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Introducing the new Picturehouse Cinemas ident!

For the Picturehouse Cinemas ident for 2014/15 we thought we’d try something a little bit different. We wanted our new short film to capture the essence of our 19 cinemas, and we teamed up with production company… 188 more words

Film

ART/FILM REVIEW: HOCKNEY Première w/Live Interview, PictureHouse Cinema, Hebden Bridge

As a teenager growing up in the seventies, modern art was a distinctly alien concept to me. Frankly, I couldn’t see how it bore any relation to my world in either language or appearance. 1,106 more words

Film & Vision

PALO ALTO: Discover Tuesdays 18/11

This week Frances Taylor, office manager at Picturehouse HQ, takes a look at today’s Discover Tuesdays presentation of Gia Coppola debut feature PALO ALTO

Palo Alto, California. 341 more words

Film

Vintage Sundays: ZABRISKIE POINT

Like our weekly Discover Tuesdays initiative and specially curated strands such as Culture Shock, Vintage Sundays is all about celebrating a diversity of cinema culture on the big screen at Picturehouse. 456 more words

Film

Brixton Ritzy latest: we have our happy Hollywood ending

Whoooop! On Monday I wrote of the Brixton Ritzy that “Next time you see one of those nicey-nicey adds for Picturehouse Cinemas that run before every screening, with smiling staff tending to enraptured patrons over Stuart Hancock’s beautiful and elegiac score, you have my permission to vomit into your box of overpriced popcorn.” 235 more words

Brixton Ritzy strike latest: Curzon announces London Living Wage for staff

The Brixton Ritzy strike is playing out like a movie. How long before it joins the miners’ strike film Pride, ironically still playing at the Ritzy, on the big screen? 427 more words

Brixton Ritzy staff: “Please, sir, may I have some more?” Bosses: “You’re fired.”

Next time you see one of those nicey-nicey adds for Picturehouse Cinemas that run before every screening, with smiling staff tending to enraptured patrons over Stuart Hancock’s beautiful and elegiac score, you have my permission to vomit into your box of overpriced popcorn. 312 more words