collette

Still from Colette – one of the films dicussed in January's podcast

Cinema Podcast

Monthly cinema podcast with upcoming Watershed highlights

March 2019 Cinema Podcast

Mark Cosgrove (Watershed Cinema Curator) and Tara Judah (Watershed Cinema Producer) share thoughts and insights on photographer turned filmmaker Richard Billingham's superb portrait of deprived 1980s Birmingham family life Ray & Liz; Out of Blue Carol Morley's unmissable adaptation of a Martin Amis novel; plus Swedish outsider, genre defying Border.

In the second half of this extended podcast Mark is joined by Filmic co-curator Phil Johnson to share their highlights from this two month series of films, concerts and live performances and to discuss the what is it that, especially in Bristol, creates such an inextricable bond between film and music.

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February 2019 Cinema Podcast

The focus this month is on filmmaker Barry Jenkins and his captivating new film If Beale Street Could Talk.

Watershed Cinema Producer Tara Judah and Watershed Cinema Curator Mark Cosgrove share their thoughts on what makes Barry Jenkins such a brilliant director and extraordinary visual filmmaker. They also share insight into Jenkins' key influences and his previous work as part of a short accompanying season of films – In The Mood for Barry Jenkins.

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