20 May 20
Tomorrow directed by Cyril Dion and Mélanie Laurent. It's French film (originally titled Demain) about 2 actors who go around the world exploring different ways to live life and doing things to help the environment.
I'm reading Resist, a book about activism. Where I live in Lebanon over 50% of people are living below the poverty line. There was a revolution here in October last year, now there is a limit to how much money people can take out of the banks. The country is also under lockdown, but people are having to break it to go out and earn some money still.
I'm currently working with my husband and a group of friends and artists on a song that encourages people to grow seeds and vegetables in their homes, on their balconies and on their rooftops to promote sustainable living, especially during these difficult times.
Nadine Labaki's latest film Capernaum is now available to watch at home.
Capernaum was recently included in Cate Blanchett's Films For Hope selection. Watch the video here.
Watch our full interview with Nadine Labaki earlier this year here.
It's that time of year again – time to take a look back at a year's worth of UK theatrical releases and find out our favourites at Picturehouse.
2020's inaugural video comes from our grand, new Fulham Road Picturehouse and features the best of a brand new year of movies.
Picturehouse Entertainment's very own Paul Ridd talks about the exciting rollercoaster of a ride that is finding new films to release.
We've teamed up with our friends at SodaStream to give away three Crystal Sparkling Water Makers which will help you reduce your single-use plastic bottles.
Picturehouse Staff Reviews: Chris Parker on The Last Waltz (1978) and Jack Toye on Don't Look Now (1973).