Thea Berry

Thea Berry

Cinema Producer

Thea joined the Cinema team in July 2019 as Watershed’s Cinema Producer (Maternity Cover). Prior to that she was on placement at Watershed throughout 2018 whilst studying for an MA in Curation at University of West of England.

Thea's main points of interest are Feminist Curating, Latin American Cinema and anything John Waters related.


Artists in the Cinema 2020
Posted on Tue 25 Feb 2020 by Thea Berry
After a brief encounter with last year’s stunning ‘Projections’ programme, Watershed’s Cinema Producer, Thea Berry, is delighted to be welcoming back another collection of striking and thought-provoking short artists’ moving image films.
Posted on Wed 31 July 2019 by Thea Berry
Isabella Eklöf’s directorial debut caused more than a stir on the festival circuit in 2018 due to the frank portrayals of violence. Rather than being viewed as gratuitous - a word so often associated with on-screen violence - Eklöf is demanding the audience connect with what they already know but choose to ignore, writes Watershed Cinema Producer, Thea Berry.
Glinda the Good Witch, The Wizard of Oz
Posted on Thu 4 Oct 2018 by Thea Berry
Once banished to woods, caves and deserted islands, witches have made a comeback to mainstream popular culture. Thea Berry, UWE's MA Curating student based at Watershed this year, has curated a wicked season of films exploring and reclaiming the role of the witch in film.
Something Must Break
Posted on Tue 24 July 2018 by Thea Berry
Defying gender norms and refusing labels, Something Must Break is an intimate and energetic picture of people looking for who they can be and are allowed to be, Watershed's MA Curation student Thea Berry writes.
A Moving Image
Posted on Wed 18 July 2018 by Thea Berry
A Moving Image is the commendably ambitious and partly crowd-funded feature debut by writer-director Shola Amoo. Hailed by The Observer’s Wendy Ide as “a distinctive and bold new voice in British cinema”, the docu-drama addresses the thorny subject of South London's gentrification, Watershed's MA Curation student Thea Berry writes.