Hope Hopkinson talks to director Ira Sachs about his new film Passages.
Did you know that Picturehouse Cinemas are home to the UK's longest-running cinema podcast? The Love Of Cinema, proudly supported by Kia.
Felicity Beckett talks to director Kenneth Branagh about his new film, Belfast.
This month we're joined by guest film critics Anna Smith (Girls On Film Podcast) and Peter Bradshaw (The Guardian). As well as directors Gina Prince-Bythewood (The Woman King), and David O’Russell (Amsterdam) to talk about their new films.
In this shorter episode, host Sam Clements talks on Zoom to writer and director Ben Wheatley (Kill List, High Rise, A Field In England) about his new film, In The Earth.
This week, we are joined by Cary Joji Fukunaga, the director of the latest James Bond outing, No Time To Die, to discuss working on the film.
Corrina Antrobus invites The Last Tree writer-director Shola Amoo and lead actor Sam Adewunmi interview each other.
Sarah Cook meets with writer-director Lulu Wang to talk about her new film The Farewell.
Sam Clements talks to writer and director Ryusuke Hamaguchi (濱口 竜介) about his new film Drive My Car (ドライブ・マイ・カー) in cinemas from Friday 19 November.
Sam Clements talks to writer & director Céline Sciamma about her latest film, Petite Maman, which is in cinemas now.
We talk to Disney’s Encanto co-writers and directors Jared Bush and Charise Castro Smith.
Felicity Beckett talks to director Valdimar Jóhannsson and star Noomi Rapace about their new film Lamb.
Sam is joined by Picturehouse Cinemas’ Joint Managing Director Clare Binns, Director of Programming Carol McKay and Director of Operations Jon Perry to discuss some of the best (and worst) films from the year.
Felicity Beckett talks to writer-director Julia Ducournau about her Palme D’Or winning movie, Titane. In cinemas now.
Film critic Hanna Flint talks to legendary director Paul Thomas Anderson about his new film, Licorice Pizza. In UK cinemas now!
Film critic Amon Warmann interviews Pedro Almodóvar about his new film, Parallel Mothers, in cinemas now.
In this shorter episode, host Sam Clements talks on Zoom to writer and director Ira Sachs (Love Is Strange, Little Men, Keep The Lights On) about his new film, Frankie.
This week, we're joined by guest film critics Rhianna Dhillon and James King to discuss A Quiet Place Part II, Supernova, The Reason I Jump and In The Heights.
This week, we're joined by guest film critics Anna Smith and Larushka Ivan-Zedeh to discuss Another Round, Summer Of Soul, The Sparks Brothers and Deerskin.
In this shorter episode, host Sam Clements talks on Zoom to Black Widow director Cate Shortland (Lore, Somersault) about her new Marvel Studios film.
This week, we're joined by guest film critics Corrina Antrobus and Beth Webb to discuss Censor, The Nest and Zola.
This week, director Shawn Levy (Night at the Museum, Real Steel) stops by to talk about his latest film, Free Guy. Playing at Picturehouse cinemas this August.
Sam Clements is joined by actor Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, the star of Nia DaCosta’s Candyman, to talk about his work on the movie.
Sam is joined by Corrina Antrobus, Codie Entwistle and Clare Binns to look back on the cinematic highlights of 2018.
Sam and Simon discuss Star Wars: The Last Jedi and talk to director Rian Johnson.
Sam Clements and Corrina Antrobus talk about what they've recently seen at the cinema, including Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon A Time In Hollywood. Plus, Sam talks to Quentin Tarantino!
Inside Picturehouse host Felicity Beckett sits down with director Pablo Larraín to talk about his new film, Spencer. In cinemas now.
Felicity Beckett talks to celebrated screenwriter Paul Laverty about his new film, Sorry We Missed You, directed by Ken Loach, in cinemas now.
This week, we're joined by guest film critics Katie Smith-Wong and Kelechi Ehenulo to discuss Reggie Yates’ feature debut Pirates, Petite Maman and more.