Allen Pollock has been a cinema-goer since 1942. He’s written a fascinating account of his memories of cinemas in Plymouth, and was kind enough to sit down and record it with us. Allen has been a Volunteer Usher at Plymouth Arts Cinema since 1978. Archive footage provided by The Box.
We have teamed up with film distributor Peccadillo Pictures to give you the opportunity to watch this new release at home, and support Plymouth Arts Cinema at the same time. Rent the film from July 2 via Vimeo (embedded below) and PAC will receive 25% of the rental fee. The … Continue Reading
It’s been a difficult time, and while we’re still having to spend a lot of time at home, a lot of us are watching far more TV. If you’re thinking of watching a film, either with friends or family or on your own, try these 6 heart-warming films … Continue Reading
A daring concept, beautifully presented, The Artist became the cinematic phenomenon of 2011. Working on the idea of a modern silent film, this was a project years in development for director and screenwriter, Michel Hazanavicius.
The Artist was initially put on limited release, and soon became a … Continue Reading
Justice is a very special six year old with a passion for scams. With his seventh birthday fast approaching he comes up with an audacious plan: to get the penthouse suite in a flash hotel so he and his best mate Alice can have the night of their lives.