The four-screen Picturehouse cinema is the place to go if you want to see art house, independent, foreign and even mainstream ... More
The four-screen Picturehouse cinema is the place to go if you want to see art house, independent, foreign and even mainstream films in Cambridge; there is nearly always a special film season or festival going on. The cinema itself is modern and plush, and has its own bar where the arty set discusses Bergman and Almodóvar. The cinema is also a great place to start a night out, with an endless row of pubs and restaurants on both sides. A membership entitles guests to discounted tickets and special previews. For more details, call +44 871 902 5720
I think the screens and general quality of viewing is quite good. It has a fantastic atmosphere but it could improve in the choice of classical pictures it occasionaly shows for instances exhibit pictures of Orson Wells, Eisenstein, some of King Vidor's, more of Ingmar Bergman and Fellini's it could also show films by Dryer, Visconti and John Ford. Trying not to exhibit only the most well known of the respective director's there are other fantastic films which some times might no be the most well (eg. The magic flute by Bergman).
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