2023 was a season of mixed fortune weather-wise for Open Air Cinema at Tinside Lido, but we did manage a couple of beautiful balmy evenings by the sea. Here are some pictures taken by photographer Amber Amare (@amberfilms_) at the screening of Roman Holiday.
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Well, it has finally happened. After 12 summers of running Open Air Cinema events in the glorious and temperamental British summertime, we had an almost total washout on the first weekend of the year. I guess our luck had to run out some time and it may as well be … Continue Reading
Hungry for Change and Food for Thought are the latest films from Cornwall’s Climate Stories, an award-winning documentary series praised by Sir David Attenborough. The filmmakers and contributors joined us for a discussion and climate-friendly food tasting session following the screening.
The SAFAR Film Festival is the largest Arab film festival in the UK and was set up in 2012 by the Arab British Centre. This year, Plymouth Arts Cinema had the pleasure of being one of the screening partners.
Pat Kelman, Director of Acquisition, Sales and Operations at 606 Distribution, came to Plymouth Arts Cinema on 16th June to introduce The Old Movie: Lactopalyse. Afterwards, he invited the audience for a Q&A session with him.
Kelman’s journey into film distribution is an unlikely one: he started his … Continue Reading
We were really pleased to welcome not one, but two former members of Chumbawamba. Paul Greco, bassist in the band from 1992 to 1999, hosted the Q&A with the Director and Chumbawumba lead singer Dunstan Bruce and Sophie Robinson (film producer and co-director).