28 Mar 19
Our Autism Friendly screenings are adapted in a variety of ways to help reduce anxiety and over-stimulation and ensure a safe, enjoyable cinema experience for people with autism, and their families, friends and carers.
Director: Jill Culton, Todd Wilderman
Starring: Chloe Bennet, Claudia Kim, Tenzing Norgay Trainor, Albert Tsai
Duration: 97 min
DreamWorks Animation and Pearl Studio's co-production Abominable takes audiences on an epic 3,000-mile journey from the streets of Shanghai to the breathtaking Himalayan snowscapes. When a mischievous group of friends encounter a young Yeti, they embark upon an epic quest to reunite the magical creature with his family at the highest point on Earth.
Director: Will Becher, Richard Phelan
Starring: Justin Fletcher, John Sparkes, Kate Harbour
Duration: 87 min
Shaun is back! And there's a new arrival in town who's a little alien...meet LU-LA. Strange lights over the quiet town of Mossingham herald the arrival of a mystery visitor from far across the galaxy… When the intergalactic visitor – an impish and adorable alien called LU-LA – crash-lands near Mossy Bottom Farm, Shaun soon sees an opportunity for alien-powered fun and adventure and sets off on a mission to shepherd LU-LA home. Her magical alien powers, irrepressible mischief and galactic sized burps soon have the flock enchanted. Shaun takes his new extra-terrestrial friend on the road to Mossingham Forest to find her lost spaceship, unaware that a sinister alien-hunting agency is on their trail. Can Shaun and the flock avert Farmageddon on Mossy Bottom Farm before it's too late?
Director: Andrew Stanton
Starring: Garrett Palmer, John Ratzenberger, Sigourney Weaver, Fred Willard
In the distant future, a small waste-collecting robot inadvertently embarks on a space journey that will ultimately decide the fate of mankind.
Director: Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee
Starring: Kristen Bell, Josh Gad, Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff, Evan Rachel Wood, Sterling K. Brown
"Far away, as north as we can go, once stood an enchanted forest." So begins the new fairy-tale animated musical from the creative team of Disney's 2013 Oscar-winning FROZEN. The original cast are reunited as snow queen Elsa, Princess Anna, Sámi iceman Kristoff, reindeer Sven and Olaf the cheery snowman. Leaving their kingdom of Arundelle, the friends set out in search of secrets from the past, following a mysterious call from the north. Once Queen Elsa feared her icy powers were too much for the world, but in FROZEN 2 she must hope they are enough. Visually sumptuous, FROZEN 2 promises explosions of stars, ice magic, horse-shaped water spirits, and all accompanied by terrific, memorable songs. Enchantment, fun and the perfect family outing.
The Ritzy, Brixton – third Sunday of each month at 11am
East Dulwich Picturehouse – third Sunday of each month at 10am
Greenwich Picturehouse – third Sunday of each month at 10am
Stratford East Picturehouse – third Sunday of each month at 12pm
Hackney Picturehouse – third Sunday of each month at 11am
Crouch End Picturehouse – third Sunday of each month at 10am
Clapham Picturehouse – third Sunday of each month at 11am
West Norwood - third Sunday of each month at 11am
The Duke of York's, Brighton – third Sunday of each month at 10am
Arts Picturehouse, Cambridge – third Sunday of each month at 11am
Exeter Picturehouse – third Sunday of each month at 11am
The Regal, Henley – third Sunday of each month at 11am
Ashford, Kent - third Sunday of each month at 11am
Cinema City, Norwich – third Sunday of each month at 10:30am
Phoenix Picturehouse, Oxford – third Sunday of each month at 11am
Harbour Lights, Southampton – third Sunday of each month at 10:30am
Little Theatre Cinema, Bath – third Sunday of each month at 10:30am
City Screen, York – second Sunday of each month at 11:15am
Picturehouse at FACT, Liverpool – every Sunday at 11:30am
Film writer Damon Wise discusses why Quentin Tarantino was born to direct his new movie Once Upon A Time…In Hollywood.
In celebration of Black History Month, filmmaker Tristan Bejawn created a video series on identity inspired by Shola Amoo's film The Last Tree.
The wonderful Florence Pugh talks about the excitement around Greta Gerwig's Little Women and how even being considered for a role was a career highlight.
See four recent classics of the genre at the one-day festival on Saturday, 7 September!
Mark the date in your calendar - this October sees a celebration of black filmmakers at your local Picturehouse. Jimmy Nsubuga takes a look at what's on offer...