Picturehouse Entertainment Acquisitions Manager Paul Ridd reports back on some of the highlights of this year’s edition of the Sundance Film Festival.
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.
Film writer Elena Lazic talks all things Babyteeth.
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.
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.
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.
What makes Blindspotting essential viewing is the way it overthrows the classic cinematic trope that shows friendship as a solution to racism.
Winocour finds a perfect and productive balance between moments of tenderness and those of explosive violence.
At Picturehouse, our team are driving on with our new menu development, working with fresh ingredients to deliver delicious and exciting new dishes.
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.
Bill Pohlad's 2015 feature Love & Mercy is ostensibly a biopic of Beach Boys co-founder and leader Brian Wilson.
Paul Ridd takes a closer look at Ryan Coogler’s powerful debut feature, Fruitvale Station.
We spoke to The Last Tree director Shola Amoo.
As Clint Eastwood turns 90 years old, Paul Ridd looks back at the actor turned director’s impressive Hollywood career.
We spoke to writer/director Francis Lee (God's Own Country).
Paul Ridd looks at the wealth of classic films recently added to the BBC streaming service.
We spoke to director Nadine Labaki (Capernaum, Caramel).
This week's home screening recommendation is Bong Joon-ho's fourth feature film Mother from 2009, an intricately formed and superbly acted Korean thriller.
Join us again for our dish of the month at home, giving us feedback and suggestions for future dishes.
With this year's Cannes Film Festival cancelled, Clare Binns, Picturehouse Joint Managing Director, took the opportunity to look back over the last ten years of the festival, picking out twelve of the very best films that have premiered there.
We spoke to Mirrah Foulkes, director of Judy & Punch.
Irrfan Khan will be best remembered for bridging the worlds of Hollywood and Bollywood in a series of blockbusters and acclaimed independent films.
We spoke to writer / director Jim Hosking (The Greasy Strangler, An Evening With Beverly Luff Linn).
This time last year Booksmart hit UK cinemas. The film was a smash for Picturehouse, playing at our flagship venue — Picturehouse Central — for a whopping twelve weeks straight!
We spoke to award-winning screenwriter Emma Jane Unsworth.
A brief message from Matthew Cutler, General Manager of East Dulwich Picturehouse & Cafe.
It has become one of the most widely celebrated in Brando's acting career and one that is arguably more subtle and sensitive than his memorable "I could have been a contender" monologue.
Our Food and Beverage team are working (and tasting!) tirelessly to deliver a new mouth-watering menu. Join us in our endeavour and try our dish of the month at home, giving us feedback and suggestions for future dishes.