Film Review: The Revenant

Tuesday 29th March 2016

The Revenant is showing at Plymouth Arts Centre Cinema from 25 – 31 March. 

The Revenant is a relentless piece of filmmaking. Partly based on the true events of … Continue Reading

Film Review: Freeheld

Tuesday 29th March 2016

Freeheld is in the cinema at Plymouth Arts Centre from 25 – 31 March.

Before watching Freeheld I hadn’t heard of Laurel Hester and Stacie Andree’s story – but … Continue Reading

Film Review: A Bigger Splash

Tuesday 22nd March 2016

A Bigger Splash is showing at Plymouth Arts Centre from 18 – 24 March, with a Bringing in Baby screening on the 24th. 

Taking its title from the 1967 … Continue Reading

Film Review: Spotlight

Tuesday 15th March 2016

Spotlight is showing at Plymouth Arts Centre Cinema from 11 – 17 March. 

Two weeks ago, Spotlight was crowned the winner of the Best Picture award at the Oscars. … Continue Reading

Art Review: The First Humans

Wednesday 9th March 2016

‘The First Humans’ explores themes of pre-history, evolution and sci-fi imaginings of early man. Curated by Angela Kingston and organised by The Pump House Gallery in collaboration with Plymouth Arts … Continue Reading

On Placement: Working with Artist’s Film

Tuesday 8th March 2016

I am a mature student doing a BA in Fine Arts at the University of Plymouth. Before I started my degree I … Continue Reading

Film Review: Trumbo

Tuesday 8th March 2016

Trumbo is in the cinema at Plymouth Arts Centre from 11 – 17 March

Trumbo tells the life-story of Hollywood screenwriter Dalton Trumbo, who at the height of his … Continue Reading

Film Review: Gueros

Tuesday 1st March 2016

Gueros is in the cinema at Plymouth Arts Centre from 26 Feb – 3 March.

Gueros is, to put it simply, a stylish black-and-white Mexican road movie; the debut … Continue Reading

On Placement: Curating The First Humans Exhibition

Tuesday 23rd February 2016

Placement student Rose Hellyar worked at Plymouth Arts Centre on the curation of The First Humans exhibition. This is her account of her time with us.

Curated by Angela Kingston, in … Continue Reading

Film Review: Hector

Tuesday 16th February 2016

In the cinema at Plymouth Arts Centre from 19 – 25 Feb.

The story of Hector is one that isn’t actually too unfamiliar. In Plymouth alone there are 250 beds … Continue Reading

Film Review: Room

Tuesday 9th February 2016
Nominated for 4 Oscars including Best Picture, Room is a cinematic and moving experience that muses on life in captivity, the resilience of young minds and the bonds of parenthood. It’s … Continue Reading

BAFTAs 2016 Predictions

Tuesday 9th February 2016

With awards season now in full swing, here are our writer Helen Tope’s hopes and predictions for the 2016 BAFTA Awards. The winners will be announced on Sunday 14 February 2016. Watch … Continue Reading

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