As part of the combo Picturehouse / Empire 30 – the two-film centred orgs hit the troublesome 30s in the same year and have combined for a multi-season of special flicks to share their celebrations. Hold onto your floatables, because next up is a sci-fi season[Read more…] about May the 4th… Picturehouse / Empire sci-fi season lifts off
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Christmas is around the corner – the perfect time to nestle in to your local cinema with family or friends for some yuletide joy.[Read more…] about Give the love of cinema this Christmas with a special Picturehouse Gift
Evelyn, a documentary by Oscar-winner Orlando von Einsiedel (The White Helmets, Virunga), topped the Observer’s docs to watch out for in Charlie Phillips’ round up of the London film fest. It’s in Exeter, not only to screen but also with added engagement, including a live Q&A with members of the family and film crew, for this deeply personal, deeply affecting story.
Cinema can transport us far beyond our wildest imagination, says the blurb for some new vintage sci-fi screenings at the Picturehouse cinemas, which is why filmmakers have always been obsessed with re-imagining outer space.[Read more…] about Re-imagining outer space with Vintage Sundays at Picturehouses
The Exeter Picturehouse has joined the city’s Studio 74 to offer free cinema tickets as part of National Lottery Cinema Day on Sunday, September 30. Check out if your local screening centre is taking part. Here’s what the Exeter Picturehouse picturepeople say…[Read more…] about Exeter Picturehouse opens its doors with free cinema tickets for National Lottery Cinema Day
We’re thrilled to have heard from the Down to Earth Collective and they’re thrilled that their award-winning documentary, Down to Earth will be released in UK cinemas from September 14. But the good people of Exeter will have to wait till October 3 for Down to Earth to arrive at the Exeter Picturehouse.[Read more…] about A film to ignite change, award-winning documentary Down to Earth to be shown at Exeter Picturehouse
The Exeter-based global Digital Institute for Early Parenthood (DIEP) is hosting a one-off screening at Exeter Picturehouse of the British film The New Man.
Picturehouse Cinemas are introducing Dementia Friendly screenings to 20 of their cinemas across the country, with the aim of making cinema more accessible to local dementia communities.
The repainting and refurbishment of the outside of the Exeter Picturehouse, to coincide with the cinema’s 20th anniversary this October, is now complete.
The Exeter Picturehouse has launched a new film competition especially for its members -or rather, the Picturehouse chain, which includes the Exeter Picturehouse, has launched a film competition for its members.
Customers at the Exeter Picturehouse have received an early Christmas present with the completion of extensive refurbishment work of the cinema’s toilets.
Sky Atlantic, The Sunday Times and Picturehouse Entertainment have got together to simulcast the eagerly anticipated first episode of Game of Thrones at Exeter Picturehouse, Season 5 in line with HBO’s US premiere.
You can’t help but see politics at work in Arthur Miller’s classic play, the Crucible. But if you couldn’t catch see the play in its run at the Old Vic -or you did, and you want to see it again -then you could pop along to the Exeter Picturehouse for a screening.
Wings, a ground-breaking aeronautical flick, which the first film to win an Academy Award for Best Picture in 1929, is at the Exeter Picturehouse as a World War I Centenary Screening.
A new season of opera live in HD from the New York Metropolitan Opera starts on the big screen at the Exeter Picturehouse on Saturday 11 October at 5.55pm with Verdi’s Macbeth.
The National Theatre’s thrilling broadcast of Frankenstein returns to the Exeter Picturehouse for a limited time for Halloween.
Hold onto your hats and get into your seats for a special preview of Richard Ayoade‘s second movie, The Double, at the Exeter Picturehouse, followed by a live satellite Q&A with Richard hosted by Jonathan Ross.
Are you or any of your local friends, family or colleagues Moldovan? If so, Tony Hawks would love to hear from you.
Ran, one of the last films of cinema legend Akira Kurosawa, is loosely based on the King Lear, and getting a one-night only slot at the Exeter Picturehouse.
Exeter’s Shooters in the Pub, the informal chin wag of media and movie types, takes place tonight (Monday, February 7) at the Exeter Picturehouse.
There’s a second chance to see the Phoenix Digital Bursary Films in a special HD screening at the Exeter Picturehouse on Monday, November 15 at 6.30pm.
The opening night of the Exeter Picturehouse after its three-and-a-half week re-fit was a fine affair, though it was a close call to get all in place for the big night, as is usually the case with such projects.
The refurbished Exeter Picturehouse is due to open to the public on Friday, October 8 after a £250,000 refit.
Following on from the success of last year’s Uncomfortable, award-winning Devon filmmakers David Salas and Benjamin Borley are holding an exhibition at Exeter’s Picturehouse cinema to promote their new film Mort-gage, which will premiere at the Two Short Nights festival on Friday, October 22.