Plymouth Arts Cinema Will Re-Open In September

Friday 26th June 2020

This week the government has announced that in England, cinemas can open from July 4th (subject to safeguards). Here at Plymouth Arts Cinema we will be opening in … Continue Reading

Watch ‘A White, White Day’ Online, and Support PAC

Wednesday 24th June 2020

We have teamed up with film distributor Peccadillo Pictures to give you the opportunity to watch this new release at home, and support Plymouth Arts Cinema at the same time. … Continue Reading

PAC Builds Resilience During Shutdown with £15k BFI Grant, and a Crowdfunder for Key Workers.

Tuesday 23rd June 2020

Plymouth Arts Cinema has been awarded £15,000 emergency funding to help the organization to survive the ongoing venue shutdown due to COVID-19, thanks to National Lottery funding through the BFI … Continue Reading

Buy discounted tickets for Cheltenham International Film Festival Online and support Plymouth Arts Cinema

Tuesday 2nd June 2020

Plymouth Arts Cinema are becoming a Virtual Screening Partner for Cheltenham International Film Festival Online.

From Monday 08 June until Sun 14 June, we will … Continue Reading

Never Rarely Sometimes Always: “bold and fearless film-making”

Tuesday 19th May 2020

The third film from director Eliza Hittman, the film was featured in a Reclaim The Frame event on 14 May. You can watch Mia Bays’ interview with … Continue Reading

Films To Uplift You During Lockdown

Tuesday 19th May 2020

It’s been a difficult time, and while we’re still having to spend a lot of time at home, a lot of us are watching far more TV. If … Continue Reading

Film Review: The Artist “feels like a newly-discovered gem”

Tuesday 12th May 2020

A daring concept, beautifully presented, The Artist became the cinematic phenomenon of 2011. Working on the idea of a modern silent film, this was a project years in … Continue Reading

Border review – “An intense, dark fable”

Thursday 7th May 2020

Review by Lila Taylor

You can watch the film for a limited time on channel 4:

Border (2018) is Ali Abbasi’s intense, dark fable … Continue Reading

Justice is Served by Nick Remy Matthews

Friday 1st May 2020

Justice is a very special six year old with a passion for scams. With his seventh birthday fast approaching he comes up with an audacious plan: to get the penthouse … Continue Reading

More Than Stories by Anya Lewin

Wednesday 22nd April 2020

More than Stories is a film composed of three parts and made over 12 years, that has at its heart the haunted memories of Jewish life embedded in stories passed down … Continue Reading

Film Review: Rear Window

Tuesday 21st April 2020

Our reviewer Helen Tope revisits Hitchcock’s classic.

Sitting in Alfred Hitchcock’s creative high-point, Rear Window is a textbook thriller. While it doesn’t have the psychosexual drama of Vertigo, Rear … Continue Reading

Reclaim The Frame Events This Week – Misbehaviour and Laura Mulvey

Tuesday 21st April 2020

In their mission to bring ever-greater audiences to films by women, Reclaim The Frame have moved their activities online for now. There are two fantastic events coming up this … Continue Reading

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