Engineering Plymouth filmPlymouth Arts Centre at Plymouth College of Art, Tavistock Place, Plymouth PL4 8AT

Screening 1: 2.30pm to 2.50pm
Screening 2: 3pm to 3.20pm
Screening 3: 3.30pm to 3.50pm

Come and watch the brilliant ‘Engineering Plymouth’ film which was commissioned by the Institution of Civil Engineers South West, as part of its 200th anniversary.

14 regional partners and 30 contributing organisations were involved in its creation, including The Box, Plymouth. The film celebrates how civil engineers have helped shape Plymouth and transform the way we live.

Narrated by Dawn French, this monumental production brings 500 years of engravings and archive photography to life, following the city’s journey through time before focusing on its future and the people tasked with its current civil engineering projects.

Using present day aerial drone, hyper-lapse and 360-degree action cinematography the final film displays Plymouth and its heritage to stunning effect.

The running time for the film is approximately 17 minutes.

Free. Tickets available on the door.

If you would like to find out even more about the film it will be screened alongside a special talk by Director, Jevan Chowdhury and Media Archivist, Stacey Anderson from 6pm. £2 per person. Tickets available on the door. Find out more here.