Two groups of fledgling filmmakers from Exeter and Newton Abbot have been awarded a bunch of cash to produce short digital films alongside proper professional filmmakers, thanks to First Light Movies.
Much has been made of the autobiographical nature of Pedro Almodovar’s Volver (that’s boll-bear to you), and that’s always been the way whether it’s in the drug-fuelled sexuality of Pepi, Luci, Bon, or the voyage around his childhood of Bad Education.
Follow the main cinema links for dates, times and matinee screenings. Follow the title links for movie details, friendship and maybe more. PLYMOUTH ARTS CENTRE Stray Dogs (12A) Kids try to get themselves arrested so they can join their mum in chokey. Keane (15) Not, as you might expect, a drama about fat-faced, piano-lovin’ balladeers, […]
Artists Vicky Smith and Bridgette Ashton, together with two other lucky chappies from across D+C (yup, that stands for Devon and Cornwall, ya dunderheads), have won free use of facilities at Plymouth College of Art and Design to develop their work this month.
Follow the main cinema links for dates, times and matinee screenings. Follow the title links for movie details, friendship and maybe more. PLYMOUTH ARTS CENTRE History Boys (15) Teacher encourages lads to ditch full-time education and have lots of gay sex. Be warned though – by following that course of action you’ll inevitably end up […]