By PICTUREHOUSE CINEMAS LTD
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Picturehouse Recommends is a fully interactive quarterly film and arts magazine showcasing some must-see films and events coming up at Picturehouse Cinemas. Each issue includes in-depth film previews (both quality mainstream and art-house), trailers, and interviews with A-list directors and actors, alongside highlights from our Screen Arts presentations. If you are as obsessed by films as we are, this magazine should not be missed.
What's New in Version 4
What’s New In This Issue
La La Land – director Damien Chazelle on the must-see film of 2017
Tom Hanks – on playing real life pilot Sully and his love of flight simulators
Tom Ford – the director of Nocturnal Animals discusses the writing process
David Oyelowo – on getting A United Kingdom to the screen
J.A. Bayona – the director talks A Monster Calls
Reviews/Previews – showcasing the best in the next three months’ film releases including: Elle, Denial, Manchester By The Sea, The Birth Of A Nation, Assassin’s Creed, Life Animated, Paterson, The Innocents, Loving, Jackie, Bleed For This and 20th Century Women
Discover Tuesdays – whether it’s a cult classic, an art-house gem or a riveting documentary, there will always be a chance to see something different in our weekly stand. Find out what’s coming up over the next few months
Screen Arts – A look at the new season from the Royal Shakespeare Company plus there’s a full list of what we have to offer from NT Live, Royal Opera House, New York Met Opera and the Bolshoi Ballet
A free printed version of this magazine is also available in Picturehouse Cinemas
This is a baffling up. Baffling, because if I had designed it it would be a valuable and fully interactive front of house app, which would sell you a ticket and show you a trailer etc etc. Instead of this it's a meaningless app which offers you some sort of subscription to a magazine – which is useless on today's Internet. When you download the app and subscribe to the magazine all it shows you is a blank page! Coupled with this is the on-screen warning which says that the developer needs to upgrade and prevent the app from slowing down the iPad! An opportunity badly missed from this London based chain of cinemas which obviously engaged a 12-year-old to 'design' this rubbish. Shame.
Navigation is intuitive and trailers and clips are easy to select. Would like to be able to get it on my iPhone 6+ (it's available for iPad mini) but seemingly it can't be done.
A waste of time
This App does not work. I have downloaded and deleted and reinstalled so many times I have lost count. All I get is a blank screen. Not a good advertisement for this Cinema chain. It would appear the last update was 2014 and doesn't it show.