Plymouth Arts Cinema is temporarily closed due to the Coronavirus Outbreak in the UK.
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The cinema is closed at the moment due to the Coronavirus situation in the UK. For the full statement and updates please click here. We thank you for your support during this difficult time and wish all the best to our audience.
Florence Foster Jenkins is screening from 8th – 14th July
For the second time this year, ‘legendary’ opera singer and socialite Florence Foster Jenkins’ life is the subject of a major feature film. French movie Marguerite was not a straight biopic, more a loosely inspired standalone film – though a rather … Continue Reading
Departure (directed by Andrew Steggall) is at times intense, at times understated, but always a pleasure to watch. That’s thanks mainly to its three central leads, played by Juliet Stevenson (Beatrice), Alex Lowther (her son Elliot) and breakout … Continue Reading
‘Eye in the Sky’ is a film that explores the moral, political and personal implications of modern warfare. While the language of war remains unchanged, decisions to strike are made in military bunkers hundreds of miles from the … Continue Reading
The Plymouth Film Festival returned to Plymouth Arts Centre for it’s most successful year yet – Ben Cherry reviews the weekend and the screenings he attended in the final installment of a three part blog.