On Saturday 30th April Plymouth Arts Cinema are teaming up with Plymouth After Dark to show a very special – one could even say extra-terrestrial – double bill of The Man Who Fell to Earth and a Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars concert.
Life is complicated. Such a philosophy seems to be the only variable in Julie’s existence that doesn’t seem to be tenuous. Like many stories that follow the metamorphosis within a person’s life, we see her upon a condition of perpetual change.
Restored to its former glory this is a vivid reminder of one of the great films of the French ‘new wave’ cinema. Like many of the new wave directors, François Truffaut wrote for the Cahiers du Cinéma film magazine and was heavily influenced by the … Continue Reading
Applying a freshly creative approach, documentary The Real Charlie Chaplin examines the life and career of film legend, Charlie Chaplin. A true icon of cinema, Chaplin’s image is indelible. The wide eyes, always seeming on the brink of tears; the twitches; the walk that can be imitated but … Continue Reading
A sweetly ambiguous love story, British film Ali & Ava is already making an impact. Nominated for two BAFTAs, Ali & Ava not only showcases home-grown talent, it gives a voice to a community not often heard.
We have honest conversations about films and our programme is designed to challenge as well as entertain! Our reviewer wasn’t impressed by this one – do you agree, or would you give it a glowing review?