Continuing our occasional series of short films by local filmmakers and those who have a connection to Plymouth is Shahar Tuchner’s Floating Worms, which Plymouth Arts Centre screened in 2020 as part of a Cine-Sisters SW Short Film event.
It’s International Women’s Day on 8 March and here at PAC we are celebrating by highlighting some incredible films by women.
We are welcoming back highlights of the Feminista Film Festival with a truly inspiring selection of short films – from musical pursuits to outdoor challenges, these women are … Continue Reading
Plymouth Arts Cinema is one of more than 200 independent cinemas across England being supported this Christmas with £16 million in grants from the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund, allocated by the BFI. It has been awarded £47,419, which will help the organization through to March 2021, after a … Continue Reading
It’s that time of the year when we usually take a long and affectionate look back through the cinema highs and lows of the past 12 months and think about all of the exciting film treats on the horizon in the early part of the new year. Well, this has … Continue Reading
Sell-out screenings for Plymouth Arts Cinema highlight the value of independent cinema in keeping the big screen alive.
Plymouth Arts Cinema has released details of its November – December programme, with new films including ‘On The Rocks’, starring Bill Murray and Rashida Jones, Ben Wheatley’s adaptation of ‘Rebecca’, French Film Festival, … Continue Reading
Allen Pollock has been a cinema-goer since 1942. He’s written a fascinating account of his memories of cinemas in Plymouth, and was kind enough to sit down and record it with us. Allen has been a Volunteer Usher at Plymouth Arts Cinema since 1978. Archive footage provided by The Box.