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The unveiling of the new Nancy Astor statue on November 28th 2019 to celebrate 100 years of Women in Parliament is a significant event for Plymouth.
Join Dr Stephen Essex (University of Plymouth), Dr Hollie Price (University of Sussex) and Dr Sadie Wearing (London School of Economics) for the screening of ‘The Way We Live’, Jill Craigie’s fascinating film released in 1946 about plans to reb...
With Director Q&A on Friday 27. Stunningly shot on a vintage 16mm camera using monochrome Kodak stock, Mark Jenkin’s remarkable new film is a timely and funny, yet poignant tale that gets right to the heart of a Cornish community facing an unwelcom...
Join us for a double bill of two unique and under-screened female-made thrillers from the 80s plus creative writing workshops tapping into one’s own obsessive capacities!
Specially selected feature film, followed by Q&A’s with the directors, cast and crew. South African Spook Hunter Matty Vans hires a film crew to document his paranormal ghost hunting business.
Free - Advance booking recommended Founded by Katie McCullough, Festival Formula is the culmination of over thirteen years experience strategising film festival submissions. They cater for a large slate of films, offering consultancy at different po...
This screening is part of Birds' Eye View's Reclaim The Frame campaign to bring ever greater audiences to films by women to offer a wider perspective of the world. Join us after the film for a free workshop on interpreting the meaning of dreams.
Katie, a young American documentary maker, casts a Polish woman as protagonist in her film about the life of migrants in London after the Brexit referendum. This documentary soon becomes the report of a questionable game in which the two women challe...
Runners in the West Country will have their first chance to see this award-winning documentary when it screens at the Plymouth Arts Cinema on May 16 just three days before thousands of people take to the streets for the Plymouth Half Marathon.
Take a risk on a new independent film for only £4 per ticket. Early booking advised.
The Report, 8 Jan, 8.30pm
Greener Grass, 12 Feb, 6pm
Get tickets for any 3 Programmer's Pick films for £5 each.
Monos, Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blache, The Lighthouse, Parasite
Get tickets for 3 F-Rated films for £7 each.
Harriet, Shooting the Mafia, The Nightingale, Honey Boy, Little Women, Greener Grass, Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blache
Tickets must be purchased under one transaction and the best discount will be automatically applied.
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