend the week sharing their ideas and thinking to experiment and prototype playful interventions - using creative technologies to rethink the public space around Watershed and the Harbourside.
Future Producers – our new development project for 18 – 25 year olds – a unique opportunity to get a foot in the door in the creative industries right here at Watershed. We are looking to recruit a group of talented young people, committed to creativity and to making things happen.
The Night Of The Hunter, one of cinema's bonafide masterworks. A failure on its initial release, only in recent years has it finally achieved the masterpiece status it so overwhelmingly deserves - and this is an extremely rare chance to see it in all of its cinematic glory.