Before you see Decision To Leave (because we know you will) why not get to know director Park Chan-wook a little better...
You'd be hard-pressed to find two "buzzier" names in Hollywood than Florence Pugh and Harry Styles right now. In cinemas from Friday 23 September.
Six years after we last saw Hollywood heavyweights Julia Roberts and George Clooney together on screen, they are finally reunited for this new adventure, which promises to be the hottest film of the year.
See How They Run, a murder mystery with a witty sense of humour at its heart and the ensemble cast to pull it off.
Hatching never limits itself to boilerplate horror, often toying with genre expectations. In cinemas from Friday 16 September.
In a special Picturehouse season we showcase the work of Blaxploitation heroine Pam Grier…
Elvis is shaping up to be a film experience that will undoubtedly shake, rattle and roll. Elvis is in cinemas from Fri 24 Jun.
Beth Webb talks about Shola Amoo's The Last Tree which is out in cinemas Fri 27 Sep.
You’ve made a watchlist, we’re checking it twice – and the films on show this festive season are nothing but nice. Explore what’s on at Picturehouse this December...
Reggie Yates is the English writer/director of Pirates, a laugh-out-loud comedy set in London about three teenage friends trying to get into an exclusive party on New Year's Eve, 1999.
One of the great joys of watching a film at the cinema is experiencing a story so remarkable that it stays with you after you leave.
Awarded the Prize of Originality at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival, Lamb is quite unlike anything else you’re likely to see at the cinema this year.
Kenneth Branagh took Agatha Christie’s 1934 novel Murder On The Orient Express and made it new, injecting an oft-told tale with a light touch, high style and international stars, while never softening Christie’s twists and turns.
We're once again entering the MCU Multiverse with Doctor Strange in The Multiverse Of Madness.
A cinema experience as transporting and generous as The Souvenir Part II doesn’t come along too often – don’t miss the chance to see this one on the big screen.
These films represent some of the best of Polish cinema.
Journalist Jimmy Nsubuga talks about Todd Phillips' Joker, starring Joaquin Phoenix. Out in cinemas Friday 4 October.
The wait is, at last, over. After months of anticipation, the dramatic reimagining of Gotham City’s Caped Crusader is finally here. And, Tickets are on sale now!
These films are thought-provoking and transcend cinema, leaving you to question everything.
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.
Harbour Highlights is a series of cult and classic favourites handpicked by the Harbour Lights staff. This month, Duty Manager Trev explains why he chose Luc Besson's Léon.
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.