03 Mar 20
Welcome to E4 Big Screen Previews! If you're 16 to 25 years old, you can see films for free before anyone else at Picturehouse Cinemas across the land.
In order to book tickets with E4 Big Screen, you need to first sign up to a free MyPicturehouse account. When signing up you'll need to enter your date of birth: if the date you enter doesn't fall within the 16-25 age range, you won't be able to book tickets. Once you're signed up, make sure you're logged in and you'll be able to book tickets to E4 Big Screen Previews!
Already signed up to MyPicturehouse? Make sure you're logged in to book your free ticket. If you're a current E4 Slackers Club member, you can use your existing membership number to book tickets. Just make sure you're signed in on the Picturehouse website.
In 1970, the Miss World competition took place in London, watched on TV by over 100 million viewers around the world. Claiming that beauty competitions demeaned women, the newly formed Women's Liberation Movement invaded the stage and disrupted the live broadcast. In a matter of hours, a global audience would witness the patriarchy driven from the stage and the Western ideal of beauty turned on its head.
Bromley Picturehouse | 21.00
Clapham Picturehouse | 21.00
Crouch End Picturehouse | 20.15
East Dulwich Picturehouse | 20.45
Fulham Road | 20.30
Greenwich Picturehouse | 20.45
Hackney Picturehouse | 21.00
Picturehouse Central | 21.10
Ritzy, Brixton | 21.00
Stratford, London | 20.30
West Norwood | 20.30
Ashford | 20.30
Cambridge Arts Picturehouse | 21.00
Cameo Picturehouse | 21.00
Cinema City, Norwich | 20.45
City Screen, York | 20.45
Duke's at Komedia | 21.00
Exeter Picturehouse | 21.00
Harbour Lights, Southampton | 18.00
Little Theatre, Bath | 20.30
Liverpool FACT | 21.10
Phoenix, Oxford | 21.00
Regal, Henley | 20.30
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We talk to Birds Of Prey Director Cathy Yan.