Still showing: La Belle Epoque, Greener Grass
Fri 14 - Thu 20 February
Directed by Sam Mendes, 1917 is a hard-hitting, immersive, and an impressive technical achievement that captures the trench warfare of World War I with raw, startling immediacy.
1917 was the big winner at the Bafta Film Awards, with seven prizes in total.
Ordinary Love (12A)
Fri 14 - Wed 19 February
Joan and Tom are a long-married couple, with their set habits, cozy bickering, and assumption of a long walk together into the sunset. When Joan discovers a lump in her breast, it soon becomes clear that cancer will radically change everything.
"Just so perfectly judged, and I'm a big fan of these filmmakers. The script is terrific, and a lovely, ambient score..." - Mark Kermode
And The We Danced (PG)
Mon 10 February
Special preview screening of the much-anticipated And Then We Danced. A powerful tale of sexual awakening in the conservative world of traditional Georgian dance, the film has been wowing audiences at festivals around the world and won Best Feature at the 2019 Iris Prize festival. Iris Prize LGBT+ Film Festival are bringing their travelling celebration of film to Plymouth. Click through for more info.
Directions Screening #3
Thu 20 February
A mix of short films that both embody ideas of Utopia and sometimes descend into strange dystopian shadow plays. The selected films use a multitude of formats such as 16mm, animation and video-esque techniques that mirror the narratives.
La Belle Epoque (15)
Fri 7 - Thu 13 February
What if you had the chance to re-enact any period? For Victor, given the choice by an immersive re-enactment company, he wants to go back to the night in 1974 when he met his wife. Sweet yet honest about the nature of memory and nostalgia, La Belle Époque will take you back to the good old days.
Greener Grass (12A)
Fri 7 - Thu 13 February
£4 DIscovery Screening Wed 12 Feb, 6pm
It's a day-glo-colored, bizarro version of suburbia where everyone drives golf carts, and children magically turn into golden retrievers. Greener Grass is far from the first comedy to skewer suburbia, but it might be among the most bizarre and surreally distinctive.
Special Offers in January and February
Watch a new independent film for only £4 per ticket! Early booking advised.
Greener Grass, 12 Feb, 6pm
Outstanding independent films specially recommended by our Film Programmer. Get tickets for any 3 Programmer’s Pick films for £5 each.
Monos, Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blache, The Lighthouse, Parasite
Plymouth Arts Cinema supports the F-Rating, championing women in film. Get tickets for 3 F-Rated films for £7 each.
Harriet, Shooting the Mafia, The Nightingale, Honey Boy, Little Women, Greener Grass, Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blache
Tickets must be purchased under one transaction and the best discount will be automatically applied.
Our venue: practical information
Plymouth Arts Cinema is located inside Plymouth College of Art’s main campus at Tavistock Place. Go through Plymouth College of Art’s main entrance and turn right, you will face our Box Office and Café/Bar. There are then a few steps down to the Box Office and Café/Bar, with disabled access via a wheelchair lift. Visit our website for more details, including information about parking.
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