Cinemas are not just reopening, they are returning safer, smarter and with more choice than ever before. Joint managing director Clare Binns explains…
Charlie Fellowes, founder of Edel Assanti gallery, on the artwork by Dale Lewis being installed in Finsbury Park Picturehouse…
The director on The Sparks Brothers and Last Night In Soho and the joys of seeing them on a big Picturehouse screen…
Writer Hannah Woodhead talks about the upcoming film Frankie. The wonderful chemistry between Isabelle Huppert and Gleeson, two actors at the top of their game.
Picturehouse Entertainment Acquisitions Manager Paul Ridd reports back on some of the highlights of this year’s edition of the Sundance Film Festival.
Bill Pohlad's 2015 feature Love & Mercy is ostensibly a biopic of Beach Boys co-founder and leader Brian Wilson.
The French actress heads into space for Proxima. In this exclusive interview, she talks astronaut training and her fear of heights…
Introducing the French writer/director behind Proxima, a drama about a French astronaut (Eva Green) reconciling her upcoming space mission with the impending separation from her daughter.
Mark the date in your calendar - this October sees a celebration of black filmmakers at your local Picturehouse. Jimmy Nsubuga takes a look at what's on offer...
Film writer Damon Wise discusses Chris Morris' The Day Shall Come out in cinemas Friday 11 October.
Paul Ridd takes a closer look at Ryan Coogler’s powerful debut feature, Fruitvale Station.
The cinema is now so buzzy and full of life. I still get a thrill every time I walk in. That feeling has not changed since we opened five years ago today.
At Picturehouse, our team are driving on with our new menu development, working with fresh ingredients to deliver delicious and exciting new dishes.
Winocour finds a perfect and productive balance between moments of tenderness and those of explosive violence.
What makes Blindspotting essential viewing is the way it overthrows the classic cinematic trope that shows friendship as a solution to racism.
As we get ready to open the doors of our beloved cinemas, we wanted to take a moment to look at the upcoming films from our distribution arm, Picturehouse Entertainment.
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.
Film critic James Mottram calls Proxima hugely watchable. This drama of the heart takes place on a grand canvas and shot in actual training facilities, adding to the stunning, rocket-fuelled realism.
Film writer Elena Lazic talks all things Babyteeth.
Disney's live action reboot of the much-loved animation roars into cinemas this summer.
Woody, Buzz and the gang return with a fourth feature-length adventure in what is surely the most beloved animated franchise of all time.
Oscar-winner Emma Thompson returns in Mindy Kaling's new film Late Night.
Film writer Damon Wise discusses why Quentin Tarantino was born to direct his new movie Once Upon A Time…In Hollywood.