Posted on Wed 10 Jan 2018Surreal musical journey, Fantasynth wins inaugural virtual reality arts award. Fantasynth’s success at virtual reality arts festival Limina VR Weekender highlights the creative potential of musical VR.
Posted on Tue 9 Jan 2018Imagine if the stars shone just for you... Watershed and Smart Oxford presents the first Smart Oxford Playable City Commission, Star Light, Star Bright from winners Hellion Trace (formerly Guerilla Dance Project).
Posted on Wed 20 Dec 2017Navigate through Bristol’s LGBTQ+ history; discover people of the African diaspora who are accomplishing amazing things; meet satirical home appliances that expose the impact of social media; and experience performance that brings equality to deaf and hearing audiences - these are the remarkable ideas being explored by our New Talent Residents, who begin their journey with us in January.
Posted on Thu 14 Dec 2017Cinema Rediscovered returns in 2018 for a third edition, bringing the finest digital restorations, contemporary classics and film print rarities back where they belong, on the big screen at cinemas including Watershed and Clevedon’s Curzon Cinema & Arts.
Posted on Mon 4 Dec 2017We celebrate and champion the diversity of world cinema and make film culture inclusive and accessible for all.
Posted on Mon 27 Nov 2017Bristol City Council announces its proposed Cultural Investment Funding for 2018
Posted on Fri 24 Nov 2017Forget the excesses and consumerism of Black Friday and Cyber Monday – Tue 28 Nov is #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving, the perfect antidote to the two biggest shopping days of the year.
Posted on Thu 16 Nov 2017Watershed team up with Pervasive Media Studio residents, Limina Immersive, for the Limina VR Weekender: a weekend of creative virtual reality sessions from Fri 1 to Sun 3 Dec.
Posted on Wed 15 Nov 2017We are delighted to warmly congratulate Pervasive Media Studio resident Tim X Atack on winning the 2017 Bruntwood Prize award for his play Heartworm. Tim X Atack is a Bristol-based award-winning writer, composer and sound designer for stage and screen. His previous plays have already been met with great acclaim, a number having been adapted for BBC Radio.
Posted on Wed 1 Nov 2017Great news – we are proud that Bristol has been named UNESCO City of Film, a global recognition of the city’s outstanding contribution to film culture and creativity.