Plymouth Arts Cinema has been awarded two core funding grants, totalling £30,000. The independent cinema is to receive £10,000 from the Garfield Weston Foundation and £20,000 from the Foyle Foundation.
Anna Navas, Director and Film Programmer at PAC, said “We are delighted to receive funding to support our core activities. This … Continue Reading
The news announced earlier that Wolverhampton’s Light House Cinema is ‘to close doors for a final time today’ after more than 30 years of trading comes hot on the heels of last month’s news that Edinburgh International Film Festival shut down with immediate effect after the charity that … Continue Reading
Plymouth Arts Cinema would not be here without its amazing and dedicated team of volunteers.
To mark Volunteers’ Week 2022, we asked them for their stories: why they volunteer at PAC, and what it means to them. We will all be getting together to watch a film and celebrate their kind … Continue Reading
Everyone at Plymouth Arts Cinema was deeply saddened to hear of the death of Bernard Samuels yesterday. Bernard was the hugely influential Director of Plymouth Arts Centre between 1971-96 and was responsible for promoting the work of so many artists, writers, makers and creatives in the city for far longer … Continue Reading
Plymouth Arts Cinema has received an emergency grant of £45,054.00 from the Culture Recovery Fund.
£35 million from final round of Culture Recovery Fund has gone to 340 organisations across England
Grants are supporting organisations as they emerge from the Covid-19 pandemic
£1.57 billion funding package has protected jobs … Continue Reading