New Release

Paterson Day: Sunday 20 November


Exclusive Paterson poster for Picturehouse Cinemas.

“A treasure for years to come” ★★★★★ – Tim Robey, The Telegraph


We’ve teamed up with Soda Pictures to bring Picturehouse audiences special previews of Jim Jarmusch’s new film Paterson (15) on Sunday 20 November, ahead of it’s general release on Friday 25 November. We’ll be celebrating with live poetry performances in the cinemas, DVD goodies to give away and cupcakes available at the kiosk to take into the screening. Please check your local cinema for full details. 

Director: Jim Jarmusch. Starring: Adam Driver, Golshifteh Farahani. USA 2016. 118 mins.

Paterson chronicles a week in the homespun life of a bus driver poet from Paterson, New Jersey, whose daily journeys are both physical and existential. Jim Jarmusch’s follow-up to Only Lovers Left Alive is a celebration of the small wonders woven into the fabric of everyday existence.

“Jim Jarmusch’s new film is a delight”  ★★★★ – Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

Paterson, Sunday 20 November

  • Cinema City, Norwich – 5.30pm
  • The Gate Notting Hill – 5.30pm
  • Hackney Picturehouse – 6.00pm
  • East Dulwich Picturehouse – 2.30pm
  • City Screen, York – 5.50pm
  • Duke of York’s Picturehouse, Brighton – 9.00pm
  • Greenwich Picturehouse – 8pm
  • The Cameo, Edinburgh – 8.30pm
  • Crouch End Picturehouse – 6.20pm
  • Picturehouse Central, London – 3.30pm
  • Phoenix Picturehouse, Oxford – 6.00pm
  • Picturehouse at FACT, Liverpool – 3.30pm
  • Clapham Picturehouse – 3.00pm

“A pleasure to get lost in” – Total Film

“A fresh new masterpiece for our present decade” – The Film Stage

Paterson opens across the UK on 25 November.

Read about it in the new issue of Picturehouse Recommends.

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