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 Reclaim The Frame project at Plymouth Arts Centre is offering up some great events. The latest is with Pin Cushion director Deborah Haywood, plus others for a Q&A after the film, and a workshop before it. Here are the deets…
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
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.
Devon, Devon’s answer to ComicCon is back on Star Wars Day (May 4), which will include a special tag team event with the Plymouth Wrestling Association (PWA) at Plymouth Guildhall.