Author: Amy Cole

The holidays are upon us and after being apart from friends and family, many of us will reunite with loved ones, revisiting beloved traditions while making new memories. At The Picture House, we’ll be getting into the festive spirit with the reprise of some of our favorite annual traditions and the addition of a new [...]

This past Thursday, we celebrated Earth Day, as we have in years past, with a free community screening of a movie addressing an important environmental issue in partnership with local non-profit organizations. This year, we teamed up with our friends from EcoPel and the Rotary Club to invite the public to watch Kiss the Ground, [...]

Long holiday weekends like the Fourth of July are perfect for lazy days spent catching up with friends and family and nights that are made for movies. Whether you’re beating the heat in the cool, new air conditioning at The Picture House, streaming a family favorite at home, or maybe even setting up a make-shift [...]

The Picture House joins others around the world in celebrating Pride Month and with it the LBGTQ+ community. While Hollywood has been painfully slow in telling the stories of LBGTQ+ people, there have been some notable exceptions in recent years with movies like Moonlight, Call Me By Your Name, and Carol finding critical acclaim and wide recognition. Unarguably, more progress [...]

After a year of delays and setbacks, Hollywood is ready to roar back to the big screen. Memorial Day is the unofficial start of summer and with it comes parades, barbecues with family and friends, excursions to the beach or pool (if you’re lucky), and for those of us who love movies, the anticipation of [...]

“Embrace those moments when you think you’re in the wrong place at the wrong time … There are so many great stories yet to be told.” — Bird Runningwater At the Picture House’s centennial kick-off celebration, Marquee Night 2021, we were joined by a remarkable slate of impressive honorees and industry luminaries including our Industry Impact Award-winner, [...]

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 [...]