Northcott Artist Lucy Bell is to create new film about resilience across the generations called Grown Ups and based on interviews
Filmmaker Adam Savva teamed up with spoken word artist Paul Gialo to create the visual poem Ripples, a delicate, subtle and powerful film
Jarman Awards usually embark on an engaging national-wide tour. This year that goes online but that doesn’t diminish the films in the running
Theatre Royal Plymouth’s Young Company joins worldwide Covid-19 Time Capsule project to record teenagers during the coronavirus pandemic
According to recent data, the book market in the UK increased for the fourth consecutive year in 2018, showing considerable growth in the sector. Last years book sales accounted for a total market value of £1.63bn – a £34m increase on the figures for 2017 – and with book sales expected to exceed this number […]
If you like a tipple the how about putting on your bucket list a pint of the black stuff (or whatever your tipple is!) in these pubs from the movies (put together by Flogas, who supply LPG bottles and cylinders to pubs around the UK):
‘How we negotiate the histories we inherit and the futures we create’: Larry Achiampong and David Blandy’s film trilogy Finding Fanon at Plymouth Arts Centre
The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism is a new documentary narrated by Gillian Anderson about the intertwining stories of American Impressionism and The Garden Movement
John Akomfrah’s film Tropikos, which explores the darker histories of the River Tamar and was commissed as part of Plymouth’s River Tamar Project has been acquired by the Arts Council Collection
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!
Explore Swedishness at Olof Håkansson Swedish School, from the Rekorderlig Cider people
Top arthouse and indie cinema chain Curzon has launched Curzon on Demand 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 new film was commissioned by the Exeter Phoenix and Animated Exeter and will be part of her exhibition at the Exeter Phoenix Gallery – it features, among other things, eccentricity, isolation and insects
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