A rare Walt Disney collection of original animation drawings on celluloid has been donated to the Bill Douglas Centre for the History of Cinema and Popular Culture, at Exeter University. Plus, there’s a free talk from a man who knew Disney himself, on Friday, May 29 at 11am.
Chris Southern of Plymouth filmmakers GET Crucial offers some valuable advice for up and coming creatives as we chat movies and more
Anna Navas, the Plymouth Arts Centre film programmer, will present the screening of the legendary Bicycle Thieves at the arts centre cinema on Tuesday, February 24. The film’s no a laugh riot, with the feeling that no matter how hard you try there is no escape from the daily grind of existence (some things never […]
Klaatu Barrada Nikto, might be something you’d expect John Cleese to have said back in his Python days. But the catchphase (!) is one that made the The Day the Earth Stood Still famous (or was it the other way round), and Sir Cleese (surely he’s been Knighted by now) plays Dr Barnhardt in the […]