FILM REVIEW: I, Daniel Blake

Wednesday 7th December 2016

Ken Loach’s I, Daniel Blake is an unmagical mystery tour through the wilfully-labyrinthine world of benefits.
It’s an unsettling game of snakes and … Continue Reading

GALLERY: Illuminate 2016 by Megan Broadmeadow

Friday 25th November 2016

Illuminate: All Things of Nothing
Thursday 24 November
To mark America’s Thanksgiving celebrations, artist Megan Broadmeadow worked with dancers to create a film projected onto the outside of Plymouth … Continue Reading

GALLERY: Preview night of Megan Broadmeadow’s exhibition Astro Raggi

Wednesday 23rd November 2016

A selection of images from the preview evening of artist Megan Broadmeadow’s exhibition Astro Raggi.Astro Raggi is available to view in the Plymouth Arts … Continue Reading

FILM REVIEW: American Honey

Wednesday 23rd November 2016

A review of American Honey from Eve Jones

American Honey is screening in the Plymouth Arts Centre Cinema until Thursday 24th November

American Honey is an indie coming-of-age narrative without the … Continue Reading

FILM REVIEW: My Scientology Movie

Wednesday 23rd November 2016

A review of Louis Theroux: My Scientology Movie

by Nigel Watson

In the opening voice-over, Louis Theroux says he’s always wanted to make a film that takes a positive view of … Continue Reading

Film Preview: My Scientology Movie

Wednesday 16th November 2016

Louis Theroux’s much anticipated My Scientology Movie, is showing at Plymouth Arts Centre cinema from 19 – 23 November. Previewed by Nigel Watson.

Louis Theroux is expert at producing … Continue Reading

FILM REVIEW: Under The Shadow

Wednesday 16th November 2016

Under The Shadow is in the cinema from 11th – 17th November

Throughout the years the Horror genre has gone through various cycles. … Continue Reading

Film Review: Café Society

Wednesday 12th October 2016

Café Society screened in the Plymouth Arts Centre from 7th-13th October.

A new film by Woody Allen comes loaded with expectation; and Cafe Society is no exception. A period piece set … Continue Reading

Film Review: Born To Be Blue

Friday 7th October 2016

Born To Be Blue screened in the Plymouth Arts Centre from 30th Sept– 08 Oct 2016.

Music biopics can often be a mixed bag. Whilst they are almost always entertaining only a … Continue Reading

Film Review: Weiner-Dog

Thursday 29th September 2016

Film Review: Weiner-Dog

Weiner-Dog screened in the Plymouth Arts Centre from 20th – 22nd September.

Since streaming services became available and more widely used, … Continue Reading

Film Review: The Wave

Wednesday 28th September 2016

The Wave – a review from Helen Tope

The Wave is screening in the Plymouth Arts Centre cinema until the 29th September.

The Wave can claim the unique honour of being “Norway’s … Continue Reading

REVIEW: The Big Lebowski, Open Air Cinema

Wednesday 28th September 2016

The Big Lewbowski – Open Air Cinema

A review from Ieuan Jones

Well it’s a sunny, balmy Thursday night, not unlike the sun as it sets over the old West in LA where … Continue Reading

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