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Activity highlights

Although the Watershed building may be closed we are still sharing different ways for you all to enjoy and experience highlights from across our activity - cinema, creative tech, the Pervasive Media Studio, Rife Magazine and many more Watershed projects.

A Strange New Space

Watershed Recommends Week 15
A Strange New Space
Streaming now
Streaming
Studio resident Tessa Bide's award-winning solo production brings one small child's space journey to life using hand-made puppets, physical theatre and original music.

A White, White Day

 Classified 15  S   Watershed Recommends Week 15
A White White Day
Streaming now
Streaming
In a remote Icelandic town, an off-duty police chief begins to suspect a local man of having had an affair with his late wife, who died in a tragic accident two years earlier. Gradually his obsession for finding out the truth accumulates and inevitably begins to endanger himself and his loved ones.

Family Romance, LLC

 Classified CTBA  S   Watershed Recommends Week 15
Family Romance, LLC
Streaming now
Streaming
The latest from director Werner Herzog (it's been described as his 'strangest movie in years' so that's saying something) is a self-financed micro-budget feature about Japan's unique 'rent-a-family' industry.

July 2020 Cinema Podcast

Watershed Recommends Week 15
July 2020 Cinema Podcast
Length: 12m 27s
Podcast
Mark Cosgrove, Watershed Cinema Curator, looks forward to welcoming audiences back to Watershed Cinemas in September and highlights two films to look out for online this month.
rife article
Rife Magazine's Hannah tells us what it can be like to have a disorder that’s often hidden in plain sight.

Lunchtime Talk: Dreaming Future Places

Watershed Recommends Week 16
Lunchtime Talk: Creative Tools for Dreaming Better Places
Streaming on Fri 10 Jul at 13:00
Live stream
In this Lunchtime Talk, Jess and Paul from Uninvited Guests will introduce their AR projects Billennium & Future Places Toolkit nand discuss whether creative tech and sci-fi storytelling can inspire people to imagine better futures for their places.
July 2020 Cinema Podcast

July 2020 Cinema Podcast

Mark Cosgrove, Watershed Cinema Curator, looks forward to welcoming audiences back to Watershed Cinemas in September and highlights two films to look out for online this month.

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