Author: Sarah Soliman

Hollywood has spent the past several weeks honoring some of the best films of 2022. Months of campaigns, interviews, red carpets, and awards given out by different guilds, all lead up to film’s big night, the Academy Awards. It’s been an exciting season, and questions remain about who will take home two of the biggest [...]

This Women’s History Month, we wanted to put a spotlight on women working behind the camera. 2022 saw a number of remarkable and moving films directed by women, and there’s a lot to look forward to in 2023. Here are some highlights. Women Talking, Aftersun, All the Beauty and the Bloodshed, Turning Red, and Fire [...]

The Super Bowl is almost upon us, and besides the game and the commercials and the halftime show and the snacks, The Picture House also loves the movies. TPH staff picks our favorite movies (and a tv show) to get you ready for kickoff. Any Given Sunday — Jon Bingham, Operations & Theater Manager Search [...]

“I think Black people have to be in control of their own image because film is a powerful medium. We can’t just sit back and let other people define our existence.” — Spike Lee In February, The Picture House joins the country in celebrating Black History Month the best way we know how, by showcasing [...]

Oscar nominations are out! It’s always gratifying when so many films that played at The Picture House get honored by the Academy, and this year’s exciting, eclectic line-up of ten Best Picture nominees have all screened at TPH — two of them, Women Talking and The Fabelmans, are playing at TPH Bronxville right now, while [...]

With The Fabelmans, the newest film from iconic director Steven Spielberg, now screening at our Bronxville theater, it’s a great time to look back on the filmmaker’s work. World of Reel recently put out a critics poll of the best Spielberg films, and asked friend of The Picture House Marshall Fine to participate. Poll: Over [...]

When it comes to holiday movies, Hanukkah doesn’t fare quite so well as Christmas. There are a handful of Hanukkah movies: Eight Crazy Nights, an animated comedy starring Adam Sandler (the title was taken from Sandler’s “The Chanukah Song”), and The Hebrew Hammer, a blaxploitation-style film in which a Jewish crime fighter must stop an [...]

One of the fall’s biggest blockbusters is sure to be Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, the sequel to 2018’s Black Panther, a film that is widely regarded as the best entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It garnered a Best Picture nomination at the Academy Awards and won Oscars for Best Costume Design, Best Original Score, [...]

Heading into fall, movie lovers know that November and December will bring some of the year’s best films. Festival circuit buzz is in full swing and awards season prognostication gets going in force. This year, one of the best reviewed and most anticipated films is The Banshees of Inisherin, the latest film from Oscar winner [...]

This month is all about German cinema at The Picture House. The weekend of October 21 through October 23 we’re hosting The German Film Festival, and the education department is offering Sunday classes that look at contemporary German films. It’s a great chance for audiences to dive deep into some international cinema, see exciting new [...]