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Artists in the Cinema: Tyneside Projections Commission 2020A series of new films for cinema commissioned by Tyneside Cinema (Newcastle) as part of the Projections programme. Four artists a year are commissioned to make short films to be screened before … Continue Reading
Now that we are in a new decade, it is hard not to look back on the last ten years and reflect on the changes and developments within the film industry, particularly in terms of female filmmakers. The beginning of the decade kicked off with Kathryn Bigelow being the first woman … Continue Reading
Plymouth Arts Cinema has screened 149 films in 2019, since moving to our new location at Plymouth College of Art in January. Unsurprisingly, cinema was one of the main topics of conversation at our Staff and Volunteers’ Christmas Party, and we took the chance to look back over the year … Continue Reading
Plymouth Arts Centre and The Gallery at Plymouth College Of Art present a multisite exhibition by internationally renowned painter Rose Wylie. As part of History Painting, Wylie presents a cycle of new work about the Mayflower voyage, made between 2015-17 for this exhibition. These paintings draw … Continue Reading
Read on to find out more about this exciting new programme, launched at Plymouth Arts Centre, designed to build a local and national network of film fans supporting women in film!
To join us in supporting women in film, sign up here – it’s free and in return you’ll receive … Continue Reading
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 with vast areas of industrialised farming, rusting monuments to former industrial marvels and the city of Los Angeles a crowded … Continue Reading