Consider Serving Your CommunityLou Lynn: Portrait of an Governor’s General Award Winning ArtistTouchstones “Missing Voices” Video Series LaunchedCapturing Art and History – Japanese InternmentANKORS Mural Project
Consider Serving Your Community
Lou Lynn: Portrait of an Governor’s General Award Winning Artist
Touchstones “Missing Voices” Video Series Launched
Capturing Art and History – Japanese Internment
ANKORS Mural Project

Recent Posts

  • Wrap Around Care for Kids

    Wrap Around Care for Kids

    Did you know that there is a rural specific model for reporting child abuse? Check out this informational animation Watershed Productions created for the Safe Kids and Youth Coordinated Response Team here in the Kootenays. Everyone that works behind the scenes of this program is a hero! Sydney Black and Lucas Myers are your lovely… More »

  • Consider Serving Your Community

    Consider Serving Your Community

    If they are doing their job, this series made for Kootenay Boundary Community Services Cooperative should inspire you to volunteer for your favourite non-profit in our beautiful region.Videos feature the work of FreedomQuest, Kutenai Art Therapy Institute, Kootenay Family Place, Nelson Community Services, North Kootenay Lake Community Services Society and Nelson CARES.Special thanks to Kathy… More »

  • Touchstones “Missing Voices” Video Series Launched

    Touchstones “Missing Voices” Video Series Launched

    “History is not there for you to like or dislike it. It is there for you to learn from it. And if it offends you, even better. Because then you are less likely to repeat it. It’s not yours to erase… it belongs to all of us.” ‘Missing Voices’ is a new video series we… More »

  • Capturing Art and History – Japanese Internment

    Capturing Art and History – Japanese Internment

    The Capturing Art and History program is an ongoing documentary filmmaking project which documents the diversity of local cultural, social and environmental histories and the beauty of artistic practice in the region. In this short film Miyo Mori tells her story about her family’s internment in the Slocan Valley and the decades that followed. Directed… More »

  • ANKORS Mural Project

    ANKORS Mural Project

    This video from ANKORS produced by Watershed Productions delves into how the new murals in the Overdose Prevention site were created. Local artists Kelly Shpeley and Indica are interviewed about their work and Vera Horsman, the OPS Coordinator, speaks to the OPS as a community hub. We hear about how the OPS works within the… More »

Upcoming Events

  • Lou Lynn: Portrait of an Governor’s General Award Winning Artist

    Lou Lynn: Portrait of an Governor’s General Award Winning Artist

    Time to get up and give a warm standing ovation for Lou Lynn – winner of the Governor’s General Award in Visual and Media Arts for 2021. A true master at her craft; Lou’s precision, focus, professionalism, originality and kindness are embodied by her work and her way of being. I considered myself lucky as… More »

  • Nelson’s Drive In Theatre

    Nelson’s Drive In Theatre

    Check out the video of the first pop up drive in theatre organized by Nelson’s Civic Theatre and the Kootenay Coop Radio. https://bit.ly/2BCqSmp

  • Only in Nelson Broadcast Premiere May 26th

    Only in Nelson Broadcast Premiere May 26th

    Watershed Productions is premiering the new feature documentary film Only In Nelson on Knowledge Network on May 26th.  “Two years ago I was pitching Knowledge’s Director of Original Content on a documentary that delved into the countless subcultures just under the surface of this beautiful mountain city.” Explains Amy Bohigian, Director and Producer of the film. “What… More »

  • Impact Docs Award

    Impact Docs Award

    Watershed Productions latest documentary film, Only in Nelson, received an Award of Excellence from the Impact Docs Awards International Competition. We are in fine company. Check out the website: https://impactdocsawards.com

  • Voices of Nelson

    Voices of Nelson

    We’ve been to Whitewater in the Winter, Pulpit in the Spring and downtown in the alleys of Nelson in the summer for the production of ‘Voices of Nelson.’ A collaboration with Touchstones Nelson, this interactive project seeks to create a living history of Nelson, documenting who lives here today and why, exploring our identity as… More »