Film Review: Crimson Peak

Wednesday 25th November 2015

Crimson Peak is showing at Plymouth Arts Centre from 20 – 26 November.

Guillermo del Toro is arguably the greatest visionary director working in Hollywood today – and Crimson Peak … Continue Reading

Film Review: Spectre

Tuesday 24th November 2015

Spectre is showing in Plymouth Arts Centre cinema from 27 Nov – 3 Dec.

Bond has survived all attempts on his life by the world’s most determined assassins; he’s walked … Continue Reading

Film Review: The Lobster

Tuesday 17th November 2015

The Lobster is playing at Plymouth Arts Centre until 19 November.

“Which animal would you like to be turned into should you not manage to find a partner?” is … Continue Reading

Film Review: Macbeth

Wednesday 4th November 2015

Macbeth is playing at Plymouth Arts Centre from 30 Oct – 5 Nov

A play steeped in dark, pernicious forces, ‘Macbeth’ presents a unique challenge to the film-maker. With … Continue Reading

Art Review: Plymouth Art Weekender

Tuesday 27th October 2015

Plymouth Art Weekender was an ambitious three day event taking place across the city on 25/26/27th September 2015, celebrating Plymouth, its people and the visual arts, and promoting … Continue Reading

Plymouth Art Weekender from the inside

Tuesday 20th October 2015

Cara Green was one of the many volunteers who helped with Plymouth Art Weekender on the 25-27 September 2015. Here she tells us about the weekender … Continue Reading

Film Review: Tangerines

Friday 16th October 2015

Tangerines is playing at Plymouth Arts Centre from 23-29 October.

The conflicts that savaged much of Europe and the former Soviet Union during the nineties remain mostly invisible in the world of … Continue Reading

Film Review: Pasolini

Tuesday 13th October 2015
Abel Ferrara’s film devotes itself to exploring the last day of film director Pier Pablo Pasolini’s life. The Italian writer, poet, film director and intellectual was a Marxist who attacked … Continue Reading

Film Review: Dartmoor Killing, Introduced by Director Peter Nicholson

Wednesday 30th September 2015

“Dartmoor is the star” – so says Dartmoor Killing director Peter Nicholson, in his introduction to tonight’s showing at Plymouth Arts Centre (18/9/15). He is not wrong.

Nicholson is a … Continue Reading

Review: ART 15 London Olympia

Tuesday 4th August 2015

PAC Home member Stephen Smith has written a report from his PAC Home bursary funded trip to Art15 in London. … Continue Reading

Film Programmer’s Pick: Girlhood

Friday 3rd July 2015

My job entails watching many, many films. All the time. People envy us Film Programmers but believe me when I say we have to wade through hours and hours of drivel … Continue Reading

Art Review: Lagoon West

Tuesday 23rd June 2015

Matthew Houlding’s Lagoon West is at Plymouth Arts Centre until July 18.

Lagoon West is an exhibition that doesn’t believe in playing coy. Big, bold and ambitious, it is, in every sense … Continue Reading

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