Month: September 2021

Fall — my favorite time of the year. The cool crisp air, apple cider donuts, and new movie trailers!  No matter the season, one of my all-time favorite things to do is watch previews. A movie trailer is a sales pitch like no other, and it gets me every time. The only comparison to the satisfaction [...]

On Tuesday, September 28th, Senior Cinema returns to The Picture House with The Eyes of Tammy Faye, starring Academy Award nominees Jessica Chastain and Andrew Garfield! The highly-popular program — made possible in part by a grant from ConEdison — offers seniors a free matinee on Tuesday afternoons, providing a great way to connect with [...]

This summer The Picture House was pleased to host summer camps in our theaters once again. It was a welcome sight to see busy students exercising their creativity and making films together after a year away. Campers in our Movie Making program wrote, acted in, and directed The Prince, the Princess, and the Portals, an [...]

Like the rest of our national holidays, Labor Day gives us a much-appreciated Monday off. It might be our most important reprieve from work, given that Labor Day honors the American worker, especially those who fought for the eight-hour work day and the creation of the weekend. So what better way to spend this hard-won [...]