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Picturehouse Podcast: Elle, Logan, The Love Witch and A Silent Voice

Sam and Simon take a look at some new cinema releases this March, including: Certain Women, Logan, Elle, The Love Witch and A Silent Voice. Simon also gives us a rundown of his very first 4DX cinema experience… 84 more words


Feature: Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars lands back in UK cinemas and is an absolute must-see

Originally published on The National Student on 06/03/17. 

The classic Bowie concert film from renowned filmmaker D. A. Pennebaker is shooting back into UK cinemas for one night only, and is well worth the trip out.  465 more words

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Picturehouse Podcast: Fences with Viola Davis

We’re delighted to be joined by Viola Davis for a quick chat about her BAFTA-winning Best Supporting Actress role in Fences. In cinemas now. 155 more words


George Best: All by Himself (dir. Daniel Gordon) 2016

If you are enough of a George Best fan to come and see this film, the chances are that it is not going to tell you anything that you didn’t already know about him. 135 more words


Toni Erdmann: What The Critics Say

Of all the films that screened at last year’s Cannes Film Festival, none garnered more excitement (or laughs) than Maren Ade’s hilarious comedy Toni Erdmann… 285 more words


Meanwhile indoors...

The Canary Wharf Winter Lights Festival runs for only two more nights (Thursday 26 and Friday 27 January 2017). If, like me, coughs, runny noses and disturbed nights’ sleep have so far prevented you from braving the fantastically atmospheric (but blummin’ cold) freezing fog, you might be interested in a toddler-friendly event that takes place… 245 more words