You know when a romcom hits Cupid’s target, because it makes you fall back in love with love. Rye Lane does that with a hip, heartfelt ode to London’s infinite variety.
Facing off against giant dragons and a trio of immortal beings with a powerful new weapon, Shazam! Fury Of The Gods will be Billy’s biggest endurance test yet.
This thoroughly British comedy about care for the elderly and our beloved NHS – which marks its 75th anniversary this year – comes from the pens of national treasure Alan Bennett.
A deeply moving experience, Close leaves a mark not just through its performances but through the elegant cinematography from cinematographer Frank van den Eeden.
B Corporations, or ‘B Corps’, are shaping the future of Picturehouse’s food. But what does that mean, and why does it matter?
An explorer plumbs the depths of a distant-future dystopia in Junk Head, a stop-motion animation project once hailed by Guillermo del Toro as “a one-man band work of deranged brilliance”.
Michael B. Jordan steps into the role of director for the first time with Creed III. The story continues as a fresh tale of a battle for the heavyweight boxing title as Creed faces a new, dangerous rival.
Post-pandemic, huge movies are back with a vengeance. We highlight the big-screen delights 2023 has to offer.
Following the success of Ticket To Paradise, the big-screen rom-com revival continues apace with legendary Working Title producers Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner bringing us What’s Love Got To Do With It?
The Japanese master behind Like Father, Like Son and Shoplifters is back with Broker, a different kind of family drama. Here, he talks dinner with Bong Joon-ho, learning from his actors and his favourite cinema-going experiences...
A break from the big-budget world of 007 and 1917, Mendes heads for the relatively humble British seaside, and with the support of a star-studded cast, masterful cinematography and mesmerising score.
Chazelle reunites with cinematographer Linus Sandgren and composer Justin Hurwitz from La La Land (both Oscar winners for their work on that film) to bring this old world to life with brand new pizzazz.
The films of Hirokazu Kore-eda are intimate perfectly formed slices of humanity.
Following up her acclaimed 2019 film Clemency, co-writer-director Chinonye Chukwu puts the tragic story on screen for the first time with a blistering but clear-eyed vision that makes the story feel more resonant and relevant than ever.
What Wells has crafted in Aftersun feels rare: a film that captures a time and place so intimately yet universally, a story of familial love so fragile yet headstrong.
Directors Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne have built up an extraordinary body of work that unites a keen social conscience with incredible and thrilling drama. With their newest offering, they again confirm their status as two of Europe’s most remarkable and special auteurs.
With scant hard evidence to go on, O'Connor could let her imagination rip. Emily the movie is a potent blend of historical fact and fantasy. Emily is in cinemas from Friday 14 October.
Hawkins has brought deft layers of texture to likeable underdog roles, and once again it's her subtle shades of vulnerability that make her character a woman we naturally care about. The Lost King is in cinemas now.
Hatching never limits itself to boilerplate horror, often toying with genre expectations. In cinemas from Friday 16 September.
Six years after we last saw Hollywood heavyweights Julia Roberts and George Clooney together on screen, they are finally reunited for this new adventure, which promises to be the hottest film of the year.
Before you see Decision To Leave (because we know you will) why not get to know director Park Chan-wook a little better...
Lesley Manville is having a moment. More than four decades after her first appearance on our screens, she is bringing her career to a whole new level.
In a special Picturehouse season we showcase the work of Blaxploitation heroine Pam Grier…
See How They Run, a murder mystery with a witty sense of humour at its heart and the ensemble cast to pull it off.
You'd be hard-pressed to find two "buzzier" names in Hollywood than Florence Pugh and Harry Styles right now. In cinemas from Friday 23 September.
A spirited, take-no-prisoners romp that is poised to be one hell of a contender come awards season. The Woman King is in cinemas now.
Reggie Yates is the English writer/director of Pirates, a laugh-out-loud comedy set in London about three teenage friends trying to get into an exclusive party on New Year's Eve, 1999.