Tag: plymouth arts centre

Film Review: Happy End “…a film that serves to both unsettle and entrance its spectators”

Wednesday 24th January 2018

Contributor Eve Jones reviews Happy End from director Michael Haneke, showing in the PAC cinema until Thursday 25 January – limited tickets remaining.

Warning: contains narrative spoilers

Michael Haneke delivers a mystifying and bitter depiction of bourgeois nihilism that will make you laugh because you don’t really … Continue Reading

FILM REVIEW: Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them

Friday 9th December 2016

Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them will be screening in the Plymouth Arts Centre cinema from 16th – 29th December. Tickets available here.

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them is the long-awaited … Continue Reading

Insight: Megan Broadmeadow’s Astro Raggi.

Wednesday 7th December 2016

Megan Broadmeadow: Astro Raggi

Astro Raggi is in the PAC Galleries until January 7th 2017.

This exhibition begins with the story of Pasquale Quadri. Or rather a story about him. Megan Broadmeadow first heard of the Italian optician, who was also a cinema projectionist, and member of a band, from a lighting … Continue Reading

FILM REVIEW: Nocturnal Animals

Wednesday 7th December 2016

Nocturnal Animals is screening at the Plymouth Arts Centre cinema from 9th – 15th December. Tickets available here.

Tom Ford’s Nocturnal Animals opens with an actual parade of naked obesities. … Continue Reading

FILM REVIEW: I, Daniel Blake

Wednesday 7th December 2016

Ken Loach’s I, Daniel Blake is an unmagical mystery tour through the wilfully-labyrinthine world of benefits.
It’s an unsettling game of snakes and ladders where, even if you actually did fall off a ladder or were bitten by a snake, the DWP “decision-maker” … Continue Reading

FILM REVIEW: American Honey

Wednesday 23rd November 2016

A review of American Honey from Eve Jones

American Honey is screening in the Plymouth Arts Centre Cinema until Thursday 24th November

American Honey is an indie coming-of-age narrative without the softness of classic Hollywood. Star (Sasha Lane) is a rough-around-the-edges 18-year old who abandons her burdensome life for days spent … Continue Reading

FILM REVIEW: My Scientology Movie

Wednesday 23rd November 2016

A review of Louis Theroux: My Scientology Movie

by Nigel Watson

In the opening voice-over, Louis Theroux says he’s always wanted to make a film that takes a positive view of the Church of Scientology. We all know he’ll dish the dirt, especially since they reject all his attempts at getting … Continue Reading

FILM REVIEW: Under The Shadow

Wednesday 16th November 2016

Under The Shadow is in the cinema from 11th – 17th November

Throughout the years the Horror genre has gone through various cycles. From the religious horror of the seventies with The Exorcist, to the the torture porn era of the noughties with … Continue Reading