One of the most important films to come out of Russia in recent years, Leviathan is visually majestic, philosophically illuminating and hauntingly poignant. Through all of this, it has a simple yet engaging story to tell; that of the common man struggling against … Continue Reading
This January Plymouth Arts Centre held a sold-out screening of The Battles of Coronel and Falkland Islands, with an introduction by the Plymouth-based composer, Simon Dobson. Ieuan Jones was there to review the event.
Plymouth Herald’s Emily Smith tells us why Withnail and I is one of her favourite films.
Withnail and I is a classic – it’s also one of those films that you watch when studying at university, start dating a super trendy boyfriend who says ‘you must watch this film’, or you … Continue Reading
20,000 Days on Earth, British artists Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard’s film about songwriter and performer Nick Cave, is an outstanding example of its genre. This comes as something of a relief, since big screen treatments of popular music frequently prove to be disappointingly anodyne, often working out like fan-pleasing … Continue Reading
The biker movie has long been considered a pariah by those who do not believe it should be considered alongside more “serious” kinds of movie. This is something that artist Charlie Woolley sought to address with the Biker Movie Marathon, which both embraced and challenged the outsider status of biker … Continue Reading