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Discover Tuesdays: Life Of Riley 26/5

Margarita Georgitseas, Office Manager at Picturehouse HQ, takes an inside look at this week’s Discover Tuesdays title.

Alain Resnais’s last film before his death at 91,  446 more words

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Discover Tuesdays: LAMBERT AND STAMP 19/5

Laura Young, Duty Manager at Stratford-upon-Avon Picturehouse, anticipates today’s Discover Tuesdays presentation of Lambert and Stamp

This fascinating documentary explores the relationship between Kit Lambert and Chris Stamp, two young men who dreamed of making films together. 341 more words

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Brief notes on LAMBERT & STAMP for the Picturehouse Blog

The documentary explores the relationship between Kit Lambert and Chris Stamp, two young men who dreamed of making films together, and decided the best way to get into the business would be to find a new rock band and film their rise to fame. 293 more words

Eschewing Community Chest

Southampton is fairly generously served with cinemas and screens, and further options exist a short way off in Winchester (and a new cinema is apparently being constructed).   1,036 more words

Discover Tuesdays: THE BEAT BENEATH MY FEET 12/5

Margarita Georgitseas, office manager at Picturehouse HQ, gives us her thoughts on this week’s Discover Tuesdays presentation The Beat Beneath My Feet.

Awkward high school loner Tom (Nicholas Galitzine) wants to be a rock legend, but he can’t seem to get over his crippling stage fright, or come to terms with his mother’s bitter hatred of the music scene to which they lost his deadbeat dad years ago. 309 more words

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Discover Tuesdays: GERMAN CONCENTRATION CAMPS FACTUAL SURVEY 5/5

Following the original filmmakers’ directions and drawing on seventeen hours of rushes, the Imperial War Museum restored and completed the film German Concentration Camps Factual Survey… 1,911 more words

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Discover Tuesdays: BLIND 28/4

Emma Townley, Marketing Manager at Harbour Lights, takes a look at today’s Discover Tuesdays presentation. 

Norwegian director Eskil Vogt’s drama Blind is an absorbing and subtle dark comedy, full of wry humour. 283 more words

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