Tag: FIlm

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 … Continue Reading

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 … Continue Reading

Film review: Isle of Dogs, “…deadpan fun and outright kooky treats…”

Wednesday 25th April 2018

Regular contributor Monika Maurer reviews Wes Anderson’s latest adventure, Isle of Dogs. Showing in the PAC cinema from Friday 27 April to Thursday 3 May, tickets are available to book online now.

The word charming doesn’t necessarily spring to mind when watching a film starring a pack of … Continue Reading

Reclaim the Frame at Plymouth Arts Centre

Wednesday 11th April 2018

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

Film Review: Loveless, “Loveless is, like a form of surgery, painful but necessary.”

Sunday 25th March 2018

Ieuan Jones reviews Loveless, showing in the Plymouth Arts Centre cinema from 31 March – 4 April. Tickets are available to book now, with just three screenings available we recommend booking early.

Andrey Zvyagintsev has a growing reputation not just as a director but as modern Russia’s … Continue Reading

Film Review: The Shape of Water, “The misfits become pawns in the game of the power hungry…”

Wednesday 21st March 2018

Ieuan Jones reviews The Shape of Water, screening in the Plymouth Arts Centre cinema from 23 March – 5 April. Tickets are available to book now, and we anticipate some screenings will sell out so be sure to book early.

So, the golden statuettes have all been handed … Continue Reading

Film Review: Lady Bird, “…wincingly funny and wistfully sentimental”

Wednesday 21st March 2018

Beau Waycott reviews Lady Bird, screening in the Plymouth Arts Centre cinema from 16 March – 23 March. Limited tickets remain for the final screenings, book early to avoid missing out.

Writer-director Greta Gerwig’s solo debut is a wincingly funny and wistfully sentimental bildungsroman comedy. Unique experiences of … Continue Reading

Event Review: Mia Bays and Anna Smith A&Q event, “…a rally to agitate over gender equality in film”

Wednesday 21st March 2018

As part of our International Women’s Day celebrations, we invited Oscar winning film producer Mia Bays and top film critic Anna Smith to introduce a screening of Professor Marston and the Wonder Women.

Mia and Anna also took the opportunity to launch the new Birds Eye View influencer programme – … Continue Reading