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 available for single, homeless people at any one time. These are always full. Although we do not know all of … Continue Reading
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 in the cinema at Plymouth Arts Centre from 12 – 18 February.
Coinciding with the discovery of a Maoist … Continue Reading
Le Mepris (Contempt) is showing at Plymouth Arts Centre cinema from 9 – 11 February
The French New Wave filmmakers hated the conventions of traditional cinema and embraced wholeheartedly the concept of the auteur. At the forefront was Jean-Luc Godard who was keen to show the artifice of cinematic … Continue Reading
Taxi Tehran is showing at Plymouth Arts Centre from 8-14 January
The internationally renowned filmmaker Jafar Panahi has, since 2010, been under a 20 year ban from the authorities from making films in his native Iran. He was also initially imprisoned then put under house arrest; he is now permitted to … Continue Reading
Carol is showing at Plymouth Arts Centre Cinema from 5 – 14 January 2016. It will be introduced on Tuesday 12th January by Millie Brown, Leader for BA in Fashion Media and Marketing at Plymouth College of Art.
Starring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara, ‘Carol’ is that most rare … Continue Reading