Month: April 2021

As we reflect on 100 years of making movie memories, we want to know, what’s your Picture House story?  At The Picture House we often talk about the magic of the movies, but what exactly is that magic? Is it the smell of the popcorn, the anticipation of the big screen flickering to life, and [...]

Just a little more from our instructor, Will Tiao, on his film Formosa Betrayed, and how he sees film playing a role in our current social climate. (The class is filling up and space is limited, so be sure to register soon — class begins May 6th.) What motivated you to write/act/produce Formosa Betrayed?  Formosa [...]

“We’re losing something obvious. One another.” Wesley Morris, The New York Times Tonight is the night the film industry looks forward to all year – Oscar Night. The glitz and glitter will no doubt be subdued but one thing remains the same – the best films – like this year’s Academy Award nominees – transport [...]

To help you get prepared for Earth Day on April 22, Picture House Director of Programming Clayton Bushong put together this Top Ten List of Movies to Celebrate Earth Day. These films are available on a variety of streaming services. There’s something for everyone, so forward this to friends and family and let us know [...]

In May, we celebrate Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month. We celebrate this while we are seeing a rise in hate crimes against Asian Americans across the country. So, as much as it is a celebration of some of the many cultures that knit together the fabric of this country, it’s also an opportunity for [...]

“Curating is an act of generosity—you’re sharing what you love and what has inspired you.” Martin Scorcese  We recently kicked-off our year-long Centennial celebration and were thrilled to honor TPH critic-in-residence Marshall Fine with the Lifetime Achievement Award at our annual Marquee Night (view the video HERE). Through the years, Marshall has taken audiences on a journey [...]

Although the pandemic is far from over, the combination of a successful vaccine roll-out and signs of spring have conspired to turn our thoughts to the future and to recovery, especially economic recovery.  I share the view that the key to restarting the Westchester economy is getting consumers out and about again safely — and [...]