These films represent some of the best of Polish cinema.
These films are thought-provoking and transcend cinema, leaving you to question everything.
These films represent some of the most stylish and extravagant lifestyles on screen, from luxurious parties to outlandish living
Learn more about the culinary delights of our new menu from one of the talented taste-makers behind our food and drinks team.
In conjunction with Matthew Barney: Redoubt at Hayward Gallery, this iconic cinematic event is coming to Picturehouse…
Find the next big thing or uncover a classic in our two reinvigorated programming strands.
Picturehouse reDiscover celebrates one of cinema’s most immersive visionaries: lose yourself in the world of Wong Kar-wai.
With more than 50 big screen roles under his belt, Jude Law’s latest in Sean Durkin’s The Nest could well be the finest of them all....
This August, immerse yourself into these five incredible films this August. With the chilling crime thriller of Wildland to the operatic encore masterpiece that is Tosca, there is something for everyone to enjoy this summer.
From Alfred Hitchcock's classics to the oceanic chills of Jaws, thriller scores are perfectly designed to put you in the mood for danger. Here are ten of the best
Beth Webb talks about Shola Amoo's The Last Tree which is out in cinemas Fri 27 Sep.
James Mottram Rupert Goold's Judy, starring Renée Zellweger. Out in cinemas Web 2 Sep.
These five Scandinavian crime thrillers represent some of the best of Nordic noir, from police procedurals to criminal mishaps.
Journalist Jimmy Nsubuga talks about Todd Phillips' Joker, starring Joaquin Phoenix. Out in cinemas Friday 4 October.
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.
We spoke to Mirrah Foulkes, director of Judy & Punch.
Picturehouse Entertainment's very own Paul Ridd talks about the exciting rollercoaster of a ride that is finding new films to release.
Irrfan Khan will be best remembered for bridging the worlds of Hollywood and Bollywood in a series of blockbusters and acclaimed independent films.
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.
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.