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Harassment in Hollywood: Eve Jones explores the impact of the recent accusations

Wednesday 6th December 2017

When, on 5th October, The New York Times published its investigation into accusations of sexual assault by media mogul, … Continue Reading

Call Me By Your Name Review: ‘Film is a mirror of reality and it is a filter’

Wednesday 6th December 2017

Review of Call Me By Your Name, by Keiran Rae. In the cinema from 1 – 6 December. 

‘Film is a mirror of reality and it is a … Continue Reading

Three Gloria Grahame films… and a thank you to our volunteers

Tuesday 5th December 2017

December 5th is International Volunteer Day, which gives us the opportunity to say a huge thank you to all volunteers, past and present, who freely give their time … Continue Reading

Review of Daphne: “a film of real subtlety and sophistication”

Tuesday 28th November 2017

Aged 31, Londoner Daphne is single, living alone and working in a restaurant. Placated by alcohol and casual drug-taking, she is skimming through life.  Daphne may exude a cooler-than-thou attitude, … Continue Reading

Review: The Death of Stalin

Wednesday 22nd November 2017

Known for his scabrous lampooning of grasping policitos and laying bare the absurdity of power in shows such as The Thick of It and … Continue Reading

Review: Loving Vincent ‘is not a re-construction, it is an impression’

Tuesday 21st November 2017

Loving Vincent is showing in our cinema until 1 December, but due to its popularity, it is likely that we will programme extra screenings in the new year. Check the … Continue Reading

Review: Blade Runner 2049 – ‘outstanding, high-concept, blockbuster sci-fi’

Tuesday 14th November 2017

Blade Runner 2049 is showing until 16 November. Review by Nigel Watson

[Warning – mild spoilers]
The world of 2049 is an extraordinary place. It’s like an alien planet … Continue Reading

In Pictures: Ciara Phillips: Systems for Saying It

Wednesday 8th November 2017

This exhibition is part of We The People Are The Work, a major visual arts project in Plymouth that will explore ideas of power, protest and the … Continue Reading

Borg vs McEnroe: ‘a film that everyone can engage with.’

Tuesday 7th November 2017

No matter your age or knowledge of tennis Borg vs McEnroe is a film that everyone can engage with. It is a portrayal of the grit and determination required of … Continue Reading

Film Review of Mother! and a primer on the films of Darren Aronofsky

Friday 3rd November 2017

Mother! is showing in our cinema from the 3 – 9 November. 

If I had to pick a single word to describe Darren Aronofsky’s very varied filmography, the one that … Continue Reading

Film Review: David Lynch: The Art Life, “This film allows us at last the chance to see the fragile man standing behind it all”

Wednesday 18th October 2017

Ieuan Jones reviews David Lynch: The Art Life, which is being shown for just three screenings at Plymouth Arts Centre on 24, 25 and 26 October. Tickets are selling … Continue Reading

Back To Burgundy Review: ‘sit back, take it easy and enjoy the mood of a peaceful film.’

Tuesday 17th October 2017

Back to Burgundy is an insight into rural France’s viticulture and the effect that has on families who spend lives dedicated to harvesting and producing wine.

Natasha Marler reveiws the film, … Continue Reading

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