05 Sep 19
At Picturehouse, we find a trip to the cinema often stokes a healthy debate. We've therefore teamed up with Laphroaig whisky which similarly provokes strong but divided opinion. Over the coming months, Laphroaig will be supporting our member's free previews as well as stocking our bars and offering free samples.
Since 1815, a small team of distillers have combined ancient skills, a dedication to quality and the soft, peaty water of the Kilbride Stream to create what is considered to be the most distinctive single malt in the world. Laphroaig is an acquired taste for some, an essential taste for many - and for those who embrace it, a friend for life.
To celebrate our new partnership, we'll be giving away one pair of tickets each week to a Picturehouse Recommends film. Post your thoughts of Laphroaig on social using #OpinionsWelcome and tagging your local Picturehouse - our favourite review (good or bad!) will get a free pair of tickets.
Few film-makers have ever changed Hollywood as quickly or as profoundly as Quentin Tarantino. Film writer Helen O'Hara gives us a glimpse at the remarkable career of Mr QT himself.
Picturehouse Staff have been polled and Sam Clements is here to announce the best films of 2015 according to our film-loving employees.
We talk to Mia Wasikowska and Director Mirrah Foulkes.
We talk to A Beautiful Day In The Neighbourhood director Marielle Haller.
Jessie Buckley is an unstoppable force of nature in Wild Rose, a Glaswegian drama peppered with foot-tapping country songs that cements its star firmly at the forefront of new British talent.