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Teenage Celeste, a survivor of an adolescent tragedy, attracts the attention of a manager after performing a song, and she's catapulted into fame. Years later, the now adult (and deeply cynical) Celeste is a Gaga-esque superstar, struggling to navig...
Katherine Newbury is a pioneer and legendary host on the late-night talk-show circuit. When she’s accused of being a “woman who hates women,” she puts affirmative action on the to-do list, and hires Molly to her all-male writers’ room.
A bold move by Chilean director and Oscar winner Sebastian Lelio this is the English language remake of his own film (2013’s Gloria), this time starring Julianne Moore as a divorced mother having a coming-of-age experience later in life.
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.
Modern problems require modern solutions. Or maybe they require ancient ones. We’re not sure, but we do love these shorts that we managed to (very) loosely categorise around the theme of modern concerns. We’re sure you will too, so stop worrying ...
Gordon Gekko’s infamous speech has aged pretty well, people will be people, after all what else can they be… Well, monsters I guess. Of course, it’s all a sliding scale, so enjoy the ride with these greedy bastards.
People are unbelievably resilient, creative, noble and devious. We stand on the shoulders of giants every day, but we also read the Daily Mail still, so who knows where humanity is headed. Watch these while you figure it out, they might even steer yo...
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...
Charles Cross Transport Improvement Scheme
Road works to the Charles Cross roundabout are starting in February 2019, involving some road, lane and bus stop closures.
We encourage you to factor in possible delays when you plan your journey to Plymouth Arts Cinema.
Works are expected to have finished by winter 2019.
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Get a discount (each ticket for £7) when you book a ticket for 3 or more different F-Rated films in the programme at the same time.