Plymouth Arts Centre cinema is reborn in the new location of Plymouth College of Art in what is nothing more than a little miracle.[Read more…] about A little miracle: Plymouth Arts Centre indie cinema reborn
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Plymouth Arts Centre has announced its annual programme of Open Air Cinema, at some of the UK’s most spectacular outdoor cinema locations.
Plymouth Arts Centre is looking to bring its cinema alive with the provision of a live satellite link to live performances.
What’s your favourite cinema in Devon and Cornwall? Here’s Nick Ingram’s review of the Plymouth Arts Centre
November and December at Plymouth Arts Centre, Looe Street, Plymouth, has brought a cornucopia of delights from their film programme. We’ve watched Jean-Paul Belmondo and Anna Karina in Jean-Luc Godard’s Pierrot Le Fou. Heath Ledger has given his final act in Terry Gilliam’s The Imaginarium Of Dr Parnassus. Julie & Julia, sees Meryl Streep playing Julia Child as she finds her inner French cook (even though it is worth noting that Elizabeth David was a far better food writer then Child was any day of the week).
Plymouth Arts Cinema is working with Plymouth City Council to present a series of films over the next 12 months to raise awareness of the great work that co-operatives do. Plymouth City Council wants to double the size of the co-operative economy in the city by 2025.[Read more…] about Classic films support Co-operative push in Plymouth
Woo-hoo Birds’ Eye View’s Reclaim The Frame is back and it has extended its reach beyond (the new) Plymouth Arts Centre cinema. The next instalment of the initiative is an event screening of The Kindergarten Teacher, starring Maggie Gyllenhall.[Read more…] about Reclaim The Frame now in Exeter as well as Plymouth!
The Plymouth Arts Centre screen was the only independent cinema in the biggest city in the South West. It closed at the start of December. But dry your eyes, there’s still work to be done! To help its phoenix-like rebirth at Plymouth College of Art they’ve set up a crowdfunder. And they need your help…[Read more…] about Independent cinema in Plymouth needs your support
Zombies combined with students seems a heady mix, then add in a top notch director and team with some fresh talent and you’ve got a brew that will knock you for six. That’s exactly what director Chee Keong Cheung has done as his Redcon-1 zombie flick stomps into cinemas. Chee has been working with Plymouth College of Arts students. And Redcon-1 gets a couple of special screenings in Plymouth – one with an ace and informative Q&A.[Read more…] about Zombie-infested UK comes to Plymouth | Redcon-1 screenings plus Q&A
Dark psychological thriller Winter Ridge was filmed on the dark and psychological parts of Exmoor. And if you’re wondering where those dark and psychological film sensibilities were honed look no further up country than Plymouth (it seems obvious when you say it).[Read more…] about Plymouth old boy Q&A as his film Winter Ridge hits cinemas
Plymouth Arts Centre has announced the films that will be shown this summer, at the spectacular waterside venues of Tinside Lido, Mount Edgcumbe and Royal William Yard.
Summer cinema in the city is something to look forward to, plan for and organise. Especially when you can combine the cinematic offerings with some great, dare we say iconic -yes we dare! -locations. Plymouth’s Open Air cinema is returning to its cool waterside locations of Tinside Lido, Mount Edgcumbe and Royal William Yard this summer. Here are the dates, and a little history
Plymouth Arts Centre is hosting Rebel Film Festival, formerly Plymouth Film Festival, for the fifth year running. The event encompasses an eclectic mix of world-class short films, special feature screenings, and inspiring Q&As with special guests.
The Peninsula Arts Film Commission 2018 panel has announced three practitioners from the South West of England as this year’s winners.
The Clay Factory in Ivybridge has teamed up with Cinema For All to provide equipment for community cinema events throughout Devon and Cornwall. The launch will be celebrated with a free screening of The Florida Project. But how did it all start and what can you do to put on your own event? We caught up with Damon Foster of The Clay Factory and Jay Platt of Cinema For All to find out more
‘Our January-February cinema programme is our most @F__Rating packed yet!’ Tweeted Plymouth Arts Centre, which is also offering a discount to promote its fab F-Rated programme.
“We believe that young people are the future… of film,” croon those tuneful buffs at Plymouth Arts Centre, but the words don’t stop there.
A series of controversial films which were either banned or heavily censored on their release are to be shown during Peninsula Arts’ autumn season, which carries the theme of ‘revolution’.
This year’s Film London Jarman Award tour will see the best in contemporary artists’ filmmaking taken to venues across the UK from 30 September -19 November, including screenings at Plymouth and Exeter.
Plymouth entertainers and businesses join forces for an extra special Open Air Cinema season Plymouth Arts Centre looks forward to a programme of talks, dancing, and good old fashioned dressing up as it gears up for its Open Air Cinema, soon to take place at the waterfront landmarks of Mount Edgcumbe, Tinside Lido and Royal William Yard.
Plymouth College of Art has appointed BBC Producer/Director Hannah Mattison as a Lecturer on the college’s recently launched BA (Hons) Contemporary Media Practice degree.
Speaking of her new appointment, Hannah told D&CFilm: ‘I am really excited about joining the team at Plymouth College of Art. I’d already had a taste of the dynamic atmosphere at the college whilst on an evening course a few years ago, so when this opportunity arose, I was keen to become part of such an incredibly creative environment.’[Read more…] about Plymouth College of Art appoints the BBC’s Hannah Mattison
The Plymouth Film Festival has created a buzz of satisfaction around it for South West filmmakers, and it’s making its return to the Plymouth Arts Centre for its fourth year.
Federico Fellini’s 8½ is an eye-popping jamboree of creative crisis, and you can catch the influential masterpiece in a special screening at Plymouth University with a introduction from Dr PÃ©ter Bokody, Lecturer in Art History at the uni.
Film director Ben Wheatley will visit Plymouth Arts Centre on January 26 to introduce his all-guns-blazing bullet opera Free Fire and will run an audience Q&A after the film.
Two award-winning artists have been presented with the opportunity to portray their take on our changing understanding of history on film.
The Mother’s Bones, a film set on the Lizard Peninsula, by Cornwall-based artist Abigail Reynolds, will show at Plymouth Arts Centre this November as part of the Gallery in the Cinema programme of artist’s film.