We are delighted to be working with Bristol Health Partners for the first time on this new season exploring Psychosis on Screen, to mark the launch of a new team that will help improve the lives of people who experience psychosis in Bristol.
Struggling to come up with an idea for DepicT!? Find some insight and inspiration by checking out our interview with DepicT! '15 winner Karim Soussi who picked up both the Audience and Main DepicT! awards in last years competition.
Mark Cosgrove, Watershed's Cinema Curator, was recently invited by the BFI to curate a playlist for BFI Player, the BFI's video-on-demand service that ofers a mix of free and paid films. His collection has just gone live and we'd love to hear your thoughts on it.
June is almost upon us - and with it a trio of documentaries with a focus on current issues and working class champions, from director Ken Loach (Versus: The Life and Films of Ken Loach), the migrant crisis (Fire at Sea) to Michael Moore journeying to Europe to 'steal' our best ideas and bring them back to America (Where to Invade Next).
2015 Winner Rosa Fisher discusses all things DepicT! and reveals her top tips for this year’s filmmakers
With the Mon 4 July deadline for entries to this year’s DepicT! – Watershed’s super short film competition – beginning to loom on the cinematic horizon, we decided to catch up with director Rosa Fisher, one of last year’s DepicT! winners, to get her insights into what it takes to be successful DepicT! filmmaker.
Watershed and partners South West Silents and 20th Century Flicks invite you to join in the inaugural Cinema Rediscovered (Thu 28 - Sun 31 July 2016), a new major international archive film event that will celebrate cinema-going, giving audiences an opportunity to discover - or indeed re-discover - new digital restorations, film print rarities of early cinema, and contemporary classics on the big screen.
Artist Sabrina Shirazi has just been announced as winner of Watershed’s first ever Food Residency in partnership with At-Bristol. Sabrina will develop OPUS, a new performance event that will unite sound, image and taste in a delicious fusion of music, performance and – of course – food.
The blistering Oscar®-winning Holocaust drama Son of Saul opens at the end of the month. Our Cinema Curator Mark Cosgrove saw it in Cannes last year, and here writes a bit more about the film, and the morality of the choices inherent in making films that portray human atrocities.