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Discover Tuesdays: Harmonium – Tuesday 30 May
Discover Tuesdays

Discover Tuesdays: Harmonium – Tuesday 30 May

George Crosthwait previews today’s Discover Tuesdays presentation of Kōji Fukada’s Harmonium. Winner of the Jury Prize in the Un Certain Regard strand of the 2016 Cannes Film Festival, Harmonium is an alluring and unsettling moral parable that should establish director Kōji Fukada as a major filmmaker. Fukada’s 2013 film, Au revoir l’été, garnered favourable comparisons … Continue reading

Picturehouse Podcast: Michael Dudok de Wit on The Red Turtle
Podcast

Picturehouse Podcast: Michael Dudok de Wit on The Red Turtle

Oscar-winning writer and director Michael Dudok de Wit drops by to talk about his award-winning Studio Ghibli produced feature animation The Red Turtle, in cinemas from 26 May.  If you’re an iPod/iPhone/iPad kind of person, why not subscribe for free via  iTunes and don’t forget to leave a star rating.   Director: Michaël Dudok De Wit. France/Belgium/Japan … Continue reading

The Bolshoi Ballet Live From Moscow
Screen Arts

The Bolshoi Ballet Live From Moscow

For the 8th consecutive year, the Bolshoi Ballet returns to Picturehouse with a season presenting the greatest classics restaged by today’s most celebrated choreographers for a cinema-exclusive experience featuring some of the finest dancers in the world. Members’ priority booking is now open, and tickets go on general sale on Monday 29 May. Adults £22 / Members … Continue reading

Discover Tuesdays: Graduation – Tuesday 23 May
Discover Tuesdays

Discover Tuesdays: Graduation – Tuesday 23 May

Stephen Sambrook from Harbour Lights, Southampton reviews this week’s Discover Tuesdays presentation Graduation. Part character study, part morality play, Graduation focuses on Romeo Aldea (Adrian Titieni), a doctor living in Romania whose frustrations with his country motivate him to provide a better life for his daughter, Eliza. A bright and hardworking student, she is sexually … Continue reading