From 9am on Friday 10 December, young filmmakers across the country have 72 hours to plan, shoot and edit short festive themed films, for the very first, Plymouth College of Art 72 Hour Film Challenge in partnership with British Cinematographer.
As part of the competition, all films submitted will be premiered at a screening on Monday 13 December from 4-6pm at Plymouth Arts Cinema, the city’s only independent arthouse cinema.
Plymouth College of Art would like to invite the filmmakers, their teachers, friends and family, and the film going public to join us as we screen the films and judge the prize winners.
British Art Show is the largest touring exhibition of contemporary art in the UK, giving people in cities across the country the opportunity to engage with work by the most exciting artists in Britain.
Diversity Business Incubator, Arts University Plymouth and Give Back Project Plymouth invite you to a cultural day event at Arts University Plymouth. It is a great way to end the month’s worth of events and celebrations. Join us for a weekend of art, music, entertainment, and food! Free and open to all.
Come along to this Online Information Event from 10am-11.30am (GMT) on Tuesday 1st November and discover how you can start your creative studies in January 2023 through our BA (Hons) distance learning courses.