You get the feeling that you really shouldn’t try this at home. It’s a bit like Up! but without the cantankerous old fella, just a bunch of young men with too much time on their hands… and too many balloons to hand! The question of getting someone to fly with just a bunch of helium ...
Why should a fish understand why it swims up the river? It’s a question asked by Olof Håkansson, founder of the Swedish School, for those who just want to be Swedish… and who wouldn’t?
Unless you live in metropolitan areas, catching the latest arthouse movies can be a bit of a bind. But now top arthouse and independent cinema chain Curzon has launched its Curzon on Demand service which brings top arthouse movies straight to your computer.
It’s movie awards season, and the British Academy of Film and Television Arts awards – that’s BAFTAs to you – is a celebration of the best of the year’s movies.
Edwina Ashton’s latest animated film …in a rose columned garden, commissioned by the Exeter Phoenix Gallery and Animated Exeter, is inspired by the 19th century naturalist and theologian Philip Gosse and his meticulous study of marine life in Devon’s rock pools. It’s being shown in the Exeter Phoenix Gallery along with her other art work ...
Artist film-maker and doctoral researcher Kayla Parker interviews herself and Dr Roberta Mock, Professor of Performance Studies, about arts research in the Faculty of Arts at University of Plymouth
Plymouth’s photographers and marine lovers will have an opportunity to see dancers performing underwater at the launch of a new programme on Thursday, December 10.
Missing! from Third Wave on Vimeo. Dancer Curt Hennells got together with filmmaker Mandy Finesilver to create a Third Wave Collective Film.