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Flick's Flicks December 2015

This month on Flick’s Flicks we have a really excellent, diverse and not in the least bit Christmassy bunch of movies. We will start with a tale of harsh farming life in pre-World War I Scotland from Terence Davies.

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Discover Tuesdays: Love Is The Perfect Crime 24/11

The first of two blogs about this week’s Discover Tuesdays screening, French thriller Love Is The Perfect CrimeElena Lazic from Hackney Picturehouse kicks things off…  383 more words


Picturehouse Podcast: Brooklyn, Tangerine and He Named Me Malala

Sam and Simon review Brooklyn and He Named Me Malala. The boys are also joined by director Sean Baker and star Mya Taylor to discuss… 45 more words


The Value of Cinema

I found this whilst tidying up an old laptop – I think this was for a student newspaper in aid o supporting the Arts Picturehouse that was under threaten of closure, but for some reason it never got used.

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Palio – available on digital 6 Nov and on DVD 9 Nov

Cosima Spender’s fascinating glimpse into one of the world’s most spectacular horse races is now available to pre-order on DVD and iTunes.

The Palio is the oldest horse race in the world, and turns the Italian city of Siena into a high-stakes battleground of strategy, intrigue, and simmering machismo. 119 more words


I scream, you scream, we all scream for Big Scream!

Yesterday we took a trip to Big Scream at one of our favourite haunts, Cinema City in Norwich.

Big Scream is quite a genius offering – parents, babies, the latest films and free tea and pastries, all in the beautiful surroundings of the oldest independent art house cinema. 389 more words


Picturehouse Podcast: Benicio Del Toro and Carey Mulligan

Special mini-Picturehouse Podcast during the London Film Festival. Sam talks to actors Benicio Del Toro and Carey Mulligan about the new films Sicario and Suffragette… 29 more words