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Music for 2014 - PictureHouse

PictureHouse recently reformed after a ten year break. They released three studio albums during the period 1996-2003 and enjoyed great success touring with the likes of… 101 more words

Get Ready To Rock!

Screening THIS Sunday!

Liverpool International Music Festival 
Screening THIS Sunday.

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Trailer: The Guest

It’s Bloggin’ Evil doesn’t always have to be about serial killers, monsters, or the supernatural. Sometimes just people make the evil list. Picturehouse released a full trailer of just that – “The Guest” – which you could probably take an educated guess who is the evil person. 80 more words

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Hot Trailer: Dan Stevens In 'The Guest'

Downton Abbey‘s Dan Stevens is a seemingly well-intentioned Iraq vet who visits the grieving family of his fallen war buddy in action-horror-thriller The Guest… 57 more words

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SLOW SUNDAY @ THE RITZY ARAF COLLECTIVE LONDON MAGAZINE LAUNCH | Ritzy Picturehouse | London

SLOW SUNDAY @ THE RITZY ARAF COLLECTIVE LONDON MAGAZINE LAUNCH | Ritzy Picturehouse | London.

 On the last afternoon in August (Sunday 31st, 1-4pm) I will be reading some poems and will be in conversation with Hazel Atashroo from ARAF Collective and Douglas Parker, Brixton photographer, about his two new photography books, ‘Love Letters from Brixton’ and ‘Postcards from Brixton’,  for which I was commissioned to write poems to accompany the photographs. 39 more words

Picturehouse manager talks scheduling around Boyhood and Transformers

At the beginning of July, two films were released in the UK. One was Richard Linklater’s twelve-year odyssey Boyhood, which has been hailed as a landmark of American cinema. 497 more words

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Picturehouse Podcast: DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES and FINDING VIVIAN MAIER

Sam and Simon emerge from a post-apocalyptic San Francisco to talk about DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES and delve into a box of unprocessed negatives with the hope of   20 more words

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