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The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry (12A)

Friday 5th May 2023 - Thursday 11th May 2023

Jim Broadbent and Penelope Wilton star in Hettie Macdonald’s (Beautiful Thing, White Girl, Normal People) adaptation of Rachel Joyce’s best-selling, award-winning 2012 novel The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry.

Enys Men (15)

Saturday 21st January 2023 - Wednesday 15th February 2023

With introduction and Q&A with Director Mark Jenkin on Saturday 21 January. Mark Jenkin follows up his acclaimed breakthrough Bait with this mind-bending Cornish folk horror tale, gorgeously shot on grainy 16mm.

Curious About British Art Show 9: Our Home Plymouth + The Personal History of David Copperfield

Wednesday 14th December 2022

We have been working with The Box and Compass Presents in creative workshops with Plymouth & Devon Racial Equality Council’s Women’s Collective to make a short film using archive and voice.


The Justice Files

Tuesday 13th December 2022

Beautifully written and produced by Time-Lock Productions, these entertaining and informative short films are about famous, remarkable English and Scottish cases from 1892 and 1932 that transformed the law around the world. The films will be introduc...

The Felling (12A)

Monday 12th December 2022

The Felling – An Epic Tale of People Power is a first-hand account of an extraordinary and shocking tale, where Sheffield citizens from 18-90 years old rise up to stop the destruction of their city's healthy street trees.

Long Way Back (12A)

Tuesday 20th September 2022 - Thursday 22nd September 2022

due to a situation beyond his control, David's estranged daughter Lea is thrown back into his life: she’s leaving university under tragic circumstances, and David is the only person who can make the trip and drive her home to Cornwall.

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