Month: October 2020

October is my favorite time of year at The Picture House – and normally our busiest. Fall Film Club gets underway and we get to watch advance screenings of some Oscar-worthy films as well as amazing documentaries that may go unnoticed in the busy fall movie release season. But what I love the most about October is [...]

Last weekend, Governor Cuomo announced a reopening date of October 23rd for movie theaters in parts of New York State and on Tuesday the guidelines for opening were issued in detail. While we will not be opening on the 23rd, we are thrilled that there is finally a path forward. The guidelines are extensive and comprehensive – and we want to [...]

The Picture House took center stage last weekend as reporters from WNBC NY, News 12, and Fox 5 visited our historic theater to interview Director of Programming Clayton Bushong about the reopening news. We were so pleased to be featured and thank all of these outlets for helping spread the good news about the reopening [...]

Last week at The Picture House Film Club with Marshall Fine, the topic was the first film produced by The Atlantic, White Noise. Our guest was director Daniel Lombroso, who, as a reporter for the Atlantic, spent four years reporting on and filming the alt-right. His stories of filming solo in groups of white supremacists were frightening (Lombroso is [...]

We’re pleased to announce that for the FIRST time ever we’ll be opening our sold-out Film Club with Marshall Fine to the general public. While the closure of the theater has posed many challenges over the past six months, it has also given us the flexibility to open Film Club to a wider audience as [...]