31 Jan 20
Lead actor Song Kang Ho discusses his role as the the 'everyman pushed to the limit' in director Bong Joon Ho's cinematic masterpiece Parasite. Swinging between hilarity and horror, the film explores the widening gulf between the super-rich and the extreme poor and the devastation and humiliation wreaked by the inability to earn a living. Palme D'or winner and Best Picture nominee, Parasite is "a comedy without clowns and a tragedy without villains."
Call it chance, call it destiny – whichever it is, there’s something truly magical about a random encounter between like-minded souls inspiring an incredible Cannes-winning debut film. In cinemas 9 June.
The Sundance Film Festival returns to the capital with its best line-up yet...
Picturehouse is delighted to announce Green Screen Celebrates Great Big Green Week with four moving, exhilarating, motivating and completely unique environmental documentaries.
The Little Mermaid will soon be part of our world again – the live-action world, that is – and it's set to be a fantastical life aquatic. In cinemas now.
We sat down with Paul Schrader, the great American iconoclast behind the likes of American Gigolo, First Reformed, Taxi Driver (with Martin Scorsese), and his most recent film Master Gardener, starring Joel Edgerton and Sigourney Weaver.