30 Mar 23
Whatever type of film floats your boat, if you are aged 16—25 and want to join our group of Fresh Takes film reviewers, we want to hear from you!
To be eligible you need to be signed up for the free Picturehouse U25 scheme for 16—25-year-olds — find out more at picturehouses.com/u25.
Once you are signed up for the U25 scheme, register your interest in becoming a film reviewer by completing this form.
If you are selected to be a Fresh Takes reviewer and write a piece about a film for us, we will provide a pair of free tickets to see the film at your local Picturehouse and ask that you provide a review of no longer than 250 words within 48 hours of viewing the film.
Reviews will be shared on our website at picturehouse.com/freshtakes and the best review each month will receive a free year's membership for their Local Picturehouse.
*As well as enabling you to be a Fresh Takes reviewer, you will get access to cinema tickets at Picturehouse cinemas Monday—Thursday for just £5.99 (£4.99 outside of London).
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.