Author: Sarah Soliman

With summer camp at The Picture House coming up in August, we’ve been thinking about some of our favorite camp movies! Get in a summer mood (while staying cool indoors) with these staff picks! Meatballs (PG) — Clay Bushong, Director of Programming & Business Development No movie says summer camp more than Meatballs. Marking both [...]

It’s almost time to grab Mjolnir and fly like lightning over to The Picture House for Thor: Love and Thunder, opening July 8 at both Bronxville and Pelham. The last installment, Thor: Ragnarok is almost universally considered to be the best of the Thor films, but I would go further — it’s actually my favorite [...]

This Pride Month, bring the whole family together to celebrate the joy of being true to oneself! These films are great choices to watch year-round, but during Pride Month they are also a reminder of why Pride exists — so that everyone, young and old, can be themselves, experience love, and find joy. There have [...]

Between opening a second location and our May member drive there are a lot of new people to welcome to the TPH community! We want to make sure you get the most out of your TPH experience, that any questions you might have are answered, and that you know where to go if new questions [...]

May is Jewish American Heritage Month. The history of Hollywood is full of examples of Jewish people who started studios (hello, Samuel Goldwyn and Louis B. Mayer) or had other key roles in production, directing, screenwriting, and more. Books like An Empire of Their Own by Neal Gabler and Hollywood’s Chosen People: The Jewish Experience [...]

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, and something to celebrate this month is the number of excellent films by and about the AAPI community that have come out in recent years. There’s Jon M. Chu’s lavish blockbuster romance Crazy Rich Asians, Lulu Wang’s The Farewell, about an American-raised woman wrestling with familial [...]

This Women’s History Month, we’re honoring the many women behind the camera who are a vital part of film history. Throughout March, The Marquee has highlighted an array of women filmmakers whose contributions to cinema have been vital and unique. As March comes to a close, let’s look at what the future has in store. [...]

This Women’s History Month, we’re honoring the many women behind the camera who are a vital part of film history. In the past two weeks, The Marquee has covered women filmmakers who influenced the medium in its infancy and women filmmakers who are doing groundbreaking work all over the world. This week, we’re highlighting a [...]

It’s Women’s History Month, and here on The Marquee, we’re spending the month focusing on women filmmakers. We love the big names: Sofia Coppola, Jane Campion, Agnès Varda, Ava DuVernay, Kathryn Bigelow, Mira Nair, Nancy Meyers, whose films run the gamut from documentary to art house to popular rom-coms, but this series of blog posts [...]

In 2021, the winner of the Cannes Film Festival’s top prize, the Palme d’Or, was Titane, from French director Julia Ducournau. This was the first time since 1993, when Jane Campion’s The Piano shared the Palme with Farewell My Concubine, that a film directed by a woman won the festival. Earlier last year, at the [...]