James Mottram Rupert Goold's Judy, starring Renée Zellweger. Out in cinemas Web 2 Sep.
Disney's live action reboot of the much-loved animation roars into cinemas this summer.
Neil Smith takes a look at Ron Howard's defining biopic about astonishing opera singer Luciano Pavarotti, as he swaps big-screen blockbusters for one of the biggest voices of them all.
Picturehouse is spreading its wings, with plans to screen outdoors at new pop-up sites in Edinburgh, York and Chester, as well as returning to ones in Bath, Henley, Norwich and Southampton.
Beth Webb talks about Shola Amoo's The Last Tree which is out in cinemas Fri 27 Sep.
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...
Journalist Jimmy Nsubuga talks about Todd Phillips' Joker, starring Joaquin Phoenix. Out in cinemas Friday 4 October.
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.
Diego Maradona's unrivalled sporting prowess is legendary, thanks to a career spanning more than two decades, four World Cups and hundreds of goals.
Imagine travelling back to 1972, to a Baptist Church in Los Angeles, just in time for Aretha Franklin to deliver a performance that would go down in history.
Tolkien is a vibrant story detailing the rush of first love and the thrill of new friendships. Get ready to find out what helped influence and inspire some of the best-loved novels in the world.
Film writer Adam Smith introduces some upcoming releases to get excited for over the coming months including Downton Abbey, Blinded By The Light and Inna De Yard.
Few film-makers have ever changed Hollywood as quickly or as profoundly as Quentin Tarantino. Film writer Helen O'Hara gives us a glimpse at the remarkable career of Mr QT himself.
Film writer Damon Wise discusses Chris Morris' The Day Shall Come out in cinemas Friday 11 October.
Woody, Buzz and the gang return with a fourth feature-length adventure in what is surely the most beloved animated franchise of all time.
Ella Kemp finds out that the only way to tell his story is to live his fantasy. This is a film that takes stock of John's life and launches its own toe-tapping fairytale into the stratosphere.
The magic comes to life as Disney gives the classic story a fresh and vibrant makeover, with a brand new live-action version, starring none other than Will Smith.
Film writer Adam Smith offers us a bluffer's guide to all things Claire Denis.
Damon Wise talks about US sleeper hit Eighth Grade, a heart-melting study of teenage anxiety written and directed by YouTube comedian Bo Burnham.
Rosé is undeniably the drink for balmy summer days and long, bright evenings. Film writer Jamie Ford introduces two of our favourites.
2019 marks the 30th birthdays of Picturehouse Cinemas and Empire magazine, brands that have shaped movie-going across generations.
Journalist Ed Gibbs talks about BAFTA-winning film-maker John Crowley's The Goldfinch.
Picturehouse Staff Reviews: Chris Parker on The Last Waltz (1978) and Jack Toye on Don't Look Now (1973).
There's a new Picturehouse Ident in town! In collaboration with creative studio Picturesmith, the new ident contains 50 seconds of movie magic to celebrate the cinema experience.
Adam Smith talks top ten of the best off-beat Sci-Fi movies on the planet. From tightly wound dystopian gem Escape From New York to touching cult classic Dark Star. Let the countdown begin!
National Theatre Live has gone from success to success in its first decade. There have been more than 80 productions broadcasts, reaching almost nine million people across the globe.
Picturehouse Entertainment's very own Paul Ridd talks about the exciting rollercoaster of a ride that is finding new films to release.
Danny Boyle takes time out from sound mixing for his latest film yesterday, to join film writer James Mottram for a quick chat.