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Vintage Sundays: METROPOLIS 16/11
Staff Review / Vintage Sundays

Vintage Sundays: METROPOLIS 16/11

Frances Taylor, office manager at Picturehouse HQ, looks forward to this weekend’s Vintage Sundays feature, Fritz Lang’s METROPOLIS In a far off 2026, a city rises majestically, sporting towers and spires. The rich inhabitants take jaunts to stadiums and beautiful gardens. Underneath the concrete veneer, in the bowels of the city, a massive and hidden … Continue reading

BICYCLE Wheels On!
Interview

BICYCLE Wheels On!

Interviews with cycling Olympians such as Chris Hoy and Dannielle Khan, and fascinating accounts of the historical and technical development of the pedalling machine and its effect on society, are key elements in BAFTA-winning director Clifford’s infectiously enthusiastic homage to the BICYCLE. Pip Piper, from Blue Hippo Media, talks about the film which recently toured Picturehouse … Continue reading

Discover Tuesdays: ALL THIS MAYHEM 21/10
Discover Tuesdays / Staff Review

Discover Tuesdays: ALL THIS MAYHEM 21/10

John-Paul Pierrot, Marketing Executive at Picturehouse, takes a look at today’s Discover Tuesdays presentation of skateboarding documentary ALL THIS MAYHEM. Charting the meteoric rise of the Pappas brothers – two Australian street urchins who took the world of professional skateboarding by storm in the ’90s – ALL THIS MAYHEM is a frenzied cautionary tale of … Continue reading

Picturehouse Podcast: GONE GIRL and ’71
New Release / Podcast

Picturehouse Podcast: GONE GIRL and ’71

Sam and Simon are back from holiday and catch up with David Fincher’s GONE GIRL and the action-packed ’71 starring previous pod-guest Jack O’Connell. If you’re an iPod/iPhone/iPad kind of person, why not subscribe for free via  iTunes.  Tickets for RUN FOR YOUR WIFE at Hackney Picturehouse on 5 December are available via ourscreen here.  Continue reading

Discover Tuesdays: WAKOLDA 14/10
Discover Tuesdays / Staff Review

Discover Tuesdays: WAKOLDA 14/10

Lindsay Harvey, Marketing Admistrator at Picturehouse, previews today’s Discover Tuesday presentation of Lucía Puenzo’s WAKOLDA. Adapted from director Lucía Puenzo’s own factually inspired novel, WAKOLDA treads a fine line somewhere between a suspense thriller and a delicately atmospheric art film. Based on the true story of Nazi geneticist Josef Mengele’s time hiding in Argentina to escape the Israeli agents … Continue reading

BFI London Film Festival at Hackney Picturehouse
Hackney Picturehose / London Film Festival

BFI London Film Festival at Hackney Picturehouse

London Film Festival programmer, Kate Taylor – AKA @SheShark – tells us about the LFF cinematic gems we can look forward to at the Hackney Picturehouse The BFI London Film Festival is coming to Hackney Picturehouse. Over the course of eleven days, from 8 to 18 October, a sizeable selection from the LFF’s 200-plus line-up … Continue reading

Discover Tuesdays: WATERMARK 7/10
Discover Tuesdays / Duke of York's Picturehouse / Duke's @ Komedia / Staff Review

Discover Tuesdays: WATERMARK 7/10

Toby King, Marketing Manager at Duke of York’s and Dukes at Komedia, takes a look at today’s Discover Tuesdays presentation of WATERMARK Water! Water! Water! From CHINATOWN to THERE WILL BE BLOOD to Kevin Costner’s (underappreciated and misunderstood) WATERWORLD, humans’ relationship with this lifeblood has always been a draw for filmmakers and storytellers. As it should … Continue reading