Please note: This event took place in July 2018
Join us for the third edition of Cinema Rediscovered - a chance to discover some of the finest new digital restorations, contemporary classics and film print rarities from across the globe where they were meant to be experienced - on the big screen.
Watershed is the regional Hub Lead Organisation for the BFI’s Film Audience Network initiative to develop audiences for a broader range of film. We work with cinemas, film exhibitors and distributors across the South West to promote great British and international independent cinema.
Depict, Watershed’s short filmmaking competition, has been challenging filmmakers since 1998 to make 90-second mini movie masterpieces.
Talks and interviews recorded as part of our annual Filmic programme, exploring the enduring relationship between music and moving image.
Thu 27 - Sun 30 July 2017
Join us for the second edition of Cinema Rediscovered - a chance to discover some of the finest new digital restorations, contemporary classics and film print rarities from across the globe where they were meant to be experienced - on the big screen.
Ended in June 2015
Opening up issues, debates and discussion through film.
Ended in October 2011
Celebrating the 100 year anniversary of the birth of Canadian academic and thinker, Marshall McLuhan – a season of seminars, special events, and screenings, and a dedicated website containing articles, interviews, films, and resources.
Ended in October 2011
A collection of panel discussions exploring the relevance of McLuhan's ideas to the modern world as we now know it.
Ended in June 2011
A series of talks, articles, and interviews celebrating the work of composer Bernard Herrmann, of Psycho, Vertigo and Taxi Driver fame.
Ended in December 2010
A year-long season of events reflecting on cinema from 2000-09 and the films that began to define a new century of cinema.
Ended in July 2010
In 2010 Watershed celebrated the work of French director, Claire Denis, with a retrospective marking the release of her feature, 'White Material'.
Ended in October 2008
In 2008 Watershed celebrated the work of Austrian director, writer, and producer Ulrich Seidl with this microsite.