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Emily | Picturehouse Recommends

Whether it’s Laurence Olivier smouldering to Oscar-worthy effect at Merle Oberon in 1939 or Tom Hardy wrestling with his Byronic wig as Heathcliff in the popular 2009 TV version, there’s certainly no shortage of screen adaptations when it comes to literary classic Wuthering Heights.

Decision To Leave | Picturehouse Recommends

One of South Korea’s most revered filmmakers, Park Chan-wook has a vast filmography spanning 30 years and 11 films. Revenge thriller Oldboy and vampire drama Thirst secured his status as a master of macabre, visually arresting cinema, and his John le Carré television adaptation The Little Drummer Girl (starring Florence Pugh and Alexander Skarsgård) received rave reviews.

The Banshees Of Inisherin | Picturehouse Recommends

Martin McDonagh always promises the unexpected. What’s surprising when you watch The Banshees Of Inisherin, his first film since the Oscar-nominated Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri five years ago, is that it’s both a reunion and the story of a break-up.

Tori And Lokita | Picturehouse Recommends

Over the last 25 years, Belgian filmmaking brothers Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne have carved out a distinctive niche for themselves in the annals of world cinema, with their moving, gripping and powerful studies of western Europe’s underclass.