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Picturehouse Central; a projectionists-eye view

Work is making good progress ahead of the opening of Picturehouse Central in June. With 4K digital cinema and 70mm film projection capabilities and a Dolby Atmos sound system being installed the project has been a big challenge for Picturehouses’ Head of Technical Operations Geoff Newitt but will wield extraordinary results: watching a film at Picturehouse Central will be an unique experience. 1,739 more words

Film

Picturehouse Exclusive: THE CONNECTION - Clip

Watch an exclusive clip from The Connection, released in cinemas on Friday 29 May.

Marseille, 1975. Young investigating magistrate Pierre Michel has just come from Metz with his wife and children, and has been assigned to deal with organised crime. 91 more words

Film

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

Picturehouse Pop-Up returns to Stratford-upon-Avon

Stratford-upon-Avon Picturehouse presents two weekends of outdoor screenings on the riverside lawn at Avon Boating Boathouse, Swan’s Nest Lane. The lawns, which run down to the beautiful River Avon, boast stunning views of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and historic Clopton Bridge. 513 more words

Cinema

The IndieRound Up #1: Budgeting a £1M feature, Stanley Kubrick's Shining Treatment, Plot Holes explained, and more

We’re beta testing a new feature, the (not so?) cleverly titled IndieRound Up, where we aim to showcase a handful of stories from around the internet which we hope are of interest to you. 267 more words

Raindance

Wednesday, 6th May 2015

I go to see Far from the Madding Crowd – having never read the book – at the newly opened Picturehouse cinema in East Dulwich. 64 more words

Journal

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

Film