Cultural cinema, talent development and creative technology in Bristol
Making Mechanical Techno
For this special talk we are joined by Submerge Festival Performer and Artist, Graham Dunning. Dunning will present and demo his latest work, Mechanical Techno, with an opportunity to interact with the demo afterwards.
In this month's podcast Watershed's Cinema Curator Mark Cosgrove and Cinema Producer Tara Judah share their thoughts on Richard Billingham's Ray & Liz and Carol Morley's Out of Blue, and are joined by Phil Johnson, Senior Programmer at St George's Bristol, to discuss the highlights from Filmic19, our series exploring the creative connections across film and music.
Boys Like Us: a journey through identity and self-discovery
Rife Magazine's weekly highlight...
Check out Rife Journalist and filmmaker Mikael Techane’s debut short film ‘Boys Like Us’ - an affecting reflection on the pains of growing up.
Join us throughout March and April as we celebrate the creative connections between film and music with screenings, concerts and special events at Watershed, St George’s Bristol and Colston Hall.
Oscar®-winning director Asghar Farhadi (A Separation, The Salesman) returns with his starriest cast yet (including Javier Bardem, Penélope Cruz, and Ricardo Darín) in this engrossing Spanish-set mystery thriller.
The Hole in the Ground
Things go bump in the night and then some in this clanking, crashing, screeching Irish horror about a woman whose son’s behaviour unnervingly alters after finding a sinkhole in the forest near their house.
Can You Ever Forgive Me?
Oscar nominee Melissa McCarthy forges a magnificent performance in this shaggy, melancholic true story of the best-selling celebrity biographer Lee Israel, who found an unlikely new source of income as a literary forger.
Director Samuel Maoz (Lebanon) inspects the bitter absurdities of war and the impact it has on people with this intelligent dark comedy about a troubled family who are forced to confront difficult truths when they receive shocking news from their son's military post.
Winner of the Grand Jury Prize at Cannes (and recently nominated for Best Foreign Film at the Oscars®), this heartbreaking and defiant film tells the story of a poverty stricken Lebanese boy who sues his parents for the crime of giving him life.
Charlotte Rampling gives a masterclass in the art of acting in this Belgium set drama as a woman whose identity crumbles after her husband is arrested and imprisoned.