Author: Amy Cole

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 [...]

“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 [...]

“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 [...]

On Friday, March 5th, nearly a year after closing the theater due to the pandemic, we happily reopened our doors and welcomed back movie lovers with two new films: Raya and the Last Dragon in our Main Hall and One Night in Miami in our Screening Room. Both movies have significant and timely cultural relevance in their own right and [...]

There’s something exciting about being the first to know, having an insider’s view, getting that first look. For years, The Picture House has been sharing advance screenings of films with curious movie-goers, followed by an engaging discussion and Q&A with a guest from the film. Directors, actors, producers, screenwriters—from future filmmakers to legendary luminaries—we’ve been fortunate [...]