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...
13-year-old Kayla is a loner who channels her creativity and longing for friendship into her online persona, confidently dispensing advice via video blogs which nobody watches. As high school approaches, she embarks on a mission to turn her thus disa...
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. There will be a post screening panel discussion hosted by Mia Bays of Birds' Eye View...
French auteur Claire Denis’s breathlessly awaited English language debut stars Robert Pattinson and Juliette Binoche in a tale of criminals flung into deep space. Rapturously received by critics and prompting comparisons to Kubrick and Tarkovsky, t...
Tolkien explores the formative years of the orphaned author as he finds friendship, love and artistic inspiration among a group of fellow outcasts at school. This takes him into the outbreak of World War I, which threatens to tear the fellowship apar...
3 Faces is a road trip through patriarchal rural Iran that becomes an odyssey of enlightenment. An Iranian actor is distraught after receiving a suicide note from a girl whose family forbid her to go to drama school. With her director she embarks on ...
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...
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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