14 May 21
Clare Dunne, Harriet Walter, Conleth Hill, Ian Lloyd Anderson
This powerful, hard-hitting drama has been winning plaudits and prizes galore since it debuted at the Sundance Film Festival last year, and rightly so. Its star, Clare Dunne, co-wrote the screenplay in between acting jobs, and draws on the housing crisis that's plagued her native Ireland and the UK. She plays hard-working mother of two Sandra, who after finding herself unfairly thwarted by the system, takes matters into her own hands and begins to build her family a home herself – from scratch. The subject is tenderly handled by British director Phyllida Lloyd (The Iron Lady, Mama Mia!) with the help of an impressive supporting cast. This is a thoughtful, important film that doesn't shy away from the tough realities Sandra and her children face, yet offers a universal message of hope and redemption.
The Arts Picturehouse are thrilled to be partnering with The Watersprite Film Festival Youth Programming Group to present their new Pop-Up cinema project: ‘An Intro To…’.
Picturehouse Green Screen proudly presents The Oil Machine plus panel tour (at select cinemas). Some of the UK's leading thinkers, activists and politicians will be attending this national tour.
FEELS has partnered up with Picturehouse Cinemas and Dark Matter to bring you a short film night and networking space for Black and Brown filmmakers aged 18-35. RSVP now!
From familiar favourites to the brilliantly unconventional, turn a page this year and join us for Christmas Stories: a season of the best in festive film.
Get gifting with our limited edition Christmas gift crackers. Secret Santa? Sorted! They're perfect to share at Christmas dinner or the perfect gift for the film lover in your life. Our gift crackers will be exclusively available to buy in-cinema, and they're limited edition – so don't miss out!