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TPH Film Club

The Picture House Film Club is a surprise every week! your subscription consists of tickets to six screenings – on Tuesdays in Bronxville and Wednesdays in Pelham – giving subscribers the opportunity to see six wonderful films and be involved in post-screening discussions. The names of the films and special guests are an exciting surprise, not known to the audience until they arrive at the theater! See previous Film Club movies and guests below.

Subscriptions to Film Club are open to members of The Picture House. This exclusive benefit gives members access to films before they are released for the general public and a chance to see Q&As with industry insiders. Learn about the benefits of a Picture House membership.

TPH is excited to welcome Stephen J. Whitty back for a new season as Film Club Host. The film critic at The Star-Ledger for nearly two decades, Stephen Whitty has also written for Entertainment Weekly, The New York Daily News, Cosmopolitan, Stanford Magazine, and The Minetta Review, among many others. He has profiled some of cinema’s most influential figures including Steven Spielberg, Peter O’Toole, and Judi Dench and is the author of The Alfred Hitchcock Encyclopedia

Questions about Film Club? Email filmclub@thepicturehouse.org.


The Picture House Film Club Bronxville — Fall 2022
Inaugural Season!

The Fall 2022 season dates are November 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 and December 6.

Doors open at 7:00 pm, and the film begins at 7:30 pm.

The Picture House Film Club Pelham — Fall 2022

Every Wednesday for six weeks in October and November, we screened new films, followed by conversations with some of the film industry’s biggest players. In fall 2022 we were joined by:

Filmmaker Mye Hoang, Cat Daddies

Filmmaker Michael Grandage (via Zoom), My Policeman

Filmmaker James Gray, Actors Banks Repeta and James Webb (via Zoom), Armageddon Time

Filmmaker Florian Zelle (via Zoom), The Son

Actress Dalya Knapp, She Said


The Picture House Film Club Pelham — Spring 2022
What We Saw

Every Wednesday for six weeks in May and June, we screened new films, followed by conversations with some of the film industry’s biggest players. In spring 2022 we were joined by:

Filmmaker Audrey Diawn, Actress Anamaria Vartolomei (via Zoom), Happening

Filmmakers Scott McGehee and David Siegel, Montana Story

Producer Tia Wou, Hold Your Fire

Filmmaker Craig Roberts (via Zoom), The Phantom of the Open

Filmmaker Chloe Okuno, Watcher


The Picture House Film Club Pelham — Winter 2022

Every Wednesday for six weeks in February and March, we screened new films, followed by conversations with some of the film industry’s biggest players. In winter 2022 we were joined by:

Filmmaker Bille August (via Zoom), The Pact

Filmmaker Stephanie Laing (via Zoom), Family Squares

Filmmaker Liza Hurwitz (via Zoom), The Automat

Producer Mark Monroe, Lucy and Desi

Steven Goldberg, of the Holocaust and Human Rights Education Center and Ram Roth, nephew of the film subject, I Am Here

Filmmaker Graham Moore (via Zoom), The Outfit


The Picture House Film Club Pelham — Fall 2021

Every Wednesday for six weeks in October and November, we screened new films. For five of those screenings hosted an intimate conversation with some of the film industry’s biggest players. In fall 2021 we were joined by:

Producer Mridu Chandra, Becoming Cousteau

Director/Writer Amy Koppelman, A Mouthful of Air

Directors/Writers/Actors Jim Cummings and PJ McCabe (via Zoom), The Beta Test

Director/Writer Rebecca Hall, Passing

Actor Molly Webster, C’mon C’mon


The Picture House Film Club Pelham — Winter 2021

Every Wednesday for six weeks in February and March, we hosted an intimate Zoom conversation with some of the film industry’s biggest players.  This Winter we were joined by:  

Director Azazel Jacobs, French Exit

Director/Actor Viggo Mortensen and Actor Lance Henricksen, Falling

Director Kevin Macdonald, The Mauritanian

Director Nick Jarecki, Crisis

Director Philippe Falardeau and Author Joanna Rakoff, My Salinger Year

Director Epsen Sandberg, Amundsen


Fall 2020 Film Club

Every Wednesday for six weeks in October and November, we hosted an intimate Zoom conversation with some of the film industry’s biggest players.  This fall we were joined by:  

Daniel Lombroso, White Noise

Joe Mantegna, Things Change

Joe Mantello, Brian Hutchison, and Robin de Jesus, The Boys in the Band

George Gallo, The Comeback Trail

Sam Bisbee, Farewell Amor

Dana Nachman, Dear Santa


Spring 2020 Film Club

Every Wednesday for six weeks in May and June, we hosted an intimate Zoom conversation with some of the Film Industry’s biggest players.  This spring we were joined by:  

Paul Giamatti, The Illusionist

Rod Lurie, The Contender

Todd Lieberman, The Muppets

Griffin Dunne, Joan Didion: The Center Will Not Hold

Greg Berlanti, The Broken Hearts Club, A Romantic Comedy

John Hamburg, Safe Men


ABOUT FILM CLUB

There are three seasons for Film Club: Fall, Winter, and Spring. Subscribers to each season see six films, usually titles that have yet to open, with the occasional classic thrown in.