18 Nov 22
Join FEELS. at the beautiful Finsbury Park Picturehouse for another Short Film Night celebrating Black, Brown and underrepresented filmmakers in partnership with Picturehouse Cinemas and Dark Matter.
Doors open at 18.00 and the screening starts promptly at 18.30. Drinks, music and good vibes to follow in the Members Bar from 20.30.
FEELS. For the Lovers — Book Now
FEELS. Is back with another short film night, but this time it's a Valentines Special - for all the lovers.
We have a host of short films exploring love in all its capacities - love exists beyond romance and is truly everywhere if you look hard enough. It lives between friends, family, faith - within us. And then with love comes loss, compromise and of course, what is love without a dating disaster? Come along as we unpack it all.
FEELS. International Women's Day.
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The night is curated and hosted by Aleah Scott, founder of FEELS. and Audience Development Assistant at Picturehouse.
FEELS. celebrates short-form content across the board, from music videos to documentaries and everything in between.
Could this be Ken Loach's swansong? Our most grounded storyteller, voice of reason and all-round man of the people claims his ageing faculties prevent him from making any more films. Judging by this timely and moving story, we beg to differ. There’s plenty, it seems, left in the tank.
Picturehouse is coming to Ealing! The cinema will be an eight-screen cinema opening later this year, with a café, bar and kiosk.
Two Oscar-winning cinematic legends – Michael Caine and the late, much- missed Glenda Jackson – are reunited on screen in this uplifting and inspirational drama.
To celebrate the release of The Old Oak, we've teamed up with Studiocanal to bring you a collection of photographs that give us a glimpse into the story of the film.
If you want to know European cinema - really know European cinema - you have to know Cristian Mungiu.