Open Air Cinema Preview: ‘The Piano’ – a seminal, ground-breaking and thoroughly defiant film
Thursday 5th July 2018
Plymouth Arts Centre’s Film Programmer Anna Navas introduces us to The Piano, which begins our Open Air Cinema season on July 20th at Tinside Lido.
This summer, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of its release, the Independent Cinema Office is re-releasing The Piano. Given that Jane Campion is still, …
Open Air Cinema Preview: The ‘Yellow Submarine’ is sailing to the big screen at Tinside Lido
Wednesday 4th July 2018
The Yellow Submarine is sailing to the big screen at Tinside Lido on 21 July to celebrate the 50th anniversary of its launch and to save Plymouth from an attack by the Blue Meanies. Reviewed by Nigel Watson.
As a special 50th Anniversary treat, Plymouth Arts Centre …
Film Review: On Chesil Beach “…it deftly threads the tension wires of social convention”
Wednesday 27th June 2018
Joshua Jones review On Chesil Beach, showing in the PAC cinema until Thursday 28 June. Limited tickets remaining for the last few screenings.
On Chesil Beach is found at a turning point. Between the social austerity of post-war Britain and the burgeoning revolution of attitudes towards …
Film Review: Redoubtable, ‘telling the story of the ultimate modern auteur’
Tuesday 19th June 2018
Helen Tope reviews Redoubtable, showing in our cinema from 15th – 21st June.
Telling the story of the ultimate modern auteur, Redoubtable takes us into the life of Jean-Luc Godard. Set across 1960’s Europe, the film is achingly stylish. The clothes, the interiors; you will want them all. But behind …
Film Review: Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist “…at once familiar and confrontational”
Wednesday 13th June 2018
Helen Tope reviews Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist – now showing in the PAC cinema for a limited run of just four screenings.
A couturier with a punk sensibility, Vivienne Westwood’s vision is sumptuous and provocative. The head of a global brand worth an estimated $185 million, Vivienne Westwood …
Film Review: Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society, “…refreshing portrayal of the lasting effects of war”
Wednesday 30th May 2018
Regular contributor Eve Jones reviews The Guernsey Literary & Potato Peel Pie Society, showing in the PAC cinema until Thursday 31 May. Tickets to the remaining screenings are available here.
Based on the best-selling novel of the same name, Mike Newell (Four Weddings and A Funeral, Mona Lisa …
Film Review: Funny Cow, ‘absolutely of the moment, and deadly accurate’
Tuesday 29th May 2018
Helen Tope reviews Funny Cow, a film with real depth beneath the punchline, that tells the story of a female comedian’s struggle to break away from her past. It’s showing in our cinema until 31 May.
Brought up in the post-war slums of Northern England, Funny Cow is …
Film Review: Wonderstruck, “…a refreshing perspective of the world from a minority often overlooked”
Wednesday 16th May 2018
Eve Jones reviews Wonderstruck, Director Todd Haynes’ imaginative adaptation of Brian Selznick’s acclaimed novel, which is showing in the PAC cinema until Thursday 17 May. Tickets available on our website…
Todd Haynes, saw huge success with his 2015 drama, Carol, but as his first directorial …