We're thrilled to be bringing the masterminds at INEOS on board to support Picturehouse Recommends.
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.
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.
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.
Before you see Decision To Leave (because we know you will) why not get to know director Park Chan-wook a little better...
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.
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.
See How They Run, a murder mystery with a witty sense of humour at its heart and the ensemble cast to pull it off.
Hatching never limits itself to boilerplate horror, often toying with genre expectations. In cinemas from Friday 16 September.
In a special Picturehouse season we showcase the work of Blaxploitation heroine Pam Grier…
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.
Picturehouse Entertainment's very own Paul Ridd talks about the exciting rollercoaster of a ride that is finding new films to release.
One of the great joys of watching a film at the cinema is experiencing a story so remarkable that it stays with you after you leave.
Irrfan Khan will be best remembered for bridging the worlds of Hollywood and Bollywood in a series of blockbusters and acclaimed independent films.
Beth Webb talks about Shola Amoo's The Last Tree which is out in cinemas Fri 27 Sep.
Awarded the Prize of Originality at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival, Lamb is quite unlike anything else you’re likely to see at the cinema this year.
We are excited to announce that while you couldn't go to Sundance, we have collaborated once again with the Sundance Institute to bring Sundance to you, digitally.
Charlie Fellowes, founder of Edel Assanti gallery, on the artwork by Dale Lewis being installed in Finsbury Park Picturehouse…
Danny Boyle takes time out from sound mixing for his latest film yesterday, to join film writer James Mottram for a quick chat.
You’ve made a watchlist, we’re checking it twice – and the films on show this festive season are nothing but nice. Explore what’s on at Picturehouse this December...
The director on The Sparks Brothers and Last Night In Soho and the joys of seeing them on a big Picturehouse screen…
We spoke to writer / director Jim Hosking (The Greasy Strangler, An Evening With Beverly Luff Linn).
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.