A combo between the BFI and Plymouth College of Art means filmmakers aged 16 to 19 across the South West can get 70 hours of intensive filmmaking education for just £25 a pop. It sounds a great opportunity. Read on for more….
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Budding filmmakers across Plymouth and the South West will have the chance to learn from industry-leading figures in a new intensive short course designed to provide young artists with practical skills and confidence in creating moving image, thanks to a partnership between Plymouth College of Art and the British Film Institute (BFI).
Plymouth College of Art got in touch with a couple of filmmakers to watch out for, and after seeing some samples of their work, we’re all tingly too. Especially as it comes hot on the heels after the exciting and inspirational Plymouth Film Fest, with the English Riviera Film Fest just a hop-skip-and-a-jump away.
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 Gallery at Plymouth College of Art and LUX, the national agency that supports and promotes artists working with moving image, have worked in collaboration to present This is Now: Film and Video After Punk, an exhibition that looks at artists’ film and video from the post-punk era in the UK (1978â€“85).
Plymouth College of Art has appointed Spanish-born filmmaker Pedro Valiente as Programme Leader for its new BA (Hons) Contemporary Media Practice degree. The hands-on programme welcomes its first intake of new students to the college this month, focussing on audiovisual creativity and production, ranging from new media, television and film, to the performing and visual arts, designed to prime a new generation of media professionals and artists to meet the growing international need for innovative productions.
With the intriguing title Guilty pleasures: Chinese cinema, the cinema of the East will get an exciting airing at Plymouth College of Art.
Shot on a shoe-string, and creating a bit of stir on its release, the feature-length independent film about typography, graphic design and global visual culture â€“ Helvetica -is getting an airing at Plymouth College of Art.
Plymouth College of Art has announced that BA (Hons) Film Arts graduates Alex Blackwood has won a Royal Television Society (RTS) Devon and Cornwall Centre 2011 Student Award in the Fiction category for his film Grade.
Due to unforeseen circustance the Plymouth College of Art Student Shorts Raindance Plymouth Premiere, which we reported on, has been postponed due to unforseen circumstances. We will keep you up with any developments and the rescheduled screening, which is due to take place now in 2011.
After the resounding success of the Plymouth College of Art Film Arts Student Screening at the 18th Raindance Film Festival, there will be the Plymouth Premiere of the Plymouth College of Art Student Shorts at the college on Thursday, December 16 at 6pm.
Plymouth College of Art film department has been developing a relationship with Raindance Film Training and as a result students from the Film Arts Degree programme will showcase their work at the international film festival, Raindance, on October 2 at the Apollo Theatre, London.
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
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
The Moment, a Plymouth-based creative studio, has created and produced an animated film which is featuring on the BBC Ideas website.[Read more…] about Plymouth studio The Moment creates animated film for the BBC
The Plymouth College of Art Pre-Degree Show, featuring work by graduating Pre-Degree (A-Level equivalent) students aged 16 to 19, taking place this week, is free and open to members of the public in the college’s Palace Court campus, on Buckwell Street.
Getting industry experience in film is key -like duh -so it’s great to hear when educational establishments help facilitate exactly that. Here’s a story about film students from Plymouth College of Art getting wild work ops on Dartmoor with a top, top agency.
The Peninsula Arts Film Commission 2018 panel has announced three practitioners from the South West of England as this year’s winners.
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 Arts Centre has announced its annual programme of Open Air Cinema, at some of the UK’s most spectacular outdoor cinema locations.
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.
A film inspired by folklore and an abandoned hovel in North Devon has been selected as the winner of an inaugural film competition.
The continued success of the Plymouth Film Festival has inspired its directors, William Jenkins and Ben Hancock, to once again scale up the event by adding an additional day of fun and film to the schedule along with an extra screen. The festival will once again be based at the Plymouth Arts Centre, but is also planning additional venues, in partnership with Affinity With Plymouth University, to host the increasingly popular film-based workshops.