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Human Rights Watch Film Festival 2017
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Human Rights Watch Film Festival 2017

    Picturehouse Central is delighted to welcome this year’s Human Rights Watch Film Festival. Andrea Holley, Strategic Director of the HRWFF gives a preview of the lineup. In this year’s edition of the Human Rights Watch Film Festival, we have selected 16 topical and provocative feature documentaries that grapple with the challenges of defending … Continue reading

Discover Tuesdays: Tanna – Tuesday 21 February
Discover Tuesdays

Discover Tuesdays: Tanna – Tuesday 21 February

Emma Bailey, Marketing Manager at the City Screen, York previews this week’s Discover Tuesdays presentation Tanna. Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, Tanna is the first feature film shot entirely in Vanuatu, a South Pacific archipelago made up of 83 islands of volcanic origin. Documentary filmmaker Bentley Dean first got the … Continue reading

Kickin’ Ass: Middle-Aged Women On Screen
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Kickin’ Ass: Middle-Aged Women On Screen

Jo Blair, Senior Programmer & Arts Manager at Picturehouse, previews Kickin’ Ass: Middle-Aged Women On Screen a special season coming to Picturehouse Central, London’s West End and Duke of York’s, Brighton. “The technological drive towards photography and film had always been animated by the aspiration to preserve the fleeting instability of reality and the passing … Continue reading

Discover Tuesdays: LoveTrue – Tuesday 14 February
Discover Tuesdays

Discover Tuesdays: LoveTrue – Tuesday 14 February

Kirsty Jones, Marketing Manager at the Hackney Picturehouse previews this week’s Discover Tuesdays presentation LoveTrue. It’s the most romantic time of the year, so why not settle down to a documentary about love? Israeli-American director Alma Har’el takes the subject on in her latest documentary, LoveTrue. But don’t be fool by its title – this … Continue reading